With the Elizabeth, Line have created a ski that, like its sister skis the EP Pro and Sir Francis Bacon is comfortable in the powder, but here we are starting to get a bit more versatility. Essentially this is a fat park ski, Eric Pollard doesn’t ever use normal width skis, even in the park, so this is his jibstick of choice. This means that the ski hasn’t been specifically designed with powder in mind, there is no early rise rocker, no early taper tail, and it’s even a bit narrower, so what you get is a powder ski that you can actually take elsewhere on the mountain.
Width Under Foot: 110
Turn Radius: n/a
Terrain: Backcountry Freestyle
Paul from Line shows us some of the range for 2010:
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