The Line Pescado defines what it means to surf in powder
The Pescado is a directional pow-surf ski from the pen of Eric Pollard and plays in a league of its own. The soft flex, in combination with a large nose and a swallowtail, gives you your very own riding experience in deep powder. Optimised for maximum riding pleasure, the Pescado combines the best of surfing, art and skiing.
A freeride/powder ski for advanced riders. With the 125 mm waist you will float easily in powder. The whole design of the Pescado has been adapted to work perfectly in one direction, forward. Instead of concentrating on leaning back, the Pescado gives you a smooth ride in the powder. Just relax and concentrate on your line.
The tapered directional shape is perfect for backcountry and freeriding. The nose is wider than the tail for controlled turns in any terrain. The offset of the bindings in the direction of the tail (setback) makes the nose a little longer for even more uplift in powder. The swallowtail extends the effective edge at short ski length, for fast, lively turns in the powder. With the 5-Cut™ geometry, five radii are incorporated into the lateral shape of the ski. This makes the ski easy to release from the turn and gives you excellent gliding and turning characteristics.
This ski comes with a classic camber under the binding and a huge rocker in the nose. This keeps the ski extremely manoeuvrable in powder and gives it an enormous uplift. The camber offers you good edge hold and fast power transmission.
With Directional Flex™, the softer nose offers plenty of lift and easy turns, while the stiffer tail provides power, stability and high-speed control.
The Partly Cloudy™ Core is a very light paulownia/maple wood core and offers the best weight to power ratio. The sintered base is an industry standard for high-quality surfaces. It offers a good balance between the speed achieved by a hard surface and good wax absorbance. The continuous sidewall made of polyethylene absorbs vibrations and ensures excellent energy transfer to the edges.
Los esquís suelen entregarse listos de fábrica con la base encerada y los cantos afilados. Sin embargo, esta supuesta puesta a punto de fábrica no es muy duradera con lo que es necesario encerar adecuadamente tus nuevos esquís al cabo de unos días y realizar un mantenimiento periódico.This item can not be shipped to the USA or to Canada
Permisividad, diversión y facilidad de giro
Control de cantos, estabilidad y potencia
Contiene materiales de origen sostenible, bien orgánicos o reciclados
- Artículo nº: 654499
Extruded: low maintenance and extremely durable, ideal for jibbers and weekend shredders
Sintered: hard and fast, but a little higher maintenance, the best choice for powder
Premium: highest quality and speed with carbon/graphite additives
- Paredes laterales: Paredes laterales completas
- Longitud (cm): 180 cm
Cuanto más pequeño sea el valor del radio, más facilidad de giro tendrá la tabla. Sin embargo, un radio mayor proporciona una mayor suavidad a gran velocidad.
- Ancho del nose: 15.8 cm
- Ancho de la cintura: 12.5 cm
- Ancho del tail: 14.4 cm
- Características: Esquí Afilada
- Rigidez: 2
- Flex: suave
- Directional shape with swallowtail
- 5-Cut™ geometry
- Partly Cloudy™ Core
- Full sidewalls
- Sintered 1.1 base
- Directional Flex™
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#morefunner - do we need to say more? Line took the freeski market by storm as early as 1995, picking up on the desire among skiers to simply have more fun. They saw the need for twin tip skis, and set about making it a reality. They have been on top of their game since day one and it comes as no surprise that they are backed up by one of the most star-spangled freeride and freestyle teams on the market.