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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Park & Pipe
Shape:
  • Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Hybrid
Construction:
  • Hybrid
Core Material:
  • Wood
Base:
  • Sintered
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: Line Prophet 90 Skis

An award winning combination of power with a unique quick & snappy feel normally only found on narrower skis. Enjoy!

Key Features of the Line Prophet 90 Skis:
  • Shape mm: 125-90-113
  • Profile mm: 1-7-0
  • (Tip Early Rise/Camber/Tail Early Rise)
  • Sidecut R m: 17.7
  • Stance mm: -85
  • Tip/Tail mm: 60/32

Prophet 90


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Line Prophet 90 Skis
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
adam m: I've been looking for a new pair of skis for a while now.. and I was told that you can never go wrong with a set of Line Prophets. Ready to shred the mountain. Sep 3, 2013
adam m asked: What size bindings would be ideal for a pair of Line Prophets 90's,165 cm? Obviously they are a bit wider than the average ski so I'm curious. I'm 5'10'' 150lbs If that helps with the sizing. Sep 3, 2013
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Jonathan O: It really depends on what you will be doing with the skis. One thing you need to make sure to account for is the waist size of the skis. The prophets have a waist of 90 cm, so any kind of binding you get needs to have at least 90 cm brakes. If you are a park person then you should also take a look at the elasticity of the binding "(the amount of horizontal or vertical movement (mm) the binding will allow before releasing the boot. The more elasticity, the less likely you will pre-release.)" If you like to get air then elasticity will be important.

Almost forgot to mention DIN. DIN is a measurement of how much force is needed for your bindings to release your boot. Height, weight and ability play a factor in this measurement. I am going to guess from your weight and height that you will be anywhere from 5-8 DIN. Most bindings have a wide range DIN, but just another thing to keep in mind while you look.

Cost is another factor. It really comes down to what you want to spend.
My recommendations would be Look PIVOT or Rossignol FKS. Both great, but costly. Look has other models that are a little less of a hurt on your wallet.
Sep 20, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: Binding choice is dependent upon skier type. The Line Prophet 90 skis are great all mountain and park skis so I am assuming that will be your intention. I have used the Salomon STH 12 Bindings. I found that they hold well, are lightweight, and durable. I am 6'5" and 230lbs so I really put them to the test. They passed with flying colors. Check em out here:

http://www.the-house.com/sa1st12100bw14zz-salomon-ski-bindings.html
Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've heard that the P90 skis "shorter" than its nominal length and the recommendation is to go up in size. So for an adv intermediate-expert who is 190 lbs and would normally ski the 172, the 179 is a better choice. Is this the case? Nov 29, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: I would say that the Line Prophet 90 skis are true to size. I typically don't pick my ski length in regards to weight but rather height. I ski a length that is up to my eyebrows to slightly above my head. I enjoy a bit more length in my ski. The Line Prophet 90 is a great ski, really damp, sturdy, and hard charging. Dec 4, 2013
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