Line prophet 130 186cm 2007 with look px jib binding 2007 $400
- currently mounted for a 306mm boot sole dalbello 26.5 boot
- skied only about 6 or so times ski in like new condition
- in winter park and Denver if you need them shipped buys pays shippingDESCRIPTION
The Humvee of big-mountain fat skis, built to charge the mountain!
Eric Pollard lives and thinks years ahead of his time, so when he prophesized the future of big mountain skis four years ago, LINE listened and constructed prototypes of the most innovative and progressive big mountain ski to date, the Prophet.
That season he tackled the most advanced mountains in the world from Alaska to Russia, while creating one of the best film segments of the year with Matchstick Productions.
After three more years of development the Prophet 130 is now strong, powerful, stable, agile, and even lightweight.
The geometry and flex pattern are both freeride-specific for effortless turn initiation, strong fall line directional handling and powerful acceleration out of your turns.
Its Maple Macroblock core provides all of the stability and power needed for a solid ride down without paying for it in extra weight on the hike up.
The Fatty Base and Edge are even twice the thickness for added durability on that cliff band you’ve been eyeing all season.
Prepare yourself, the Prophet is amongst us.
What did Scottish ski guru Rick Hutchings have to say after skiing the Prophet 130?
"The Prophet 130 stamps its mark on the ski scene as the fattest ski ever put into production. The powder benefits of a ski that is 130mm underfoot are obvious, but this is not a sluggish bit of wood. It handles surprisingly well everywhere, letting you get to and from the powder with no real problems. Step in, Step up, and let this this one fly."
You've seen the brochure graphics, now see the real thing!
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What bindings should you get?
LINE Skis can be fitted with any bindings recommended by your retailer. LINE Reactor bindings are not available this season but just treat the skis like any others, ignore the insert holes (they are completely waterproof and part of the ski like on a snowboard) and have a pair of any manufacturer's bindings fitted... Look, Marker, Rossignol, Tyrolia etc etc. We use loads of different bindings on our own skis. But you will need wide brakes!
Let me know if there are any questions.