Line Skis released its roundup of 2018-19 skis by Eric Pollard

Line Skis released its roundup of 2018-19 skis by Eric Pollard

Eric Pollard has been skiing and designing for Line Skis for over 15 years and the industry veteran shows no signs of slowing down. Originally getting into ski design to develop a ski catered to his specific, surf-like style, Pollard is back for the 2018-19 season with a roundup of planks for the off-piste powder hounds, park rats and everyone in between.

Redefining what it means to ride a directional powder ski, the Pescado’s massive footprint, soft flex and signature swallow tail puts this ski in a category all its own. The Pescado is shaped and hand drawn by Eric Pollard himself, who has dedicated the last ten years of his career to focusing on powder ski design.

The name Mordecai in Hebrew means “warrior” and that’s exactly what you’ll be on the mountain wearing the 2018-19 Mordecai skis by Eric Pollard. With the perfect amount of early rise to keep your skis afloat and just the right amount of early taper to cut down on drag, the Mordecai is the ultimate quiver ski for all over the mountain. Equally at home on an untracked open face as it is in blown out crud, the Mordecai provides the right amount of support for any occasion.

From gladed terrain to wind lips to high-alpine jump sessions, the Sir Francis Bacon’s main objective has always been to provide its rider the most fun on the entire mountain–and this year is no different. No matter the snow conditions, this versatile 104 mm underfoot all-mountain freestyle powder ski will take you anywhere you want to go, any day of the season.

In a category he helped define, the Magnum Opus is Eric Pollard’s most refined, balanced freestyle powder ski to hit the market. With almost a symmetrical shape, fluid flex and a catch-free feel, the Magnum Opus gives you a smooth, playful ride on every part of the mountain–no matter the terrain.

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