Break the speed limit on groomers, hop into the trees for freshies, then hit the bumps.

Open up the throttle anywhere on the mountain when you're riding the Line Prophet 90 Alpine Ski. This ski's versatile dimensions (125 / 90 /113mm) give you a stable platform for back bowls with quick edge-to-edge performance in the trees. The Prophet 90's maple core and Metal Matrix give this ski ample torsional stiffness to charge your favorite steeps without sacrificing easy turn initiation or weight. Ride this Line twintip in soft pow, hardpack, bumps, and on ice—the freeride (firm) flex provides control at ridiculous speeds.

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2 5

specialty ski

Great ski for pointing straight down a couloir, but not quick turning. It will beat you up in bumps and trees.
Not good all mountain.

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I think I made a mistake. i had my prophet...

I think I made a mistake. i had my prophet 90's mounted with marker baron bindings, a good set up but for some reason I mounted them +3 forward. Will this still be a good set up for an all mountain or do you think i should remount them back 2 from center? I have not yet rode them do to limited snow pack.

Thank you for your time and help.

Hey I was seeing that this ski is heavy......

Hey I was seeing that this ski is heavy... is it too heavy to do freestyle correctly?

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It is a little heavy, since it is an all mountain ski, but it is something that will more add stability in the park, than just mank your park riding.

5'6" 130 lbs... Any recommendations on...

5'6" 130 lbs... Any recommendations on length for intermediate/advanced skier?

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The 172. Actually I would say if you are advanced, I would look for a ski a little longer. The 172 will feel comfortable though, and have the float and stability for your size.

Prophet 90 or the 4FRNT MSP

Prophet 90 or the 4FRNT MSP

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I'm partial to Line but have both Line (EP) and 4FRNT skis (STL) and love them. I think I would take the MSP, it's a little fatter. But really, can't go wrong with either one - so just get both. :)

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Well yes, the MSP is a little wider, but isnt that why they have the prophet 100?

3 5


These guys are heavy. I skied them for a bit up in jackson, but sadly to say there wasn't alot of fresh. Had there been any more they would have been sick.

HI team...I have the chance to buy the...

HI team...I have the chance to buy the 07/08 version of the line prophet 90. Is there any major tech difference to the 08/09 version?Thanks for your help

5 5

Best ski for the Northeast

This ski is straight up ridiculous in the Notheast. Perfect for the deep stuff at Jay Peak, rips groomers at Sunday River. Can really lean into these on the groomers and feel 100% confident these will hold up. This ski loves GS turns on groomers and floating through pow in the trees. I was a bit concerned at first about how they would handle in the bumps - but those concerns were quickly hushed on the first top to bottom bump run I did on these. Can't wait to see how they hold up in CO next week!

Hi I have narrowed my ski search down to...

Hi I have narrowed my ski search down to the volkl bridge and the line prophet. Just looking for an opinion and sizing and binding recomendations. I am an advanced skier and 5'11 175 and growing.

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Out of these two skis I prefer the Volkl Bridge. I would recommend mounting these skis +2 cm with Marker Jesters or Griffons, depending on where you set your din. I’m 6’3” 185lbs and would only buy the 185cm length and mount them with the Jesters. The 177cm length would be a good fit for you now but if you think you are going to grow over 6 feet tall in the next year or two you might consider buying the 185cm to grow into.

I am 5'4", 155 lbs. More interested in...

I am 5'4", 155 lbs. More interested in versatilty powder, crud, groomers, bumps than fast GS turns. Was thinking about 179cm, then saw Tom from Colorado's post at 195lbs he is skiing 172's. Makes me think that I shouldn't go any longer than 172. I ski Pacific NW and Mt Shasta. Any opinions?

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This ski is definitely a true twin. That means it gives up some of it's effective edge. Consider that when you're sizing this ski. FWIW, my current skis are 182 and I wouldn't think of sizing down to the 179 Prophet. If the 186 shows back up on BC, you can bet I am placing an order.

I've always demoed before buying but I...

I've always demoed before buying but I have yet to read a bad review of this ski. My only question is size. I'm 28yo 6'2" 195 lbs and an expert aggressive skier. I'm going between the 179 and the 186. I ski 70/30 trees to groomers and am still a sucker for big fast GS turns (racing roots). Any ideas?

Do you price match this product??? I'm...

