2017-2018 Line Pandora 110

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Julia Van Raalte reviews the Line Pandora, Blister Gear Review
2014-2015 Line Pandora, 172cm

 

 

Julia Van Raalte reviews the Line Pandora, Blister Gear Review
Line Pandora

 

 

Julia Van Raalte reviews the Line Pandora, Blister Gear Review
Line Pandora – Tip Profile

 

 

Julia Van Raalte reviews the Line Pandora, Blister Gear Review
Line Pandora – Tail Profile

 

 

Julia Van Raalte reviews the Line Pandora, Blister Gear Review
Line Pandora – Topsheets

 

 

Julia Van Raalte reviews the Line Pandora, Blister Gear Review
Line Pandora – Bases

12 comments on “2017-2018 Line Pandora 110”

  1. It’s interesting that Blister says the Pandora is exactly the same ski as the Sickday 110 with a different topsheet. The official Line promotional video clearly takes the marketing line that this is a ski designed specifically for women (see link below).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GtrsIfdVVI

    When you compare the specs on the Line website the skis do appear identical so I am with Blister.

    Should Line not own up and admit that the Pandora is the same ski as the Sickday 110 ? What’s wrong with that ? It doesn’t make it any less a ski.

  2. Let’s see here – Blister says the Pandora is the same as the Sickday 110 and they just interviewed Line’s ski designer Jed Yeiser. Even I can put 2 + 2 together.

  3. Hi,

    I’m 165cms, weigh 70kgs – advanced to expert skier and currently riding on 170cm Volkl Kenjas.

    I have been looking to purchase a more powder specific ski and have been looking at the Line Pandoras for a while but I’ve also recently come across the Moment Bellas and Deathwish. What would be your recommendations? I’m residing currently in Hokkaido, Japan. Slightly concerned with the lack of length that ‘womens-specific’ powder skis are offering

    • Hi Flo,

      Thanks for reading! If you’re looking for a powder-specific ski, I think the Pandora would be a lot of fun, but there are some other skis (especially with a bit more tail rocker) that I’d also recommend checking out. The Moment Bella would also be a fun option, though I understand you may want to go longer for a pow ski. The Nordica La Nina is a blast in soft snow, and does really well in other conditions as well. The Line Mr. Pollard’s Opus is one I’ve skied in Japan that floated beautifully in deep powder, as did the Volkl Shiro. We have reviews for all of those skis on Blister, so check them out and let me know if you have any additional questions! I hope you’re enjoying Hokkaido!

      Julia

    • Hi Teresa,

      We are right around the same weight and height too, and if you’re an expert skier, I’d definitely recommend the 172cm length. I don’t think it would be too much ski for you, and like Johnny said, they are actually a bit shorter than 172cm. Thanks for reading!

      Julia

  4. Teresa, I just bought a pair of the the 13/14 in 172 for my 5’2″ 120b Wife. I measured straight pull tip to tail and the 168cm reported by Blister is dead on. I can’t wait for some snow here at Loveland so she can break these out.

  5. Hey Julia,
    Other websites are claiming that the new 15/16 Pandora 110s actually have changed from previous years. They’re saying they now have a full Aspen core instead of the Maple underfoot… making them lighter than last year.
    Any truth to this?
    … how much change is this gonna make in how it skis?

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