This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:
The Pandora 94 is a great all-mountain ski! I have skied the Pandora on deeper days, when the snow is super tracked out, and everything in between. In deeper snow, it floats really well and feels pretty surfy - coming from a background in snowboarding, this is something I really appreciate in skis. On tracked out groomed runs it holds an edge well, and is insanely easy to turn. I would highly recommend the Pandora 94 for someone looking for a playful all-mountain ski. I'm 5'8" and ski on the 165cm.
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 94 Description:
Hard-charging women skiers have been unleashing Pandora's box on the mountains since Line debuted the series. For 2019, the new 94 is the most versatile ski in the collection, replacing the Pandora 95. In the new design, you get a lightweight ski that stays strong with carbon and aspen in the build. The technology here blends the best of three worlds: the men's Sick Day series, the old Pandora lineup, and Line's easy-skiing Soulmate skis. These are fairly directional skis, making them more than able to carve at high speeds and rip reliably through moguls. But they also have a tried-and-true rocker profile that makes turning smooth and easy. Taper keeps you on top of wind-blown crust, pocket powder, and chop. This is an excellent ski for intermediate to expert women skiers who like to explore the whole mountain.
2019 Line Pandora 94 Specs: