One trend we've notice lately is the width for expert level freeride skis. It's getting narrower, with most companies deciding that - you guessed it - 108 mm in the waist is the money zone. The Line Skis Supernatural 108 Skis were ahead of the trend, busting crud and railing steeps like a boss since the 2014-2015 season. The Supernatural 108 continues to lay down sick tracks and earn awards like nothing else in its class; all you need to do is try the 108's powerful Metal Matrix™ construction in tough variable conditions for a couple of runs to see why.
Early Rise™ The rise in the tip and tail starts earlier, resulting in easy turn initiation and effortless float in soft snow.
Rocker Profile 9 mm Tip / 3 mm Camber / 6 mm Tail
Directional Flex™ The softer tip floats & initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability & high speed control.
Mid-Stiff Flex Strong power transmission without losing it's playfulness.
5-Cut™ 5 different sized sidecut radius shapes are blended into one, for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes.
Early Taper™ The widest part of the sidecut begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail which reduces tail hook ups in powder.
Thin Tip™ Super thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight & tip bounce.
Maple MacroBlock™ 2 full length Maple stringers surrounded by Aspen for increased strength and durability.
Metal Matrix™ Die cut Titanal laminate provides more dampness and power where you need it underfoot and at the tips
Shockwall™ Incorporates a full height & length 80 durometer Elastomer sidewall over the edges to absorb vibration & shock for a smooth solid ride.
Fatty™ Edge 2.2 mm x 2.5 mm edge for increased durability and tuning life.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
Recommended Stance -76.5 mm
|Tip Contact Point (mm)||137|
|Waist Width (mm)||108|
|Tail Contact Point (mm)||126|
|Turning Radius (m)||22.3|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2141|