Line MAGNUM OPUS Skis 2019 - by Eric Pollard
Powder Freestyle Skis Defined - Designed by Eric Pollard
For years, Eric Pollard has been shaping and maintaining the direction of twin-tipped powder freestyle skis. And with the LINE Magnum Opus Skis, Eric has created the perfectly balanced ski for deep snow. Featuring a lightweight construction -- marked by full length Bamboo Sidewalls -- and a quick edge-to-edge feel, the Magnum Opus is the best lightweight powder ski Eric has ever shaped.
The LINE Magnum Opus Skis represent the pinnacle of freestyle powder ski design: nearly symmetrical in shape, fluid, predictable flex throughout, and a catch-free ski feel. The Magnum Opus is Eric's most dialed, refined offering yet -- in a category he helped define.
- 1950 g
- Side Cut:
- 17m avg
- Core Construction:
- Cloud Core
- Bamboo Sidewalls
- 5-Cut™ Geometry
- Early Rise
- Symmetric Flex™
FLEX & ROCKER PROFILE
Durable and renewable wood that creates a responsive edge to edge feel while being sealed with epoxy to not let in any moisture to the core.
Futuristically blended wood and composite materials create an impossibly lightweight and solid core.
The rise of the tip and tail begin earlier as the ski profile moves away from center making for easier turn initiation and helps get the skis up on a plane more quickly. This also means effortless float in softer snow!
The widest point of the sidecut begins tapering earlier in the tip & tail which reduces hook ups in powder.
The same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward & backwards.
Super thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight & tip bounce.
Not one, not two but FIVE different radii shapes are blended into the ski's overall sidecut to give you that intuitive control & unlimited turn shape.
Longer Active Edge™
20% more of the sidecut edge length is in contact with the snow when turning which means MORE GRIP & LESS SLIP!
Line MAGNUM OPUS Ski Video Review
Line Skis Size Chart
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