The Line Prophet Flite returns newly redesigned this season. This very light and poppy ski has a narrow waist this season, making it slightly quicker edge to edge without losing any versatility. The Maple Macro Block Construction gives the Flite strength and power without being overly heavy. Early Rise has been added to the tip and the tail, helping the Flite engage turns on the hard pack quicker, float better, and be a more stable ride when things get a little choppy or cut up. At 85mm underfoot the Flite can kill it on the groomers, give you a stable landing platform for big hits in the park, and float in some light pow. Fatty Base Edge is a 30% thicker base and edge the increases the durability to weaken the blows caused by rocks and increases the tuning life of the ski. The Line 5 Cut Side cut gives you 5 different sizes of side cut radius shapes all mixed into one giving you more control at all different sized turns. The New Line Prophet Flite is a great ski for someone looking for a light and poppy all mountain twin tip that can play in the park rule the groomers and tackle some light powder.
4D Fiber Cap Construction
Maple Macro Block Construction
Fatty Base Edge
5 Cut Side cut
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This is my first pair of twin tips and they work very well for my style. Overall they perform well everywhere on the mountain including park. The only major problem I've experienced with this ski is how out of control they can be when, and only when, on ice.
Hi Thom here with the Line Prophet Fltie. This guy gets a 4 out of 5. It's a really lightweight ski. It's got a whole lot of pop to it, it's just a fun playful ski. It's not really going to be stable enough for your expert level or you advanced skier whose really charging but you intermediate through advanced intermediate type skier that wants something predictable laid back but has energy when they really drive it through the turn this is the ski.
Hey this is a Tyler here with the Prophet Flite. Proably going to to give them a 3.5 out of 5. I found that this ski lacked stiffness a little bit. Didn't really hold an edge as well as some of the other Prophets in the series did. Being 85 underfoot difference between that and a Prophet 85 is that this doesn't have the metal in it. It kind of makes it a lot more flexible and really didn't hold an edge like I wanted it to but I'd say it would be a great beginner to intermediate ski. Gets you into the Prophet series for someone that's ready to rip.
Hey there Sean, I just got done skiing the Line Prophet Flite ski. I give this ski a 3 1/2 out of 5 stars. It's a very fun ski that can take you anywhere on the mountain that you wanna go. If you want to go on groomed runs, if you want to go in any of the bumps, it still gives good hold. Had a lot of edge hold on it, it was easy to initiate turns, it gripped really well. All over just a very fun ski to go play around on the mountain with. I give this ski a 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Kevin, I just got off the brand-new Line Prophet Flite. I give this ski 4/5 stars. Good solid offer from Line, little bit narrower then the last couple years Flite. You go to 85 at the waist now, but still a very solid all around ski, full cap so very forgiving. For that intermediate to advanced level intermediate skier looking for a good solid all mountain ski that can pretty much do it all 4/5 stars.
Hey, this is Luke, just finished skiing Lines Prophet Flite. Give this ski 4/5 stars. I think its definitely a ski thats gonna be a little more geared for your lighter weight individuals, or your average, intermediate skier. Just very playful ski, very easy to hook turns up, has pretty solid edge grip. You can still carve this on hard pack, just a nice, easy, fun twin tip. Can really kinda go anywhere with this ski, check it out.
Hey my names Hunter, I just got off the Prophet Flite 85, and i give this ski 4/5 stars. I like it for your advanced intermediate skier, because it's lightweight. It's forgiving, but has a lot rebound, and pop, springs you out of the turn. A great ski for the money, and geared towards your all mountain ripper instead of a strictly park skier.
Hey guys, Josh here, with the Prophet Flite, this is an alright ski. I'm gonna give it 3 1/2 stars, out of 5. What this ski lacks, is the stiffness to hold an edge on big, fast turns. I'd say if you wanna get into this ski, it be more of a beginner, intermediate ski. It be cool to play around with in the park. Its kind of a cool price point ski, gets you in a Line, pretty expensive ski but.
Hi I'm Brandon, I'm here with the Line Prophet Flite. I give this ski a 3 1/2 out of 5. The only reason I took the points away is because going edge to edge it was a little bit sloppy for me. For an intermediate skier it's definitely still be a really solid ski. Especially if your looking to get something that's a little wider underfoot. It will take you through the crud on the hill, mushy snow, and also carve for you pretty well. It was just a little bit soft on the edges so that's the only reason I took points off, but overall a good ski and I give it 3 1/2 out of 5.
Hi I'm Charlie, I just off the Line Flite. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's a great intermediate to advanced ski. It's got tons of pop to it for that middle of the road skier. Great all mountain ski it really wants to make turns, and it holds, tons of edge grip.
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