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2011 Line Prophet 100 Ski


Pros: Great powder ski, holds well on groomers, flies through chop, very forgiving

Cons: Not great in tight bumps

Until mid March of this year, I skied the Nordica Enforcers on big snow days, and Volkl AC50's on groomers, soft pack, and chop days.  Both had their pros and cons, but it got to the point where I was going to the mountain every day with 2 pairs of skis, and often changing out at noon hour.  Both skis are getting on the back side of their ski life, so I started to demo this spring.  I was looking for a 1 quiver ski that would do it all.  I tried the Volkl Bridge based on advice from a friend who had purchased them - no horsepower in them at all, esp. at speed.  I tried the Volkl Gotama - I thought it felt like skiing 2x4's.  I had all but settled on buying the 2011 Volkl RTM84's to replace my AC50's and keep the Enforcers for powder days, when I decided to demo the Line Prophet 100.  In 2 runs I was sold.  I kept the ski to demo for 3 days, and got to ski it in almost all conditions - quite simply the best ski I have been on for overall performance.  Good carver - check.  Excellent powder ski - check. Bomb proof in loose chop - check.  Stable a speed both on groomers and in thick snow conditions - check.  Quick from edge to edge - check.  Forgiving (I have a bad knee) - check.  All I can say is try them.  I'm selling everything else I own - this is it for me. Oh, I did I forget to mention I bought the ski on the last day I demoed and already have 15 days on them.


Pros: Powder, crud, groomed, switch, a great all mountain ski

Cons: bumps

These skis rocks.  I've taken them out in deep power and they float great.  On groomers they are fast, responsive, and can carve some very nice turns.  They run every bit as well switch and they do forward.  They bust right through crud and unideal snow conditions.  They are a little tough in the bumps however, mainly due to their flex.  Over all a great ski.  I have used them as my everyday ski for a month now, have put in 15 days on them and can't imagine skiing anything else right now.

2011 Line Prophet 100 Ski

Line's Prophet 100 All-Mountain Ski is quickly becoming legendary as the quintessential do-everything ski. The Prophet 100 combines a waist width that gives you good flotation in deep snow with narrow-ski agility. Line accomplished this using their proprietary Metal Matrix titanium laminate that delivers power to the parts of the ski that need it and lightens the parts that don't.

Lengths165cm, 172cm, 179cm, 186cm
Dimensions134 / 100 / 125mm
Turn Radius[179cm] 17m
Construction4D Fibercap
Core MaterialMacroblock Maple, titanal
Binding SystemNo
Binding IncludedNo
Recommended UseAll-mountain, advanced to expert
Manufacturer Warranty1 Year
BaseSintered, Fatty base and edge
Weight[186cm] 4lb 10oz (2122g) per ski
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Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
Size: 186cmA10010-One Color-186cm714636597482
Size: 179cmA10010-One Color-179cm714636597475
Size: 172cmA10010-One Color-172cm714636597468
Size: 165cmA10010-One Color-165cm714636597451
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