2022 Line Sakana Skis

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Line Sakana Skis

The Line Sakana has been on the scene for a few seasons now and it is definitely a ski that stops people dead in their tracks just based on looks alone. When you have visionaries like Eric Pollard on both your Athlete and Design teams, you're bound to see some crazy ski ideas come to fruition. The Sakana fulfils all of the characteristics for what we like to call a powder slalom ski: something that turns quick, carves well, but also floats in powder. It's hard to conceptualize an effective design that would truly fit that description, but now you're looking at it. A deep, pronounced sidecut, long effective edge and progressive flex pattern all work together to create a ski that can carve a mean turn as well as shred deep powder. At 105 millimeters under the boot, this ski is much wider than anything you would assume to be a good carver, but thanks to an ultra-wide tip and a swallowtail shape in the rear of the ski, this thing can lay trenches on the groomers. By the same token that substantial width along with a directional rocker profile really allow this thing to float in deep snow. The concept of this ski is crazy, but it works. If you're someone who prefers a shorter carved turn but also like skiing mixed conditions, you don't want to miss out on this ski.


  • Sidecut: 150/105/138
  • Radius: 15 meters
  • Core: Partly Cloudy
  • Weight: 1770 grams per ski
  • Full Sidewall Construction
  • Directional Rocker Profile
  • Swallowtail shape
  • Ability Level: Advanced to expert skiers

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Big Mountain •  Powder 

Big Mountain

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