LINE Prophet 90 Alpine Skis

LINE Prophet 90 Alpine Skis -

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    Style: A10011

    The LINE Prophet 90 Alpine Skis let you explore the entire mountain on twin tips. The 4D Fibercap Construction and Maple Macroblock Core generate power on big mountain terrain, while the 90 width underfoot gives you some versatility for hard snow. Directional Flex helps you maneuver the tips and tails with ease for a stable ride, and P-Cut Geometry helps you initiate turns at any speed.


    • Ski Dimensions: 125/90/113
    • Turn Radius: 17.7m(179cm)
    • Design: All-Mountain/ Freeride
    • Camber: Traditional


    • 4D Fibercap Construction is strong and responsive
    • Di-Cut Titanal Laminate Metal Matrix enhances edge grip and responsiveness
    • P-Cut Geometry helps you initiate clean turns at any speed
    • Maple Macroblock Core
    • Fatty Base and Edges for durability
    • Sintered Base is porous to absorb wax and move faster

    Questions and Answers

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    "I am 5'7" 170 lbs and am an advanced to expert level skier. I mainly like to go on off piste terrain and in the trees. Are 172s too short?"
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    Question by Larry on 3/29/2011 - 2:09 pm
    "The perfect size for you is 178. And even if you select a ski that has a rocker instead of a traditional camber you will need to size up. The 172 is no the best choice for you."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/29/2011 - 3:51 pm
    "I am about 5'10 and weigh about 176lb. I am an intermediate level skiier (prob lower end of intermediate) and was also looking at the 172cm Line Prophet. Is this the right ski for me, or should I go longer? Also what is the best binding? Was looking at the marker griffon, however would also love a recommedation on a cheaper variant."
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    Question by David on 5/15/2011 - 7:27 pm
    "For your height, weight and skill level the recommended size is 165. The bigger the ski the more skill are needed to maneuver them. The Marker Griffon bindings are great, just make sure that they are at least the same width as the ski waist."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/17/2011 - 2:27 pm
    "Buying for my son. Turning 13 in a week. All mountain ripper. Nailed Corbett's Couloir in Jackson Hole on his 1st try. Very aggressive. Weight 100, hight 5'2" and growing. Skiis every weekend in the east. In the tight trees as well as screaming down groomers. Likes bumps and cliffs. Need size that would work and confirmation that this is the best ski for him."
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    Question by jr on 7/19/2011 - 12:25 pm
    "For his weight and height the recommended size is a 147. However if he likes to adventure in the backside a ski with rockered tips and camber underneath the feet will be one of the best choices, This shape will let him hold a good edge when carving over the hardpack and at the same time the tip and tail will be out and over the snow when he skis over the pow. When buying a ski with this shape you can size up to compensate for the tip and tail that are not in constant contact with the snow. Check out the Head Peak FLR Ski System. This one has the shape, size, and dimensions for his needs; it also includes bindings and is for sale from $600 to $399.99"
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/21/2011 - 4:00 pm

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