Shaped by the master himself, the Line Pescado Ski is Eric Pollard's pow-surfing masterwork. Eric's been refining the shape and design of the Pescado for years, and he's finally ready to reveal his vision to the powder skiing community. Inspired by directional snowboards and swallow tail surf boards, the Pescado has a directional shape and swallow tail that increases the effective edge while giving the ski an aggressive feel that will carve deeper and float faster than the twin tip skis Line has been producing since its inception.The directional flex consists of a soft tip that floats through deep pow with ease and eases turn initiation when you're slashing quick turns through tight trees and stacked pillows. The stiffer tail delivers a more powerful feel that demands a more active stance, but rewards those willing to the resist the backseat with powerful and stable turns. The early rise tip only enhances the Pescado's powder-surfing prowess while keeping the ski inherently playful in the deepest conditions. And if that wasn't enough, Pollard hooked the Pescado up with Line's Early Taper to reduce trail drag and eliminate hooking in powder. The dimensions of the Pescado translate to one thing: powder skiing. The huge 125mm waist and mega-wide 158mm tip will keep you afloat whether you're slashing blower pow in Japan or skiing the steep and deep at Baker.
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