Newschoolers' Review:

The Line Magnum Opus is an (almost) versatile superfat ski. So who actually needs such a thing? Well jibby skiers who live somewhere it snows a fuckload couldn't do much better. Less than super-gifted pow skiers who want to land switch and surf in fresh snow and need some help (AKA me) are going to love them too. If you want a chargy pow ski, look elsewhere but if you do want to ski fast occasionally these won't try to kill you. If you want a versatile ski, you're almost certainly better off scaling down the waist width, very few people (including myself) actually need a 124mm ski. But if you want a superfat ski, and I can see the appeal because they are seriously fun, these are a damn good shout. I had an absolute blast skiing them, which at the end of the day is what matters. - Twig

Characteristics: Versatile, jibby, lightweight, not powerful

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Manufacturer's Description:

With award winning edge-to-edge feel and a playful platform, the Magnum Opus is the top choice of freestyle powder skis; Eric Pollard’s go to for deep days.

In stores from: $799.95

Sizes: 188

Dimensions: 148-124-146

Radius: 17

Weight: 1950g

Profile: 3-4-3