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It can see the future.

Line says the Prophet 85 Ski is like lightning in a bottle ... in a ski. Sounds about right, and that's because this all-mountain ride is snappy underfoot, quick from edge to edge, and tough enough for the ice coast. Although the 85mm waist is far from fat, it's the perfect amount of girth for carving and getting down almost anywhere you can find snow. Does lightning strike twice? You will find out with this ski.

Here's what makes the Prophet so dang electric: Early-rise tip and tail camber profile (1/0mm, tip/tail) planes up over deep and inconsistent snow and won't hook or hang up so turn initiation is earlier and easier. Directional flex gives this ski a softer tip for float in soft snow and a stiffer tail that provides power, stability, and control at high speed. 5Cut sidecut blends five different sizes of turn radius into a single sidecut shape for ultimate turn shape versatility, which means easier handling anywhere on the mountain. A little known fact about lightning is that it is tough; the Prophet is, too. Composite-reinforced maple wood core offers long-term durability and a reliable flex pattern, and the Fatty Base and Edge for dramatically increased durability and tuning life. Titanal laminate reinforces the core with metal, aids the transfer of power to your edges, shovel, or tail, and encourages increased edge grip. Capwall, or a combination of cap and sandwich construction, combines the weight savings and responsiveness of cap construction with the edging power of sidewall construction.

  • Early rise tip and tail
  • 4D Fibercap
  • Maple Macro Block
  • Fatty base and edge
  • 90mm waist
  • 5 Cut sidecut
  • Directional Flex

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