Powder is your playmate.
You better eat your shreddies and chug that milk, 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 and maintain skiability after the mountain gets skied 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 the corduroy. In addition, 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.
Designed with Capwall construction, the Pandora blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall. Line's engineers gave the Pandora an aspen macroblock core featuring maple underfoot and aspen in the tip and tail for the solid stability of maple with the lightweight qualities of aspen, giving your turns and landings a nimble feel and buttery-smooth flex. In addition, 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 high-speed stability and Fivecut geometry for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes.
- Early rise tip and tail, camber underfoot
- Capwall hybrid construction
- Aspen Macroblock core
- 110mm waist width
- 5-Cut sidecut
- Directional flex
- Item #LIN002G
- Q & A
Line Pandora Ski
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fun powder ski. I like the how well they float in the soft stuff and the tight turn radius. I'll typically only pull these out on snow days.
Handled all conditions
Just bought these and rode them for 5 days in a row in Montana. I am 5'2 and 130, have them in a 162, I am an advanced to expert skier. Unfortunately, I did not get to try these skis on the main thing they were designed for; powder. That being said, these skis handled like champions in practically all other kinds of snow that can be encountered. I rode these on steep, icy conditions, and they held an edge perfectly. On soft groomers, chopped up snow, and spring like corn, they bombed through the mess without any concern. They felt stable and powerful. I primarily rode these in tight, steep, chopped up trees, and they again, could handle anything I could throw at them. My only complaint is that I had a difficult time hop turning these skis in the tight ice, but that is likely more of user error than a problem with the skis. I believe I have found my one ski quiver, and will be riding the Pandora exclusively from now on. Can't wait to try them out on some powder, I'm sure they will be fabulous!