Some people go their whole lives looking for that special somebody, but this is your lucky day, because you just found the Line Soulmate 92 Women's Ski. You'll fall in love with its blend of responsiveness, smoothness, and versatility, and it will be your partner in crime as you venture from groomers to the trees to bigger and more distant lines. Line pressed the Soulmate with a long cambered section for hardpack grip, but finished it off with an early-rise tip and slightly raised to tail to improve soft-snow performance and provide a slightly looser feel in powder, so you're not locked into turns. The 5-Cut sidecut helps you make all types of turns at all kinds of speeds, too, so you never feel bored when you're cruising or scared when you're pushing the envelope. A serious relationship is all about heart, and the Soulmate has lots of it. A blend of maple and aspen give the ski a strong, energetic, and reliable feel, while the tapered ThinTips help reduce vibration and chatter and make it easy to initiate turns in soft and hard snow alike. Line also gave the tips a tapered shape to keep them from hooking up and tossing you in soft snow, and finished the Soulmate off with a lightning-quick sintered base to keep your on-snow relationship moving forward even when the terrain gets a little flat.
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