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Eric Pollard has been one of the most hands on pros, and revolutionary when it comes to ski design. His personal powder ski the Line Mr. Pollards Opus has quickly developed a cult following especially in the Pacific North West. With an ample 118mm under foot and a generous amount of tip and tail rocker with camber underfoot, the Opus can charge and smear the pow with the best of them. The 5 Cut and Early Taper Side Cut, makes the floatability and smear ability as dreamy as the pillows that stack up at Baker every season. The Thin Tip is lower and lighter for better planning in the soft stuff and a reduced swing weight for spinning off of an backcountry booter. The Opus as it is known has a Symmetrical Flex, switch pow laps anyone? The Line Fatty Base Edge is 30% thicker and stronger that will help you deter core shots, and lengthen the tuning life of your new pow slayer. If you are looking for a ski that loves the deep and bottomless pow the Line Mr. Pollards Opus is the right one for you.


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  • Full Vertical Sidewall
  • Early Rise Tip and Tail
  • Early Taper Side Cut
  • Thin Tip
  • Maple Marco Block Construction
  • Symmetrical Flex
  • Fatty Base Edge
  • 5 Cut Side Cut
  • Now Available in a 192cm



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Ski Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: Side Country / Backcountry
Type: Powder Skis (111+)
Bindings Included: No
What Binding is Included?: None
Binding DIN: N/A
Binding Weight Range: N/A
Waist Width: 118mm
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 144/118/141 (@185cm)
Tail Profile: Twin
Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Turn Radius: 16-20
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 17.2 (@185cm)
Construction Type: Sidewall
Core Material: Wood
Base Material: Sintered
Used: No
Titanium: No
Special Features: Early Taper Side Cut
Special Features: Early Rise Tip and Tail
Warranty: One Year
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2013
Model Number: A1203001178
Product ID: 273020
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Line Mr. Pollard's Opus Skis

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Hi I'm Charlie, I'm with the Mr. Pollards Opus. I give this ski 55 stars. It's a great wide ski for doing the backcountry bowls. With the rocker on it, it's really playful you can do just about anything from playing in the park. It's a really good ski I give it 55 stars.
 
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Evan here, just got off the Line Opus, I give this ski 45 stars. Not exactly the conditions today that this ski was made for, but still as is on hard pack it held up. Held up, and was very stable, still forgiving tip and tail. Would be a good powder ski, but still that mid day crud, it would just chomp right through it.
 
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Hi Thom here with the LIne Mr. Pollards Opus. I give this a 5 out of 5. In my opinion this is one of the most versitile powder skis that exsist right now. 118 underfoot so you've got a all the float, all the powder perfornance you need it can slash and smear a turn this thing really blows your mind when conditions get cruddy or choppy or even on groomers. It engadges super easy, it drives a turn hard, it holds an edge well. Little chattery at high speeds on hardpacked on crud but I mean thats not something that is bad, it just means it's going to be more playful in the soft stuff. Really anybody from your intermediate all the way up through an expert skier that wants a ski thats going to handel all condtions but be geared towards off pist skiing your going to love this.
 
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Jeff here, Line Mr. Pollards Opus. Don't get this confused with Mr. Hollands Opus, great movie don't get movie dont get me wrong. This ski also does something great. It skis awesome. 5 out of 5 stars with almost being like a symetrical big pow ski you're on a 141 118 with a 144 in the back, it's awesome. I can't say enough about this thing. Shreads super fun I dont have the type of conditions where I might wanna really go after this, but if maybe I was doing some bowl skiing or some blade style I'd probably like this a little bit more. The early rise on it isn't as steap as the Bacon so it's going to be more stiff a little bit stiffer than the SIr Frances which makes it a really fun ski. I'm got myself a little bit of a conomdrum now. I don't know what I want for next year.
 
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Hey, this is Micah, just got off the Line Opus its Eric Pollard's Pro Model. I give it a 45, if I was in powder. So I'm not in powder, so I cant really tell what the skis doing, but super fun, buttery, its very stable, I like the flex on the ski. You can do more then just ride backcountry, but its not the greatest for park, or anything like that, so I give it a 45, I liked it.
 
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Hey it's Hunter here, I just got off the Pollards Opus, and I give this ski 4 12 out of 5 stars. Unchanged from last year except it come in a longer length this year. I love this ski because you can manipulate it. You can make this ski do anything you want. It really is a ski for a skier that wants to be able to ski like they're snowboarding. Tail press, nose press, the combination of the rocker in the tip the taper makes so the ski doesn't hang up. You can slide down the hill sideways, backwards, really anyway you want and have confidence, and bring the skis around. A great ski for the playful skier, not for someone who's looking to go all out charge as fast as they can. Working your way down the hill having fun, it's a phenomenal option.
 
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Hi I'm Charlie, I'm with the Mr. Pollards Opus. I give this ski 55 stars. It's a great wide ski for doing the backcountry bowls. With the rocker on it, it's really playful you can do just about anything from playing in the park. It's a really good ski I give it 55 stars.
 
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Evan here, just got off the Line Opus, I give this ski 45 stars. Not exactly the conditions today that this ski was made for, but still as is on hard pack it held up. Held up, and was very stable, still forgiving tip and tail. Would be a good powder ski, but still that mid day crud, it would just chomp right through it.
 
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Hey I'm Brad I just got of the Line Mr. Pollards Opus. this ski actually really surprised me I'm going to give it a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Being a lighter guy and the ski being 118 underfoot, I expected it to be a little bit slow in the responsivness on the hardpacked was definitely a lot faster responding than I thought Held an edge really well. It's lighter it has not metal in it, so for us lighter guys it works realy well. In the deeper stuff, it's acutally got a lot of tail on it so it gives you a lot of support if you're dropping bigger clifs landing in the back seat and you want something that will really help you stay on your feet. this is a great bet. Definitely for someone who wants to be in the backcountry more so your intermediate to advanced skier, it's soft, it's easy but it's really designed for your side country skier. SO if you're a guy who spends a lot of time out of bounds or wants a ski for the bigger dump day, you're lighter you want something that really is playful and a lot of fun this would be a great ski for you.
 
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Q: hi everyone, looking at getting my hands on a set of these awesome skis. the only question i have is in relation to the size. i am 185cm tall and weigh 85kgs (just under 200 lbs) i am a fairly aggressive skier but would only be using these for powder/bac
Asked : Apr 19, 2013
By : jimmy the hoot, Tokyo, Japan
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A: If you are a pretty advanced and/or aggressive skier, I would recommend no shorter than the 185cm length in the Line Mr. Opus Pollard's. You could potentially even go up to the 192cm length if you intend to use this strictly as your powder and BC ski.
Answered : Apr 20, 2013
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