American manufacturer, Line, have specialised in freestyle and Freeride skis since 1995.
The Pandora is not a new model, but for 2013-14 winter season, it’s been re-constructed with lighter materials. This has made the skis more versatile and responsive without losing any of their power and strength, something this ski has plenty of.
We were impressed with the new Pandora on our 2013 on snow ski test in Austria and for expert female skiers who like to rip it up in the powder, it does the job very well.
Not surprisingly, the skis don’t perform on-piste as well, but take them into the powder and they float through it like a Caique in the Ionian Sea.
This is a ski for big turns on big open powder faces or steep glades through the forest.
This is a ski for women that don’t want to compromise on power. Just one thing to remember, if you open this one up you might just get the wrath of evil descending on you, or at least after a day’s skiing on these, you’ll get the wrath of evil descending on your thighs.