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Line Skis Pandora 110

Line Skis Pandora 110
  • Color: Multicolor
$680.00
$850.00
Color:
Multicolor
Size:
170cm
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Details

Created with THC Technology, just like the Vision Collection, the LINE Pandora 110 marries deep snow performance with hardpack and touring capabilities. Featuring a refined rocker profile, attuned tapering, and a functional 110 waist width, the Pandora 110 will float through pow, arc on groomers, and fight fatigue on the skin track.

Ski bindings are not included or installed as part of this purchase. All bindings must be mounted, adjusted, and tested by an authorized retailer prior to use.

- BASE & DIMENSIONS: Sintered 1.3 mm
- WEIGHT (G/SKI): 1,500
- FLEX PATTERN: Directional
- SIDECUT RADIUS AVG (M):16.5
- STANCE BACK FROM CENTER (MM): -44.0
- SKI CONSTRUCTION: Sidewall
- PROFILE (TIP-WAIST-TAIL) MM: 10-5-7
- EDGE DIMENSIONS (MM): 2.1 x 2
- SHAPE: 144-110-130
- WOOD CORE MATERIAL: Partly Cloudy
- GEOMETRY: 5-Cut
- BEST FOR: Freeride, Powder, Touring
- WAIST WIDTH: 110+mm

5CUT™ MULTI-RADIUS SIDECUT:
FIVE different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.

THC CONSTRUCTION:

Newly developed "Triple Hybrid Construction" used in our Vison 108 & 98 lightweight freeride skis. The 3 materials we combined are Aramid (similar to Kevlar), Carbon fiber, and Fiberglass into a proprietary stack laminate, the elements of LINE’s THC vibrate and resonate at different frequencies, this, in turn, cancels each other out creating a hyper damping ski experience without adding weight.

SIDEWALL CONSTRUCTION:
Ultra-High Density Polyethylene vertical walls over the edges absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission.

DIRECTIONAL FLEX:
The softer tip floats & initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability & high speed control.

How do you pick the correct ski size?


There isn't a perfect size for one's height and/or weight. The general rule is to pick a ski that is going to land somewhere between your chin and the top of your head. Pro and expert skiers may choose skis that are slightly taller than their height allowing for more speed and aggressive skiing, while beginners and intermediate skiers may choose a ski that is shorter (closer to the height of your chin) for a more manueverable feeling ski.

Skier Weight lbsSkier Weight kgSkier Height ft/inSkier Height CMSuggested Ski Length ExpertSuggested Ski Length Intermediate
30+ 14+ 3'6"+ 107+ 100 90
40+ 18+ 3'9"+ 114+ 108 98
50+ 23+ 4'0"+ 121+ 116 106
60+ 27+ 4'3"+ 130+ 124 114
70+ 32+ 4'6"+ 137+ 132 122
85+ 39+ 4'9"+ 145+ 140 130
100+ 45+ 5'0"+ 152+ 148 138
115+ 52+ 5'3"+ 160+ 156 146
130+ 59+ 5'6"+ 168+ 164 154
145+ 66+ 5'9"+ 175+ 172 162
160+ 73+ 6'0"+ 183+ 180 170
170+ 77+ 6'2" 184+ 188 178
190+ 86+ 6'4" 191+ 190+ 186
210+ 95+ 6'5" 195+ 190+ 190+

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