Line Prophet 90
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Bright graphics are eye-catching and look cool. Sensitive to your movements, make turns effortless. Good carving ability in all kinds of surfaces.
The Cons:Scratch up fairly easily, can get some deep gouges if you take them through the trees. A little chatter is noticeable at high speeds.
The Line Prophet 90 is a versatile, go-anywhere premium ski designed for all-mountain and more use. It inherits the construction and geometry of the DNA, while hosting a more versatile width. In particular, it offers lengths of 158, 165, 172, 179, and 186, and shapes of 125-90-113.
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Overall it’s stiffer from tip to tail, allowing more powerful acceleration out of turns and directional stability with works with the integrated freeride geometry. Also included is a Metal Matrix build that allows it to perform with the agility of a narrow ski, a directional flex, and P-Cut geometry. Overall, the Line Prophet 90 has received positive reviews for eating into crusty snow, being fast, and functioning well in powder.
- Versatile Ski
- Go-Anywhere Use
- DNA Construction/Geometry
- Versatile Width
- Stiffer from Tip to Tail
- More Powerful Acceleration
- Directional Stability
- Freeride Geometry
- Metal Matrix Build
- P-Cut Geometry
- Great for Powder
User Reviews (1)
bright graphics are eye-catching and look cool
sensitive to your movements, make turns effortless
good carving ability in all kinds of surfaces
feel fairly light when carrying them around or when on the lift
good all-mountain skis, can take them through park, bumps, or steeps
scratch up fairly easily, can get some deep gouges if you take them through the trees
a little chatter is noticeable at high speeds
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