Line Pandora Women’s Skis – 2014/2015 ReviewSeptember 16, 2014
- Great float
- Very good soft snow control
- Maneuverability in off-piste conditions
- Sweet top sheet
- Hard to establish a consistent turn shape in mixed terrain
- Not hardpack friendly
- High speeds
There are two distinct markets for Line's Pandora: soft snow fanatics who love a ski with great float and the ability to maneuver well in off-piste conditions, and relative deep snow newbies who just want to glide above it all.
Line's Pandora is a big mountain with superior float and maneuverability in off-piste conditions.
Talk about an open slate of opportunities, Line’s Pandora is one of those unique skis that will satisfy long-time powder fanatics, and also ease the entry of less-seasoned skiers just discovering the magic of fresh snow. The secret is the ski’s ability to float, and remain maneuverable in off-piste conditions when other skis may dive or rail.
Setting long off-piste arcs and hard snow edging are not near the same par. A true soft snow performer for lots of abilities, put Pandora on your playlist if your only aim is soft snow.