2022 Line Pescado Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings

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Line Pescado Skis with Bindings

You might look at the Pescado and think "what's up with that thing?" It has a very pronounced and identifiable silhouette especially when compared to other skis. Aside from just looking really cool, there is actually a lot of practicality backing the Pescado's curvaceous and shapely design. Eric Pollard, Line Skis Athlete and ski designer, developed the Pescado with the intent of bringing the playfulness and creativity-evoking nature of a twin-tip powder ski to something more directionally focused. The overall design of the Pescado was intended to maximize floatation and ultimately to just make powder skiing effortless in a very unique way. The Pescado starts with a fairly lightweight core and a smooth, forgiving flex conducive to floating, surfing and buttering through deep snow, while the construction of the ski is fairly simple, what sets it apart is its shape. A wide shovel with little taper increases the ski's effective edge as well as float. From fore to aft, the ski doesn't taper much at all which usually isn't seen in a lot of powder skis, but thanks to the swallow tail, Line is able to reduce the surface area of the tip while maintaining the ski's effective edge. The cut out in the tail allows the rear of the ski to sit deeper into the snow which lets the front of the ski plane up and out of the snow which lets you stay in a nice forward stance even in deep snow. Due to the pronounced and lengthy sidecut, the Pescado possesses an unsuspecting ability to carve and handle firmer snow. Skiers that want a surfy, playful and unique powder ski that can hold its own even in firmer conditions will love the Line Pescado.


  • Sidecut: 158/125/144
  • Radius: 19.5 meters
  • Core: Partly Cloudy
  • Weight: 1950 grams per ski
  • Full Sidewall Construction
  • Directional Rocker Profile
  • Swallowtail shape
  • Ability Level:
  • Advanced to expert skiers
2022 Line Pescado Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings
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