Line’s original aim to make skiing more fun has seen them develop much lighter, snappier and more versatile skis. They have progressed the market significantly in their lifespan of only 20 years. Their aim, to get the perfect balance of a ski that is able to cope with soft powder yet not compromising on on piste manoeuvrability.
Line’s Sick Day 95 was voted ‘Ski of the Year’ by The Skiing Magazine, and grasps that perfect balance of being able to float like a powder ski but retains the ability to rip like a carving ski. Similar to this, Mr Pollard’s Opus was designed to be the most versatile powder ski on earth. The progressive skiing experience behind this ski has set it apart from any other in its class; this ski floats effortlessly forwards and backwards in powder yet cuts through crud and maintains incredible edge grip on firm snow.