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Nostradamus couldn’t have predicted this.

Bow in homage to the redesigned Line Prophet 130, and it just might allow you a glimpse into the future of big-mountain powder skiing. Fat, stiff, and beefy, the 130 is a powder weapon that sinks trenches in hardpack thanks to regular camber and sidecut underfoot. As one of the fattest traditional-sidecut, traditional-camber skis of last season, the Prophet 130 earned plenty of praise from reviewers for its deep-snow performance, tempered with remarks about tree-trunk-sized thigh requirements. For the 2010 season, Line added more Early Rise (nose rocker) to the tip, making the fattest Prophet easier to pilot in less-than-pristine conditions.

  • New 25cm x 15mm tip rocker planes faster in pow and turns more easily on hard snow
  • Maple Macroblock core brings a baseball bat to the crud fight
  • Fatty Base & Edge 4D Fibercap construction takes a beating on the hill and on the tuning table
  • Early Taper at the tip & tail prevents hooking in soft snow

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5 5

Big and Bad Ass

Wow. These are big. And bad. And fast. These have a pretty traditional shape - none of that elf-shoe looking rocker going on here. If you know how to drive a big ski and appreciate the elegance and control of putting a ski up on edge and laying down rails wherever you are (no schmearing this one), you'll love this ski. It's wide, so not super fast edge to edge (be patient!), but it floats like nothing else and it is really responsive. And if you are part of the Air Force hucking off whatever - forget about scoping out your landing. You're bringing many square feet of landing pad with you, so you can land anything.

Line Prophet 130 ripping through Spring Crud

Line Prophet 130 ripping through Spring Crud

Sorry about the watermark. The Line Prophet 130 RIPS as a tele ski. I ski these with hammerheads, and love love love them.

5 5

sick nasty

I have these skis mounted hammerheads and they are straight-lining, cliff-dropping, chop-busting skis. The huge size takes a little getting used to and I ended up crossing them a few times at high speeds until I got used to them, but the early rise and wide tip gives them incredible float and the ability to stomp through chop exceptionally well. Even though they are so big they do well on-piste as long as your willing to give them the speed they deserve. As a backcountry setup they aren't super light, but aren't super heavy either (they are lighter than my 168 Nomads). Definately need a super stiff binding to be able to control them, hammerheads are a must.

Unanswered Question

How do these compare to the K2 Pontoon

How do these compare to the K2 Pontoon

how do these work on grooms?

how do these work on grooms?

Best Answer Responded on

Not exactly what they are designed for, but these big pow skis will handle incredibly better than a reverse cambered or reverse sidecut ski. So, for getting back to the lifts, this ski will be able to hold an edge and you won't be sliding around like crazy. But in comparison to a smaller waisted ski, this will be very slow edge to edge.

How would these skis compare to the EP...

How would these skis compare to the EP Pro's as a tele setup? I like the price tag of these better than the EP pros and am in need of a pow ski. I will mount hammerheads on whatever I end up getting.

Responded on

I say these all the way! The EP Pros are too soft for hammers... I may also be biased- I rock the Prophets.

4 5

Pure Powder Animals

I am 6'2", 165lbs, and ski the 186cm mounted telemark with Hammerheads. When these hit the deep stuff, ooohwee! they are really really fun. Skiing these tele made me feel invincible, never even a thought of tip dive, control with power at high speeds, slashed turns on a dime. Also, incredibly stable on straightlines and runouts, more so than any other ski I've skied tele. When the snow gets chopped, they still perform really well, but I found that they are so wide that my tips would bash into each other on tighter turns, had to adjust my skiing style to accommodate for the width, but i feel like I'll get the hang of that pretty quick. On groomers and harder snow, watch out, they are a little dangerous and hard to control. Weren't awful, but definitely had some moments where I got squirrely...Not a one ski quiver, but don't claim to be. For pow days, really psyched that these are in my repertoire.

Responded on

Do the Karhu Team 130's have early-rise, too? All the info I've found on them doesn't specify. I just like the graphics on the Karhu's more.

Responded on

Hey Jack, sorry for the delay in replay. The Team 130s have a little bit of early rise (like the 2009 Prophet 130 model) but not as much as the 2010 Prophet 130. Karhu didn't make a new line for 2010, I'd advise on picking up the 2010 Prophet 130, the extra early rise totally kills it!

4 5

BIG

The 130's were a fun ski to ride on. The are big and want to charge down the mountain with or without powder. They aren't chatty on the groomers and they float like no other in the pow. This ski was difficult to turn on the groomers, so if you want a pow ski this is it and if you want more of a one quiver ski you might look else were. These shred pow like no other. Can't wait to take them out on a day with 36 fresh lake effect pow.

Are there any differences between this ski...

Are there any differences between this ski and the Karhu team 130 other than topsheet graphics. I understand they are made in the same mold, with similar dimensions but is the constrution the same?

Best Answer Responded on

Same mold, same press, same core, same ski. The skis are identical in every aspect except for the graphic on the topsheet and the name on the base. Other than that, the skis are identical.

What tele binding would you recommend for...

What tele binding would you recommend for this ski? I got a pair that came with Rottefella R8s, and I feel like I'm not getting as much power transfer as I need (although, it could just be that I'm not used to this much ski underfoot). I've heard the Hammerhead is a pretty solid binding for big skis. Any advice would be appreciated.

Responded on

HAMMERHEADS dude, they'll change your life. I will never ski another binding. Especially for the Prophet 130s, which are stiff, the hammerheads on position 5 give you incredible power and control. Make sure to pair them with a stiff boot (I ski T-Races and love the combo)...I have HH's on my Volkl Kuros (also a huge, heavy ski) and can't say enough about how great they are. Not the best for touring, but I wouldn't take my kuros on a tour anyways...

Responded on

NTNs finally are ready for prime time. Try a pair. They also have the advantage that you can use 1 pair of bindings on multiple skis.