Whether it snowed a foot overnight or the conditions are less than prime, the Line Women's Pandora 95 Ski is designed to be your go-to for the resort. This moderately sized all-mountain ripper will gobble down freshies, blast through chop, and rail down groomers with speed. Styling a 95 mm underfoot and 130 mm in the shovel, the Pandora offers plenty of float for all but the deepest days, but with its traditional camber profile, it'll still be skiing great once the goods are gone by 10 a. m.In order to accommodate for hard-charging ladies who like to tackle a little bit of everything, the Pandora 95 boasts a mega-light aspen core, which is not only resilient but provides just-enough damp without feeling like a ten ton brick attached to your foot. The sidecut of the Pandora is composed of five different turn radii (what Line calls their FiveCut technology), which are blended into one to give the skis an easy-to-turn feel that can only be described as intuitive. Thintip technology shaves 100 grams of weight from the tip and tail, making turn initiation effortless and reducing their overall swing weight. Additionally, the hybrid Capwall construction blends the snappy feel of a cap ski with the power and durability of a full sidewall ski. And, sintered bases mean you won't have to call it a day when you graze a few rocks, and their directional flex delivers a soft and playful tip and a stiff tail for power and stability for when you're arcing big turns back down to the base.
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