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Vision 108 Ski - 2023

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Line Vision 108 Ski

We click into the Line Vision 108 Ski before a day of inbounds minigolf, backcountry cliff skiing, or even for a deep adventure tour. This ski boasts a lightweight construction that won't hold us back from a performance standpoint. When we drop into a line we know this ski can help us stomp tricks in deep snow both switch and regular, handle the deepest pow we can find, and easily transition between turns when the trees get tight.


  • Lightweight and easily controlled freeride ski that can do it all
  • 108mm waist offers quick edge-to-edge control and float in pow
  • Blend of rocker and camber provides control, edge hold, float
  • Medium turn radius is stable at speed but easy to control
  • Core offers stability, response, in conjunction with weight savings
  • THC construction offers a damp ride in an extremely lightweight
  • Capwall sidewalls blend weight savings, durability, and hold
  • Sintered bases skip across flat areas and cat tracks with ease
  • Item #LINH038
175cm, 183cm, 189cm
142 / 108 / 128mm
Turn Radius
rocker / camber / rocker
Partly Cloudy (paulownia, maple)
2.1 x 2mm
sintered 1.3mm
partial twin
Claimed Weight
[single] 3lb 8.6oz (1605g)
backcountry skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

1 based on 1 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

February 22, 2024

Horrible Quality, Worse Customer Service

I would avoid this ski at all cost. A handful of days on the ski and it came apart under foot on both skis. Line refused to warranty because of one small issue with the base. Using any excuse to not warranty a defective pair of skis. Don't waste your money.

Jennifer S