Steel edges seamlessly wrap around the entire tip, delivering superior carving and long-lasting performance
Increasing the thickness of a standard base and edge adds significant durability and impact resistance, and it lets you tune your skis many times throughout the season
High-quality sintered base retains wax and glides easily over snow
Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo
Requires bindings with wide brakes
Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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Line Mr. Pollard's Opus Skis - Men's - 2012/2013 Specs
15 / 17.2 meters
Tip and tail rocker
150 - 180 / 170 - 200+ pounds
Recommended skier weight
Line Mr. Pollard's Opus Skis - Men's - 2012/2013
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Rated 5.0/5 based on 2 reviews
Rated 5out of5
by mmm50fromGreat SkiGreat in powder and chop. Heavy, but agile and skis lighter than it is.
Date published: 2013-03-21
Rated 5out of5
by RamseystevefromSurprisingly versatile for a big wide skAbout me: 57 Years old, 5'6" 160lbs in good shape, ski around 50 days annually at Alta.
I bought the Opus' in 185cms as I already have a pair of the Line SFBs in 178cms, so I was really only looking to use these as dedicated powder skis (complicating matters further, the SFBs are terrific powder skis in their own right). Whereas I demoed the SFBs in both the 178 and 184 lengths (loved them both), I didn't have the opportunity to demo these - but my faith in Line was borne out a week after purchasing them when we lucked out with a great late season powder day, only my second day skiing on them. They proved to be as much fun in the powder as I expected, and although not as versatile away from the powder as the SFBs, they were still great fun to ski on the groomers, with surprisingly good edge hold for such a wide board. As with the SFB, the Opuses ski short for their length. Demoing would be the ideal approach as always.
For a shorter, lighter rider such as myself, at this length these are skis that encourage longer turns and reward higher speeds in powder with much great floatation.
Date published: 2013-04-08
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Line Mr. Pollard's Opus Skis - Men's - 2012/2013 Customer Reviews