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Line Pandora 94 Ski Test

Buyer's Guide, Gear, Ski Test // December 11, 2020 // By

SKI TEST 2021

LINE PANDORA 94 * POWDER * WOMEN

BEST FOR: Ladies wanting a light all-mountain /freeride ski

ski test 2021

 Some resort skis are light enough for the backcountry. Others are touring skis with enough umph to hold their own inbounds. Line’s Pandora family covers the line between the two. Its construction marries Line’s playful freeride skis (a mix of cap and vertical sidewalls and five different sidecuts) with attributes we mostly see on backcountry-specific sticks (aspen, carbon and plenty of tip and tail rocker). The result is a fairly light ski that can float in the deepest snow, rail a groomer on the way back to the lift and steal the hearts of powder-loving ladies. Meg MacMillan mounted a waif-like Dynafit Superlite 2.0 binding and then tested the Pandora 94 on an adventure. “The ski/binding combo was so surprisingly light I blew past my sisters on the skin track, and on the way down the soft stuff was pure butter-cream.” She said her shorter (158) test-ski length felt longer and that “it didn’t go on cruise control in the trees or back on terra firma when ripping it to the lift. This ski likes to be spanked.”  lineskis.com

LENGTHS:                151, 158, 165, 172

DIMENSIONS:          131/94/117 @ 165

RADIUS:                   15 @ 165

WEIGHT:                   1.5 kg

OTHER MODELS:       84, 104, 110

SUGGESTED RETAIL: $750

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Line Pandora 94 Ski Test

Buyer's Guide, Gear, Ski Test // // By


SKI TEST 2021

LINE PANDORA 94 * POWDER * WOMEN

BEST FOR: Ladies wanting a light all-mountain /freeride ski

ski test 2021

 Some resort skis are light enough for the backcountry. Others are touring skis with enough umph to hold their own inbounds. Line’s Pandora family covers the line between the two. Its construction marries Line’s playful freeride skis (a mix of cap and vertical sidewalls and five different sidecuts) with attributes we mostly see on backcountry-specific sticks (aspen, carbon and plenty of tip and tail rocker). The result is a fairly light ski that can float in the deepest snow, rail a groomer on the way back to the lift and steal the hearts of powder-loving ladies. Meg MacMillan mounted a waif-like Dynafit Superlite 2.0 binding and then tested the Pandora 94 on an adventure. “The ski/binding combo was so surprisingly light I blew past my sisters on the skin track, and on the way down the soft stuff was pure butter-cream.” She said her shorter (158) test-ski length felt longer and that “it didn’t go on cruise control in the trees or back on terra firma when ripping it to the lift. This ski likes to be spanked.”  lineskis.com

LENGTHS:                151, 158, 165, 172

DIMENSIONS:          131/94/117 @ 165

RADIUS:                   15 @ 165

WEIGHT:                   1.5 kg

OTHER MODELS:       84, 104, 110

SUGGESTED RETAIL: $750

from Fall 2020 issue

all ski tests

from the archives

Tags: , , ,

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