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2011 Line Prophet Flite Ski


Pros: Quick, playful, fun

Cons: Can get tossed in crud, need to be driven on hard pack

Went with these as my 1 ski eastern quiver, while I don't regret the choice, I probably could have done better. I have 7 days on them so far this season and feel like I have a decent idea of what they can do. 


Me: 5'10" 135/140 level6/7 ski almost only Cannon NH. Used these Dec: 28,29,30, 31 Jan: 2,3,4, 11, 12, 13. Ice, Hardpack, Fresh Man-made, Wet Packed Powder, 4 inches of powder for maybe 3 hours one day. Did I mention icy hardpack?


First off the positive: They shine in soft snow, any time I've taken them in anything close to 3 dimensional they have been wonderful. In 3 to 4 inches powder on top of super hard pack they were a dream. I won't say I was quite floating on them but they were transitioning perfectly and felt very fluid. Also seemed to enjoy the wet snow while I was skiing in the rain.


They also have done surprisingly well on hard pack. While I do have to stay on top of them and drive them, with factory edges and bases, they were stable at 40mph. They chatter a bit on the very icy stuff but for normal hardpack they were doing fine. If I lapse into the back seat or start skiing sloppy on hardpack it shows quickly.


Negatives: They are not quite as turny and agile as I was hoping they would be, while not bad at all, its just not quit the feel I thought it would be. They also get beat up badly by crud. Its light weight no metal construction means you feel everything as you hit it. Got a bit over my head in some mixed mogul natural snow and ended up taking a header because I tried to plow through some stuff the skis just couldn't. 


I'll add more to this as I ski them on something besides groomers and well more groomers. I see the potential they have for trees and soft stuff and hope mother nature will be more agreeable soon.


2011 Line Prophet Flite Ski

The Flite is the twin brother of the Prophet 90, but with a Poplar core and Composite Matrix. The result is a ski with a much lighter, livelier and forgiving feel, backed by award-winning geometry and value that can’t be beat. Lengths: 158, 165, 172, 179 Shape: 125-90-113

Lengths158, 165, 172, 179
Turn Radius14.2m @ 165cm.
Core MaterialPoplar
Binding IncludedNo
Recommended UseAll-mountain, off-piste
Recommended LevelAdvanced
Model Year2011
Binding System
Binding Type
Recommended Binding
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Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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