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The new Supernatural 108 from freeride and freestyle 'new skoolers' Line Skis is a hard charging, solid power tool for epic powder days, blasting back home on the groomers and everything in between. A big hit on test in Kuhtai, Austria

line supernatural 2015 ski review
Level
Advanced
Best for
All mountain versatility for good skiers with a preference for the powder
Price
£470
lengths
179, 186
Off-piste
8
Low speed
6
Value
7
On-piste
7
High speed
8
Overall Score
9

American freestyle and freeride ski company, Line, was founded in 1996 right at the birth of the sports reincarnation of coolness.

Today, although the skis are no longer manufactured in someone's garage - they still hold to the same philosophy of pushing the boundaries of freeskiing to their limits.

The Supernatural 108 is a freeride ski that would comfortably fit into an all-mountain class. Their consistent scores across our various categories on and off-piste made a solid impression on our team.

'They handle well in the powder, but you have to really ski them', commented one of our testers referring to the fact they are certainly aimed at the higher end skiers.

As expected, they don't make super short turn shapes on groomed runs, but they do perform surprisingly well. 'Really nice edge hold during long radius turns and felt smooth and fun to ride on down the piste', said another tester.

Downsides? They demand a strong skier to maximise their potential and perhaps lack a little liveliness in tighter spots.

Would suit more powerful riders who want a strong all mountain ski to play on in all conditions.

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