Specs

Type: Park & Pipe, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Camber
Waist: 85mm
Construction: Cap
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Line Celebrity Skis - Womens

Put the fun back into the groomers. This super light and nimble construction feels like your skis are an extension of your feet for easy, intuitive control like no other.

Key Features of the Line Celebrity Skis:
  • 4D Fibercap™
  • Fivecut™
  • Fatty Base & Edge™
  • Aspen Macroblock™
  • Directional Flex™
  • Lengths cm: 147, 157, 167
  • Shape mm: 115-85-112
  • Profile mm: 0-5-0 (Tip Early Rise/Camber/Tail Early Rise)
  • Sidecut Avg. m: 13.7
  • Stance mm: - 67
  • Weight Pair/g: 2,520 (157cm)

Celebrity


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I just purchased the Line Celebrity skis (the pink and white ones) and I was wondering what kind of bindings and boots would be compatible with these skis? I wear a size 6 shoe and my skis are 147cm.
Jeanna H on Dec 22, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Jeanna!

Binding and boot compatibility has more to do with the skier than the skis really. Boot selection should begin with size, type of skier (I, II, or III), type of skiing, last width, and flex rating. Binding selection should start with type of skier (I, II, or III), type of skiing, waist width of the ski, etc.

I recommend using a binding with a break width 5-10mm wider than the waist width of your ski. With a waist width of 85mm on the Celebrity, a break width of 90-95mm will work well.
Here is a good option:
http://www.the-house.com/lk1nx1293wbk15zz-look-ski-bindings.html

In terms of ski boots I recommend figuring out the last width and flex rating you are looking for. Women's Ski Boots:
http://www.the-house.com/ski-boots-womens.html
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 23, 2014
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can a woman ski with a mens ski?
A shopper on Dec 16, 2014
Best Answer: Hi!
It is absolutely possible for a Woman to ski on a Men's ski... though you may not want to. A Women's specific ski will be lighter weight, have softer flex, and a forward mounting point. The transition to a Men's ski will mean it will take more inertia to turn and cut. It will also require adjustments to your balance point. If you are an aggressive skier or not super light... they will work (be really careful of your size choice).
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