The lightweight freeride ski that can conquer bell to bell resort laps one day and explore far-out backcountry zones the next, the LINE Vision 108, re-imagines what is possible for freeride skis. Stable at speeds, surfy in the deep, light in the air, and easy to control, the Vision 108 is perfect for ripping the entire mountain one day and conquering dawn patrol the next.
Dimensions: 142-108-128 (183cm)
Sidecut Radius: 19.5 m (183cm)
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): 1605
- FLEX PATTERN: Directional
- SIDECUT RADIUS AVG (M): 19.5
- STANCE BACK FROM CENTER (MM): -45.3
- SKI CONSTRUCTION: Sidewall
- PROFILE (TIP-WAIST-TAIL) MM: 10-2-8
- DIMENSIONS (TIP-WAIST-TAIL) MM: 142-108-128
- SHAPE: 142-108-128
- WOOD CORE MATERIAL: Partly Cloudy
- GEOMETRY: 5-Cut
- BEST FOR: Freeride, All-Mountain, Powder, Touring
- EDGE DIMENSIONS (MM): 2.1 x 2
- WAIST WIDTH: 100 - 109mm
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.
Newly developed "Triple Hybrid Construction" used in our Vision 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.
Ultra-High Density Polyethylene vertical walls over the edges absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission.
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.
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