The 2021 Line Sakana, an all-mountain ski. A review of Line's fish-tail all-mountain ski, plus weight and full specs.
I love the Sakana. At ski tests I always make sure I get at least a few runs on these because they make me smile so much. If you want something to go rip some piste turns on, that you can also ski pow with... if you've always envied snowboarders their 'fun shapes' then these are the skis for you. In fact, if you drive to the hill, you should have a pair of these in your roofbox, just in case they take your fancy that day. They're that kind of ski, not an everyday option for a park skier, but something I can't imagine anyone not wanting to take for a rip once in a while... unless you hate having fun I suppose. They're just that good. - Twig
Sizes: 166, 174, 181 cm
Dimensions: 150 / 105 / 138 mm
Radius: 15M - 174
Weight: 1770g / ski - 174
Profile: 10 - 4 - 0
A mid-fat swallowtail with a unique shape that encourages a wide variety of turn shapes reinforced with a Carbon Flax Weave for added edge hold, the Line Sakana is equally at home maneuvering tight trees as it is opening it up on wind buff. Shift perspective and embrace a fluid, refined ski experience unlike any other.