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Line Supernatural 92 Lite 2016

Line Supernatural 92 Lite 2016

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

165 / 127-92-115 /
172 / 127-92-115 /
179 / 127-92-115 / 19.6

Manufacturer's Description

The Supernatural 92 Lite ski is Supernaturally Lite! No metal? No problem! This lightweight, hardpack charging ski rips at an amazing value in a waist width that will handle most anything & everything!

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Reader Ski Reviews of the Line Supernatural 92 Lite 2016
Line Supernatural 92 Lite 2016
Written by Paul Knudsen on 02/23

Skier Height:  5’11” Skier Weight: 180 Skier Ability: Advanced Ski length Tested:  172

Ski Review:  I’ve been skiing the K2 Apache Stryker since 2007.  Great ski, but getting a bit long in the tooth.  I’m older now (68), avoid bumps, but still hit the single blacks and glades.  Not a great ski year in New England, but our local hill makes great snow which even hits some of the glades.  I found the Supernatural Lites very responsive to my level of skiing.  Most notable was when I entered glades (natural snow, un-grooomed) and when the trail got straight and not so steep.  On the straight, my K2s tend to wobble, especially under my weaker left knee.  Not so the Line ski.  Very stable.  In the glades, the Line skis moved with my thoughts.  I hit the same glade that afternoon with my K2s and found I really needed to work them through.  Finally, and probably a confession on my abilities, the K2s seemed to be throwing me into the “back seat” unless I paid close attention.  I felt very balanced on the Line Supernatural Lite.  As I say, I’m a bit older now, not as powerful as I was even ten years ago.  I’ll be purchasing a pair of the Supernatural Lites - it was just so enjoyable to ski them.

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