2022 Line Vision 98 Skis

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Line Vision 98 Skis

The Line vision 98 is a sweet-spot ski that offers a versatile, lively and energetic ski experience all over the mountain, and enough efficiency for those who want to go run up some skin tracks in the backcountry. The vision 98 is pleasantly light, but it offers a lot of stability for all-mountain skiing as well. Line's Partly Cloudy Core is designed with a blend of lightweight woods that creates an excellent strength to weight ratio leaving you feeling like there's nothing on your feet while feeling like you still have something to put some energy into. On top of the core is Line's Triple Hybrid Construction which are three different composite laminates that add power and stiffness to the ski. With that said, the Vision 98 offers a ton of playfulness and forgiveness and doesn't take very much effort at all to really get this ski to do what you want it to do. Tip and tail rocker let you smear, slash and butter your way through anything you want and early taper on both ends of the ski provides a hook free feel in any snow condition. Overall, just a tremendously fun and easy to handle ski that freeride skiers will truly enjoy. By the same token, you do not need to have a freeride background to enjoy this ski. It's shape and flex definitely cater to a freeride skier with a playful style, but any skier just looking for something with a fairly easy-going personality would have a blast on the Vision 98.


  • Sidecut: 131/98/119
  • Radius: 18 meters
  • Core: Partly Cloudy
  • Triple Hybrid Construction
  • Full Sidewall
  • Weight: 1515 grams per ski
  • Rocker-Camber-Rocker
  • Early Taper
  • Ability level: Advanced to Expert Skiers

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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This is my first ski season. I am rocking some Rossignol pursuit 74 widths 163 cm skis I rented from an outdoor store this season. I feel like I've progressed enough where i want to buy my own first good pair of skis that can handle all-mountain and do well in powder (these current ones suck in powder). I can go down blacks fine if its not too moguly, I really like to go off jumps but havent learned how to do tricks yet but will here soon. Pretty aggressive skier I would say.

I am 5"9 and about 170 with a muscular build. I am looking at the QST 98 169 cm and the Line vision 98 172cm. Which ones do you feel would be the best for my first ski purchase?

Question by: Grant on Feb 8, 2022, 4:02 PM
HI Grant!
QST has more of an all-mountain mentality to it while also being useful in the park. Vision has more of a freestyle focus and doesn't quite get the job done in all-mountain. If you're aggressive, I'd lean to the QST in the 169. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 10, 2022, 4:22 PM
Hi I am an advanced telemark skier considering the vison 98 for mostly southern VT. I'm looking for something on the line between free ride and all-mountain that I can smear around, take in bumps and trees, but still hold an edge on a firm groomer at a moderate speed. I'm 5'10" 180. My question is about what length I should get? I usually go for around 180cm. One of my other setups are nordica soul rider 87 which are the most fun skis ever. I have them in 177 but they ski really short. Almost too short, even with the "traditional mount" I'm wondering if the vision 98 are going to be the same and I should get the 186 instead of 179?
Question by: Matt on Jun 15, 2022, 10:06 AM
Hi Matt!
It's really the weight that makes a difference with the Vision. I think due to the lightness, you could size up to the 186, but I'd still say that the stats put you in the 179. It's a more directional ski than the Soul Rider, so it doesn't ski too short. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert (Admin) on Jun 17, 2022, 8:57 AM

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