Three years ago, Line released the Pescado ski: A powder-surfing monster with a very unique ride designed by Eric Pollard. But with its 125mm underfoot, the Pescado was specifically designed to perform well in soft, deep snow. With the Sakana Ski, Line took the same design elements from the iconic Pescado to create a directional, all-mountain ski designed to carve quick turns through groomers and provide a fun ride on and off-piste.
With a 105mm waist, the Sakana performs well in secret powder patches and rips on fresh corduroy. The directional flex, 5 radii shapes blended into the sidecut, and knocked out tail combine to create a ski that turns comfortably in a wide variety of shapes so you can fully experience the exhilaration of fluid, refined skiing. All of this is laid on Line's Partly Cloudy core that blends lightweight paulownia with durable maple to create the best strength to weight ratio that Line has to offer. Head to the slopes to play in powder, on fresh groomers, or in the trees and the Sakana will deliver revolutionary performance.
- Directional carver for forward thinking riders in all conditions
- 105mm waist balances performance in pow with hard snow control
- Large early rise effortlessly floats in pow, eases turn initiation
- Short turn radius provides nimble manuevering for tight situations
- Directional flex provides race-like power and control on edge
- Lightweight and durable Partly Cloudy core boosts response, power
- Sintered base helps you navigate cat tracks and flat areas
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- Q & A
Best Ski Ever
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
You truly can't say enough about this ski. I resisted the trend towards wider, all mountain skis for years. Growing up racing, I always felt the need to have that true, "race stock" ski under foot...especially for east coast ice. After months of coaxing from my brother, I gave in an gave them a shot.
What a game changer. This ski has it all. You want slalom turns, go for it. Long drawn out GS carvers, have at it. Powder, sure! Crud, yup. Woods? Damn straight. It does everything. I'm 39 years old. I've been skiing since I was 4. I've NEVER had more fun on a pair of skis.
Line nailed this one.