um...did we forget sidecut guys? ive ski'd and seen them all in various stages/cut in half/ ect
yes..the core is generally the same in all of lines skis...its a birch aspen macroblock core..heres the difference
diff cores...diff flexes...the same materials dont mean the same ski..the cores are thinner/thicker for pro specific flex..fiberglass also makes a ski softer or stiffer...more fiberflass means a stiffer flex
sidecut...all line skis have diff sidecuts, meaning they all ride differently
1260 has a carbonfiber stringer for pop....mothership has a titanium sheet for extra rigidity and edge hold
so no...line skis ARENT all the same....just by changing the thickness of some wood, a sidecut, or fiberglass
and whoever asked about the Eric Pollard pro 'fall line'
pretty stiff, rides really nice, excellent powder switch riding, just kinda iffy for east coast riding...i wouldnt use it as my ONLY ski, but i still love it