Skiing is all about having fun, so you better hurry up and eat your shreddies, because you're about to be charging a whole lot of vert on the Line Women's Pandora Skis. As Line's premier powder plank, the Pandora is built to surf the deep stuff, yet still rides firmer snow after the mountain gets tracked out. With a 110mm waist and an Early Rise tip profile, you'll find yourself making big sweeping turns down open bowls, maneuvering through chopped-up snow, and carving down corduroy. Plus, the Pandora's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce drag and hooking in soft snow so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow.Boasting Line's Capwall construction, the Pandora blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewalls. Line's engineers gave the Pandora an aspen MacroBlock core featuring aspen underfoot to ensure your turns and landings have a nimble feel and buttery-smooth flex. Thin Tip technology shaves unnecessary weight in the tip and tail, significantly cutting down on tip bounce and swing weight. Other technologies packed into the Pandora are Directional Flex for easy turn initiation and Fivecut geometry for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes.
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Line Pandora 110 Ski - Women's
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