This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:
Without a doubt this is the ultimate powder ski. It is very nimble in nature, making it extremely well fit for the trees and tight turns. In wide open powder, this ski also excels. That oh-so desired feeling of floating on air is easily achieved with this ski underfoot. In near 30" of powder I never once experienced any tip dive with this ski. From floating, to flipping turns in the trees, this is definitely a powder performer.
In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Highlights from the 2019 Line skis lineup:
A Swallow-Tailed (Not Just for) Powder Ski
From snowboards with swallow tails to fat skis with swallow tails to—the 2019 Line Sakana.
The Sakana transposes tech from the fatter (125mm underfoot) Pescado into a narrower, more all-mountain-oriented package. Tails don't lie—the Sakana is certainly optimized to float, float, float in powder. Oh yeah, the tips are 150mm wide.
But Line's goal with the ski is to bring that wild profile into the more popular, versatile, and crowded mid-fat class.
The Sakana is reinforced with carbon and flax in the core and delivers a quick turn ... Continue Reading
2018 Line Pandora 110 Description:
Back for 2018 with an updated topsheet is the Line Pandora 110. Sans structural changes to last years ski, the Pandora 110 continues to be a dominant powder ski for female skiers everywhere. It incorporates the same design as the Sick Day - with a light, nimble feel, the Pandora's geometry makes it even easier to surf pow while maintaining plenty of control on firm snow. Line has applied over a decade of their best powder ski technology into this top of the line ski. If 110mm sounds too wide for you, check out the narrower 95mm version. It has plenty of Early Rise in the tip and tail for an easy to handle surfy feel in powder while maintaining plenty of deep sidecut & a reliable flex for unprecedented control on firm snow. This is by far the most fun, playful, easiest to handle ski in the powder and surprisingly everywhere else on the mountain.
2018 Line Pandora 110 Specs: