An ideal day of skiing starts with some morning turns in deep powder, a post lunch venture into the backcountry, and fast turns on hardpack in the late afternoons. The Line Pandora 104 Ski opens up a new world of shredding potential to achieve that optimal day. Its sparkly, green, marbleized top sheet not only stands out for being feminine without being overly girly, but is also made of a material that sheds the powder you just sped through to keep your skis clean and ready for another run. With a 104mm waist, the Pandora can comfortably take you through any conditions the mountain throws at you. Its Capwall construction gives you the best of both worlds: Cap on the top for a light and playful performance with sidewall over the edges for added precision. The early rise tips keep you above the crud and allow for easy turn imitation so you have plenty of control while you play in powder and corn. The Directional Flex aids in this control by allowing the softer tips to float while the stiffer tail provides power and stability when cruising at high speeds on corduroy. For versatile turns, the Pandora has 5-cut geometry blended into the sidewall that provides you with unlimited turn shapes for creativity down each run.
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Line Pandora 104 Ski - Women's
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