The Line Soulmate 92 is a great ski for the intermediate skier that is looking for a wider option to allow them to experience more advanced terrain. The Soulmate 92 uses Vertical Sidewalls to improve edge hold on firm slopes and with Line's high density polyethylene over the edges smooth out vibrations over rough terrain. The 92mm waist width has the ability to zip down the groomers, and spend more time off trail than ever before by providing you with stability and flotation. Line's Thin Tip Construction uses thinner wood in the tip to eliminate tip wobble and lower the swingweight of the Soulmate to make it easier to maneuver, especially when you need to make tight turns. A 5-Cut Side Cut uses a different radius that will allow you to make any turn shape you want with ease. The Soulmate 92 is also made with the Maple Macroblock Core that has two full length Maple stringers that are incased in Aspen that add power to your carves and stability at speed. If you are an intermediate skier that want a ski that will take you to the next level both in terrain and speed, the Line Soulmate 92 will be a quick match for you on Tinder, since you both swiped right for a ltr.
Maple Macroblock Core
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Hi, I'm Jessica and I just got off the Line Soulmate 92. I'd give this ski a 3 out of 5 star. It's more of a all-mountain wide board. The conditions today weren't favorable. Also this ski likes to go fast. It performs best when it's pushed to its limits. If you're more of a mellow laid-back skier like I am, it's not going to perform as well going slower speeds or working on your turns. But if you get it up to speed that's when it performs the best. Again, for me, it's a 3 out of 5 but if you're a hardcore skier, this could be it for you.
Hi, I'm Julie. I just got off the Line Soulmate 92. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 star rating. I thought it was a really nice ski, really smooth through choppy and variable snow. Held great at long radius turns. It's definitely able to whip around a short radius turn as well. Again, really stable, really fun ski for an advanced skier. 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Linda. I just finished skiing the Line Soulmate 92. This is a really nice little wider ski. I give it a 4 out of 5. It is a intermediate ski. It's okay on the edge, it doesn't hold it really fabulous but it gives you enough for your intermediate level and softer snow conditions. It's very light. It's responsive and turns very easily. Again, 4 out of 5 for intermediate skiers.
Hi, I'm Brigitte and I just got off the Line Soulmate 92. I give it a 3 out of 5. This ski is like little bit more advanced than for me. It chattered quite a bit and it was hard for me to turn. So, that's why I gave it a 3. But, if you're a better skier then it will work for you.
Q: Would this ski be appropriate for an advanced- expert skier looking for versatility? I ski double black off piste almost all day but do have some fun chill times on black and blue groomers in between
Asked : Aug 05, 2015
By : Prudy, Brisbane Australia
A: The SOulmate 92 is a little skinny for the deepest of powder, but if you are looking for versatility this ski has it. Edgy enough to carve on the frontside, and wide enough for you to have stability and flotation off trail, this would make a great selection for you.