Line Vision 108

Line Vision 108
Category: All mountain
Level: Advanced
Brand: Line
Modelyear: 2020
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 142/108/128 mm Turning radius: 19.50 m Weight: 1605 gram (183 cm)
Sizes: 175,183,189 cm
Manufacturers description
Introducing the ski you wish you had yesterday. Stable at high speeds, light in the air, and easy to control, the LINE Vision 108 is innovation defined. The one freeride ski that can slap down pillow stacks one day and explore far out zones the next. The Vision is best for freeriding the entire mountain and then going for a tour after the lifts close. Forged out of THC Construction, you’ll be amazed by the capabilities of this lightweight all-mountain freeride ski.

(Official information from Line)

What do you think about Line Vision 108?
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The best ski in this category is according to Freskier Line Vision 108, which has a wood core of paulownia (emperor tree) and maple that makes the ski really light while the combined laminate of aramid, carbon fiber and fiberglass strengthen the construction and provide a stable ski that should be able to dampen most things. Line Vision 108 works great both up and down. Rider quote: "Really fun skiing all the way down the mountain, it doesn't matter what ground you go on" and "Line Vision 108 is easy as a feather but still gives really good response when carving. Surfy and playful, perfect all-round skiing. ”
Rating: 9.20

Model year: 2020
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About the ski: We tested the brand's new Line Vision 108, a model coming to 2019/2020. Stiff, light and fun or? Hear what our test riders think after driving them. Description from Line: “We present the ski you wish you had yesterday. A freestyle skiing that can mash pillows one day, to explore the high alpine the next day. With the new THC. construction, Line Vision 108 shows what is possible for light skis, stable at high speed, light in the air and easy to shred and slash with, ”according to Line. What is this THC design? By combining three different laminates - aramid, carbon and fiberglass that resonate at different frequencies, Line has created a damping construction that is also lightweight. No bouncy and nervous carbon fiber feeling, but just smooth skiing in a lightweight packaging.

Olle: - A freeride ski that is more lightweight than classic Sir Francis Bacon. On the first ride it felt like a lazy ski that could be played around. Felt a bit soft and flabby as I drove the piste. Outside it was really fun! Soft back and front, hard under foot. Rating 4.

Emma: - It felt good. This is a ski that will suit most people. Easy-going and grateful in most situations, can be pressed at the same time with a bit of a neighbor, but you do not have to knock down a lot of power. Doesn't require lots of skier. It still did well at high speed. Fun to play around and jump, where it did best. Rating 4.

Max: - Soft and playful skiing, fun! Skiing did the job itself! Soft back there to pop around on. I didn't have to put in much effort. We took a turn in the forest edge and went well there, in the piste it got a little worried with the rocker at really high speed. At lower speeds in the piste it was fun, swinging a lot. Rating 4.


Model year: 2020