Once you take the Line Supernatural 115 Ski out on a day with over a foot of fresh powder, you'll realize that it's the only friend a powderhound needs. At 115mm underfoot, this big-mountain monster loves powder about as much as a chubby third grader loves ice cream sundaes. With its freeride-specific shape, the Supernatural maintains a super playful feel and intuitive nature not found on too many big-mountain skis. All this powder talk may lead you to believe that the Supernatural can't perform on hardpack, but that's just not true, and here's why: Line gave this bomber its Maple Macroblock core, which combines two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen, giving you the solid stability of maple and the lightweight qualities of aspen as you float through pillowy tree lines and charge into powdery bowls. Not stopping there, Line then gave it a Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate. This adds outstanding power to the wood core's buttery-smooth flex, and gives you solid edge hold at speed when you're maching a groomer to get back to that above-the-lift chute that hasn't been open all season. Along the edges, Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall to help absorb vibration and shock for a delightfully smooth ride, even if you're shaking in your boots. Early Rise geometry allows for effortless turn initiation and float when you dive off-piste, while Early Taper in the tail reduces tail drag and hooking in powder. Directional Flex means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns like a champ while a stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at speed.
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