Take this lady out for a day in the deep.

Once you go fat with the Line Elizabeth, you'll never go back. Eric Pollard, one of the first pro skiers to make switch skiing a priority in pow, thought it would be sweet to make a ski that rides like a snowboard in extra-deep fluff. With Line's help, he created the short (172cm) but VERY sweet Elizabeth, a buttery soft but torsionally stiff twintip that floats pow like it’s filled with helium. A snowboard-like sidecut and Line's Real Twintip profile inspires confidence when riding and landing switch in the park or the backcountry. Beefy slantwall construction lends a smooth feel to the Elizabeth on edge, making it far more manageable than its waistline might suggest, and the fatty base and edge provide added durability to this tiny monster.

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For Tele, are they best mounted with boot...

For Tele, are they best mounted with boot center on the alpine mounting position or traditional tele with the pin line nudged forward of center? Tele mounting would put the boot center about 2-3in back from apline mounting.

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Not a skier, Yet!

Great skis, I think. I picked up a pair of these skis in August having never set foot on a ski in my life. On the advice of a very experinced skier whom told me that I need somthing 100+ mm underfoot and AT binding. So picked up these elizabeths(172) and some marker dukes(sm). After searching high and low found som boots (Lange Fluid 80 FR) after learning how to turn on some early season groomer I took these out and loved them. After A few days riding them I can say that they are much more forgiving then the rossi's and 4frnt's I first learned on. They have blasted through cut pow and are very stable speed. I can't wait for an 8+ inch pow day to really see what they can do.

Are these skis good in the trees? i do all...

Are these skis good in the trees? i do all my skiing there pretty much so i wanna know if they are

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Yeah absolutely, enough flotation for pow, short enough to be manageable in tighter spaces...

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:) that makes me very happy

I have a pair of twin tips that I bought...

I have a pair of twin tips that I bought very cheaply there 181cm and I'm about 5'4/5. I get on with them pretty well I usually use them for park and they serve me well. I'm looking however to get a pair of Fatter big mountain/backcountry jibbing skis. I've had a look at these and the Size seems abit more suitable for my height any help or reccomendation would be great, Thanks.

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If you are used to a 181 cm ski I would reccomend the Line Sir Frances Bacon instead, It's 183cm but measures out at 178cm, My son who is 5-6" skis them with no problem at all, and they will do way better in powder/jibbing then the Elizabeth, which I think you will find to short for you after sking 181's.

I need a ski that will do well in Pow and...

I need a ski that will do well in Pow and groomers... Should i go with the Blend or the Elizabeth?

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If you're looking for groomers and not park, go with the blend. If you want park abilities, go with the Elizabeth.

The Blend is narrower, but you can get it in a length longer than 172, so that will compensate a bit. The Elizabeth will have a tighter sidecut for quick carves for the park to cork easier.

How does this ski compare to the Line...

How does this ski compare to the Line Pandora? I like to ski big skis and skied the Pandora, but I am only 5'2", do you think these would ski similar to the Pandora?

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for 2008 the elizabeth and pandora were identical aside from the flex pattern, the pandora being slightly softer. For 2009 the pandora has an extra 5mm in the waist and also has early taper in the tip and tail, while still being softer than the elizabeth. both are super solid skis, if you're looking for more of a true woman's powder ski then go with the pandora, if you're looking for more of a fat park ski then go with the elizabeth.

do the lizzies have early rise early taper...

do the lizzies have early rise early taper construction

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No they don't, they have a low tip and tail for the park but no early rise or taper.

These are kinda wide, 110 in the waist....

These are kinda wide, 110 in the waist. What bindings from would be good for me, I weigh about 130 pounds.

Yoo everybody...I gotta question about...

Yoo everybody...I gotta question about mounting. Should I center mount these or a little bit back??

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All depends on how you like to ski. If you're a directional big mountain kinda guy who dabbles with switch riding and park stuff, it'd be worth it to pull the bindings back a little bit. If you're all freestyle, all the time; drop 'em right in the middle. After skiing several skis with similar shapes as this (Nordica Zero, Volkl Chopstick), I prefer to pull the bindings back at least 5 - 6cm. You can still land and ski switch, no problem, but they're way more nimble feeling and versatile with a shorter tail and longer nose in my opinion. Hope this helps. These are fun!

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The factory mount on these is 1cm back from center I would go there, thats where they ski the best.

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id center mount them because even though they are so fat and look like pow skis, eric pollard designed them to be a park ski. i guess the factory mount is 1cm back from center so that might be a good idea too. try one out, if you dont like it you cam always get them re-mounted

Write your question does it...

Write your question does it compare to the volkl kiku or gotama

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Not really similar at all. Gots/Kikus are pretty stiff, big mountain oriented shred sticks whereas these are more buttery and playful for freestyle skiing.

how does is hold up on rails?

how does is hold up on rails?

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It was designed as a fat park ski, so it will be fine. Backcountry will hate me for saying this but is selling lizzies for $399- right now and bacons for 450-. -- I've tried em' on the park with some griffons and they kick ASS! if youve never tried fat skis before then it'll take some getting used to but they ROCK !?!----------If getboards is cheaper backcountry should do a price match and keep in mind that backcountry has an unlimited return policy.

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the line lizzies destroy all powder. super soft ski that will still hold its own on the groomers. at times it can get a little chattery and noodle out a bit, but the performance in the park and pow will make up for that. support line.

How does this ski compare to the 2007...

How does this ski compare to the 2007 Elizabeth (naked lady graphic)?