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Line Mr Pollard’s Opus 2013 Ski Review

Line Mr Pollard’s Opus 2013

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

178 / 144-118-141 /
185 / 144-118-141 / 17.2
192 / 144-118-141 /

Manufacturer's Description

An Artist on canvas and on Snow,  Eric Pollard Has defined in Skiing Expressionism as a rider with Pro Line Skis for More than 13 years. The all-new Mr. Pollard’s Opus ski orchestrates all of Pollard’s knowledge into a single snow-riding tool that makes the previously impossible freestyle skiing a reality in powder conditions.

Bucking the trend toward fatter-is-better, Pollard slightly narrowed the waist of his masterpiece to 118mm underfoot for versatility and blended the design with Early Rise ™ rocker in the tip and tail for float like a surfboard and agility while riding forward or switch. The skis have the longest effective edge in the powder category due to the shape, which translates into unmatched edge hold through each turn. The top sheet of the Opus is adorned with the Pollard’s own artistic renderings, so you can mount them on your wall in the off-season

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