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Description

Your all-mountain one-ski quiver.

At 105 millimeters underfoot, the all-mountain-hungry Influence 105 Ski steps up as Line's one-ski-quiver for those who like a little bit of everything—everything as long as its fast and steep, that is. Directional flex and a metal matrix reinforcement help this powerful ski heed your every beck and call from deep bowls to frontside hardpack, so get ready to step up your ski game and pull the trigger on the ski-anything Influence 105 ski.
  • Capwall, or a combination of cap and sandwich construction, creates durability and stability underfoot while also cutting weight in the tip and tail
  • Early-rise tips float above pow and variable conditions and make hooking in deep snow a thing of the past
  • Maple wood core, Line's maple Macroblock, creates a dependable flex that charges as hard as you want it to
  • Metal matrix reinforcement makes it so you can turn this ski up to 11 without backing down

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I've been a Influence 105 rider since January. I just love them. They have all I need and want.

The description mentions that this is a...

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The description mentions that this is a directional ski but also says its twin tip… which is it? With all the rocker / camber / twin tip etc variations today a profile picture would be great.

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It is directional in the fact thats its almost purely for skiing forwards. Its twin tip in the fact that the tail is turned up a bit so if you do a bit of messing around going switch you wont hang the tail up on a lil bump or something

i ski snowbird 15 days a year and looking...

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i ski snowbird 15 days a year and looking to make this my 1 ski quiver. thoughts.?.?.? like to charge and make big turns when open but mainly hunt soft snow in the trees. at 5'9" and 170lbs should i get 179 or 186cm?

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I would actually say go for the 186. I am 5'10" 150lbs and I would go for the 186. Its going to give you more of that hard charging big mountain ski feel. It will also help you more in the powder. Go bigger. It will make you an even better skier than you already are.

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get 179. For a 170lb dude, 5' 9", the 179 will be the perfect length. If you like me, 215 lb, 6' then get the longer ones.

With 179 you get the best tree's performance, all the stability you need at high speed and ... it also will fit in your ski rack better.

I have been skiing the Prophet 100 179...

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I have been skiing the Prophet 100 179 with Mkr Griffons for 3 years now and absolutely love them. I have been told that the early-rise skis have less tendancy to wander in tight spots, trees etc. Has anyone skied the Influence 105 that can give a good comparison to the P100?

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I haven't skied the 105 but a early rise on a ski means there is less surface area touching the snow so your ski become's easier too turn as you can see with 18.6 M turning radius which i believe is about a meter or two shorter than the P100 so this ski would be a little bit easier to turn in tight spots.

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I haven't skied the 105 but a early rise on a ski means there is less surface area touching the snow so your ski become's easier too turn as you can see with 18.6 M turning radius which i believe is about a meter or two shorter than the P100 so this ski would be a little bit easier to turn in tight spots.

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Like collin said they would be easier to ski in the trees. I also believe they are a little bit stiffer than the p100. Making this a good big mountain ski.

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I have been skiing the Prophet 100 179...

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I have been skiing the Prophet 100 179 with Mkr Griffons for 3 years now and absolutely love them. I have been told that the early-rise skis have less tendancy to wander in tight spots, trees etc. Has anyone skied the Influence 105 that can give a good comparison to the P100?