Do you price match this product??? I'm really interested in this ski and have found it cheaper elsewhere but would rather purchase it from a place I'm familiar with

i am a former advanced skier but have been...

i am a former advanced skier but have been boarding for the past 13 years. i'm wanting to get back to skis and have heard great things about the prophet 90. terrain-wise i mostly hit up Tahoe, do about 60% groomers, 30% pow/trees, 10% park. i'm 5'9" 140lbs. does the prophet 90 in a 179cm seem about right for me? maybe i should go shorter since i'm just getting back into skiing?

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I'm a 5'10" 195 ski instructor and I ski the 172s which I love, but if I did it over again I would get the 179s or the 186s. But at your weight I think the 172s would be fine. I am similar to you in that I took a long layoff from skiing (but learned when I was three) to snowboard exclusively. Just got back into two-planking last season. I like how the Prophets feel very snowboardy (if that makes any sense).

Trying to decide between Snoop Daddy, Volkl...

Trying to decide between Snoop Daddy, Volkl Mantra and Line Prophet 90. Looking for the most versatile of the group. I'm 6 ft 185lbs ski every condition and everything on the mountain. Also any adivce on going with the 177 range length or the 184 range length since I do mix in the bumps?

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Most versitile far and away is the line prophet. If you really like volkl and want more versitility go with the bridge. The mantra is nice but is more of a pow ski. Don't know too much about the snoop daddy but the lines would probably be your best bet. As for size it depends some what on skill. I would probably go with 177 but that's just me. Hope this helps.

Do you think the Prophet 90 would be too...

Do you think the Prophet 90 would be too close to my Mantra for the money and hassle? What else in a narrower platform is great in bumps and firm conditions. Hate to somewhat duplicate my Mantra and Obsetheds with only a little bit narrower ski. It's amazing though how the construction of skis even in similar widths can have a very different feel. My mantra is a great ripper but definitley a harsh ride compared to other skis.

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prophet 90 lighter, quicker, and a tru twin if that matters to you, tighter turn radius for bumps, holds a better edge belive it or not.

Any comparisons our there between Prophet...

Any comparisons our there between Prophet 90, Salomon Lord, Rossi SC 80? I have a Volkl Mantra and a K2 Obsethed but want a narrower quicker ski for all the groomer days and firmer bigger moguls. Any ideas? Somebody also said look at the armada alpha one. No park skiing here just expert 37 year old ripper.

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The prophet 90 is by far the best of the group, another great ski is the 4frnt msp a stiffer ski but the best groomer twin out there. I would stay away from salomon this year, lots of reports of their ski's falling apart after 12 to 15 days on them, snapping, edges blown out and delaminating problems and salomon not doing a real good job replacing them.

Unanswered Question

Im looking for an all mtn twin tip that...

Im looking for an all mtn twin tip that feels alot like a rossignol phantom sc80 but a little fatter(around 90mm). I ski anything between 170-180. The cheaper the better. I ski eastcoast conditions with an occasional trip to CO and I am an advanced skier.

5 5

Not much more to say

I live in the Northeast & have 3 days on these skis. I can honestly say they rip groomers as good as any ski I've ever been on. Amazing edge to edge for a 90mm.

I have been assuming these skis are a true...

I have been assuming these skis are a true twin tip and quite capable of skiing switch. If that is in fact the case, then what is the main difference between these skis and the Line Blend?

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Of course they are, they are made by line... The 90 is a directional metal cap twin for use all over the mountain but excels in hard snow conditions. The blend is a side wall constuction freestyle/freeride twin aimed at more backcountry/jib/ powder skiing. the blend is fatter and quite a bit softer and has similar dimentions to the prophet 100.

5 5

Demo'd them yesterday

I demo'd these skis yesterday and they rip. I live on the east coast and was fortunate enough to get a east coast powder day (6inches, lol) during which to demo them. I was blown away with these skis immediately. The metal matrix makes them ski a lot bigger than they are but doesn't damper its ability to get from edge to edge quickly. The skis floated pow on the side of the trail and in the trees without difficulty. They were snappy enough to make fast confidence inspiring turns in the trees. At the end of the afternoon the trails were all bumped up and these skis were stiff enough to charge through them without blinking. These skis seriously charged threw bumped up powder that would have thrown my old skis (salomon 1080's), ass over tea cup.