2022 Line Vision 118 Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings
Line Vision 118 Skis with Bindings
The Line Vision 118 is the Big Brother in the Vision series. This fatty freeride floater defies all preconceived notions of weight when it comes to a big ski like this one. The Vision 118 mixes a pleasantly light construction with unsurpassable floatation and undemanding playfulness for a unique deep snow experience inside and outside of the resort. The Vision 118 uses a wood core in combination with Line's THC Construction. In this case, THC stands for Triple Hybrid Construction which consist of layers of multiple different composite materials to add vibration damping and stability to the ski without adding the weight that would come with that of a metal laminate. The Result is an impressively damp and smooth ski for how light it is. A full sidewall construction adds some power to the ski as well. This ski is no noodle, it's fairly rigid for its design and construction, but not too stiff. It's soft enough to pop, butter, and surf around and even has enough of a turned-up tail to land witch in powder. Don't think so? Go ahead and watch Line Athlete, Dylan Siggers, rip around the backcountry with this thing. You'll be quickly introduced to the capabilities of this ski. The Vision 118 is stable enough for endless powder laps at the resort and light enough for the skin track, offering all of the soft snow capabilities you could ever ask for.
- Sidecut: 152/118/138
- Radius: 19.5 meters
- Weight: 1900 grams per ski
- Core: Partly Cloudy
- THC Construction
- Full Sidewall construction
- Early Taper
- Tip and Tail Rocker
- Ability Level: Advanced to expert skiers
All-Mountain • Big Mountain • Powder
It would have the 120mm brake.