The 2021 Line Outline, a big mountain ski. A review of Line's greatest powder jib ski, plus weight and full specs.
The Outline is extremely surfy feeling thanks to the convex tips and tails and ample rocker, while still having a long effective edge courtesy of minimal taper. For a ski this big, it carves really nicely, with cues clearly taken from the Pescado. The flex is significantly stiffer than the Sir Francis Bacon, but these are still far from a stiff ski. I only got one or two soft snow turns on these and on hard snow, they are obviously a big ski. So obviously, I didn't get to ski them at their best, but overall, they just felt a little damp/lifeless to me. You COULD flex them but they weren't super soft/playful and they didn't give a lot of energy popping out of butters. I prefer the softer more lively Sir Francis Bacon, but these are still a great powder jib option, and easily light enough to tour on too. I'd consider them a true powder ski rather than something versatile though. - Twig
Sizes: 178, 186 cm
Dimensions: 150 / 117 / 142 mm
Radius: 18.5M - 186
Weight: 2030g /ski - 186
Profile: 15 - 3 - 15
Adept edge-to-edge in a never-sinking shape, the Outline sits in that sweet spot of freestyle powder design. Equally at home on the untracked open faces as it is in blown out chop providing a reliable feel and a lightweight jumping platform for any occasion.