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Line Supernatural 100 Skis



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Description: Line Supernatural 100 Skis

Deep powder, blown out chop, or hard pack, the LINE Supernatural 100 always steps up and performs, here to give you otherworldly confidence for maximum mountain fun times. Metal Matrix™ technology lends a planted and stable feel in all conditions, so you can lock into groomer turns or slash through powder like a hero. The Supernatural is the best ski for riders looking to have stable turns and control for whatever the mountain may throw at you.

Key Features of Line Supernatural 100 Skis:
  • Sidewall Construction: Ultra-High Density Polyethylene vertical walls over the edges absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission
  • 5Cut™ Multi-Radius Sidecut: FIVE different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel
  • Titanal Metal Matrix™: A metal titanal laminate provides more power & grip where you need it and not added weight where you don''t
  • Thin Tip™: A thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight & tip bounce
  • Core: Maple Macroblock Core - Two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability
  • Dimensions (Tip-Waist-Tail) mm: 132-100-121
  • Profile (Tip-Waist-Tail) mm: 5-4-3
  • Sidecut Radius Avg (M): 21.3
  • Stance Back From Center (mm): -76.5
  • Edge Dimensions (mm): 2.1 X 2
  • Base & Dimensions: Sintered 1.3 mm
  • Ski Construction: Sidewall
  • Top Material: Direct Tech
  • Flex Pattern: Directional
  • Wood Core Material: Maple Macroblock
  • Early Rise™: Tip & Tail
  • Early Taper™: Tip & Tail
  • Mounting Distance From Tail (cm): 79.1
  • Extra Tech &/Or Geometry: Titanal Metal Matrix™
  • Weight (G/Ski): 2068
  • Flex Index: Medium/Rigid

4.7 / 5.0
11 Reviews
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Rated 5 out of 5
"It Looks 'Good' And Travels 'Good'!"
I am 77 years young and consider myself as an experienced skier.On a recent visit to Big Sky UA damaged my K2 Waybacks, and in order to make a Claim I had to purchase new Skis - hey presto my purchase of the "Supernatural 100". I will not comment on all the technical details because I have no knowledge of such things! What I do know is that this Ski is the best "all rounder" that I have tested or purchased in my lifetime.
January 13, 2015
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Ski
never knew line could make a ski that could carve.... I must say the SN100 is amazing to ski. So my opinion better than the Kastle FX 95HP... and if you know who kastle is you will be shocked..... amazing ski, great for absolutely... ive had 5 days on mine and they still look brand new... maybe some people hack their skis? or its a bad pair they got?? all I can say is an amazing ski...
April 28, 2016
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Rated 5 out of 5
Buy These Skis!
Not much more to say about the Supernatural 100 other than it's awesome and one of the most complete skis I've ever had the chance to ride on. Having grown up a racer and having worked as a coach, I was always weary of the stigma that Line was merely a "jib stick". Boy was I wrong. My first experience with Line skis was a little over 2 years ago with the Prophet 90. While that too was a great ski, it doesn't even compare to the Supernatural 100. This ski is great in all conditions. It'll plow thru crud, float on a few inches of powder and absolutely hammer down on the firm days. It's incredibly easy to roll over and allows you to make either giant, knuckle dragging GS turns, or shallow, carved out slalom turns. I absolutely love it and would recommend this to anyone looking for a true all mountain ripper. My one piece of advice would be to go a bit longer than you think. I've traditionally been on a 170 - 180 cm length, but went 186 with the Supernatural 100. It skis a bit shorter than it says and isn't difficult to control as you'd expect some 186 cm skis to be.
December 16, 2014
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Rated 5 out of 5
Supernatural Touring ski? Do it.
I badly needed a new touring ski this year and was tired of my super light (aka flimsey) black diamonds. I decided to try out the 179cm supernatural 100 and absolutely love them. I use them with a tech binding for an everyday touring ski. I have a race background and want a solid ski. This is it. Corn, powder, crud, they power through everything with strong, snappy energy at the end of the turn. If you enjoy going into the backcountry for the main purpose of skiing downhill, I recommend upgrading from the lightest setup and mounting up a pair of supernatural with tech bindings. An amazing difference in performance in exchange for a small amount of extra weight.
May 5, 2018
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Rated 5 out of 5
All-Mountain Destruction!
The Supernatural 100 is the perfect one-ski quiver for an all-mountain carver. I was raised on race skis, and this is the first pair of shred sticks built for any terrain that duplicate the stability and pop of a GS ski. It's a directional ripper, and really excels in crud, chop, and nasty conditions. The sidewalls really dampen your vibes out there, so you're not thrown all over the place, but instean feeling just right charging through manky conditions. If you like carving around the mountain no matter the conditions, this is your ride!
July 30, 2014
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Best 1-ski quiver!
If you could only have one ski (o.k. a pair), this is it! I've been on Line's since their onset on this is the most complete ski yet. Strong enough to carve big racer turns but has plenty of float for B.C. Heliskiing! Whether you're ripping hardpack at the Resort or dropping big lines in the backcountry, this is your ride!
October 25, 2017
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
A 100% agreement with all the other reviewers who loved the all around versatility of this ski. I've always had a quiver of at least three race skis and a pair of powder specialty skis, and bought this ski in a 186 as a inbetweener after testing 4 or 5 other brands. I found myself skiing on it most of the time when I didn't have the energy to ski all day on my WC GS race skis or there were two many mobile obstacles on the slopes for my SG's. If I go to Europe it will be the only ski in my quiver. But make no mistake, this (or any other all a rounder) is no Head WC GS race sk! One need only to feel the energy in the real thing to tell the difference. And I'll never give that feeling up until they put me in a pine box.

ps" If you are having issues with topside damage fix your boot alignment!
October 12, 2018
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Ripping, Stable Ski
This is my everyday ski. Super stable on hard pack and still floats just fine. I read the comments about durability below. I have 30+ days on my red ones and no issues at all. Also, it might be hype or reality, but I believe the supernatural sidewall is what makes this ski so stable. It's cadillac in the chunder.
December 13, 2015
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Quiver Of 1 !!
I work for LINE in the Southwest. The New Supernatural collection is an awesome addition to LINE's All Mtn offering. If you're looking for a ski that can rip on hard pack, (east coast or west coast) and still floats through powder, this could be the ski for you. The 100's 5 Cut sidecut + Metal Matrix keeps this ski stable and light while carving past your bro on his water skis, + 100 mm waist combined our Early Rise rocker technology allows you to float smoothly past the same bro as his skis attempt to push their way through the powder. If you ever skied the Prophet 98 or 100, this is a more stable, more carve-able, more ripping and updated, (sidewall, early rise, thin tip + more) ski for finicky skier looking for performance in all conditions.
August 11, 2014
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Rated 3 out of 5
Ok, Major Construction Issues
I've never been one to hate on made in china products, but this ski is something else. Though it skis pretty well and overall is a fun ski, after three days of skiing I am experiencing massive topsheet delamination and splintering around the brakes and near the toe piece. My friends 10 year old rossignols have at least 100 days on them, but no where near this degree of damage. Line needs to revolutionize their quality control if they don't want to drown along with K2.
January 13, 2015
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