A Magnum Opus is a large and important work of art, regarded as the most important work of a specific artist. In the case of Eric Pollard, the Magnum Opus Ski from Line is his most dialed, refined offering into the freestyle powder skiing world. Designed to provide unrestricted creativity in endlessly deep powder, the Magnum Opus is truly a freeride masterpiece. With a nearly symmetrical shape and flex, the ski conforms to terrain equally riding both forward and backward giving you the ability to get as creative with your turns as you want. Five radii shapes are blended into the sidecut to allow for a variety of shapes while turning to adapt to the needs of the terrain be it through trees or powder fields. The early rise tip only enhances the Magnum Opus's powder surfing abilities while keeping the ski inherently playful in endlessly deep snow. And if that wasn't enough, Pollard hooked the ski up with Line's Early Taper to reduce tail drag and eliminate hooking in powder. With an underfoot width of 124mm, the Magnum Opus was built to float over all the powder pockets you can find on the mountain. This massive footprint rides on a Cloud core which futuristically blends wood and composite materials to create an incredibly lightweight and solid core to take you all over the mountain. To top it all off, bamboo sidwalls offer a durable and responsive edge as you flow through deep turns and carve down steep terrain to draw your own line down the slopes.
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