LIGHTWEIGHT, INTUITIVE, AND READY FOR ALL-MOUNTAIN RIPPING
The narrowest option in the Blade Optic Collection, the LINE Blade Optic 92 is designed to rally groomers, charge through crud, and leave other nerds in your wake. With a featherweight feel that enhances edge-to-edge quickness and precision, the Blade Optic 92 is right at home ripping hardpack and those few inches of fresh that fell overnight.
The Blade Optic 92 is the only ski in the Blade Optic Collection that does not harness the power of metal throughout the ski, but don't let that deter you, this award winning ski rips. With the absence of metal, the Blade Optic 92 is more lightweight, nimble, and quicker edge to edge as compared to its counterparts.
|Skier Weight lbs/kg||Skier Height ft/In||Ski Length Expert (cm)||Ski Length Intermediate (cm)|
|100+ / 45+||4'6"+||134||124|
|110+ / 50+||4'9"+||146||136|
|120+ / 55+||5'0"+||159||149|
|130+ / 59+||5'3"+||166||156|
|140+ / 63+||5'6"+||170||160|
|150+ / 68+||5'9"+||177||167|
|170+ / 77+||6'0"+||184||174|
|190+ / 86+||6'2"+||191||181|
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