In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Line is a brand known for fun, playful skis (minus the Supernatural, of course). So for the 2020 Line skis release, they went all-in on a pair of new models that seem to exemplify the trending "lightweight freeride" category: the Vision 98 and Vision 108. They're light enough to be bonafide touring skis, but they profile as worthy freeride options too. With Triple Hybrid construction, they're Line's latest and greatest.
Read our review of the 2020 Line Vision 108
But wait. There's more. Eric Pollard releases a new ski for 2020 as well, to replace the Mordecai and the Magnum Opus: the Outline 117. It's built with convex base technology, which allows Line to lessen the early rise and tip rocker to increase edge grip and control without sacrificing powder ... Continue Reading
2019 Line Pandora 104 Description:
Hard-charging women skiers have been unleashing Pandora's box on the mountains since Line debuted the series. For 2019, the new 104 is the widest ski in the collection, replacing the Pandora 110. With delightfully tapered tips and tails and a sweet Early Rise profile, plus low camber underfoot and tail rocker, the Pandora 104 profiles as a weapon with mythological power. It blends technology from the men's Sick Day family, the old Pandoras, and Line's easy-skiing Soulmates. You'll find carbon and aspen, which keep the skis light, hella responsive, and strong. Pandora was, according to Greek mythology, the first human woman, created at the command of Zeus. You may not be the first human woman to ski like a goddess...but you'll look like it on the Pandora 104.
2019 Line Pandora 104 Specs: