The Supernatural 92 Lite from Line is a fantastic ski for the intermediate skier that is looking for a well rounded ski and for the intermediate to advanced skier that is looking for a ski for on and off trail skiing. The 92mm waist is very agile and easy to carve down a groomer, and provide you with ample support for off trail skiing. Line's Maple MacroBlock core has two full length Maple stringers that are surrounded by Aspen that will give you a strong grip on the snow and stability when you want to crank up the speed. The Supernatural 92 Lite is fully equipped with Vertical Sidewalls that strengthen the torsional flex of the ski and smooth out vibrations, due to the fact that Line has added high density polyethylene over the edges. The Thin Tip Construction has thinner wood in the tip to lower the swingweight, improve mobility, and give you a ski that can handle variable terrain with ease. Line's 5-Cut Sidecut shape has five different radius shapes all put together in one ski to enable you to make any turn shape you want with ease. The Line Supernatural 92 Lite will take an intermediate to the next level while still being a very enjoyable ride anywhere you can ski on the mountain.
Side Wall Construction
Maple MacroBlock Core
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Hi, this Hans. I just came off the Line Supernatural 92 Lite. The lite does not have any metal so it's very snappy, really good on short turns. Good rebound but it's also a little bit squirrely on longer faster turns. This is a ski that you can give to an intermediate to advanced skier. I give this ski a 3 out of 5.
2016 Line Supernatural 92 Lite Ski Review by Mike B.
Hey, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the Line Supernatural 92 Lite. 5 out of 5 for this ski. The only difference between this and the regular 92 is they took the metal out of this one so it's going to be a little bit softer. It's great for, you know, a lighter guy or somebody that's looking to go all over the mountain. It excels with high speed turns, medium radius turns. Phenomenal in the bumps. Just a great all-around ski. I can see someone maybe touring with this or telemarking with it as well. It's just a load of fun and it's going to be really for your, I'd say, your advanced-intermediate all the way up to your expert level skier. Line Supernatural 92 Lite - 5 out of 5.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Line Supernatural 92 Lite. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's a fantastic skiing ski for the price and it also makes a great ski for that intermediate to advanced skier who's looking to get into a much more modern shape with a wider footprint and some rocker. It's truly versatile. you can take it both on-trail and off-trail. It skis really well in the bumps and it's just very, very smooth into the turn and stable at speed. For what it is 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Jim. Just got off skiing these Line Supernatural 92 Lite. This is an advanced to an intermediate ski. It was really stable at all speeds. I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars. I got long radius turns and medium and some real quick turns out of it. It was a nice forgiving ski. It had good rebound. This is the Line Supernatural 92 Lite. I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars.
2016 Line Supernatural 92 Lite Ski Review by Jeff A.
Hi, I'm Jeff. I just got off the Line Supernatural 92 Lite. i give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's not as good as its brother that has the metal in it. It's a little bit softer so it would probably prefer some softer snow, some deeper conditions for sure. Line Supernatural 92 Lite - 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Line Supernatural 92 Lite. I'm going to give this thing 4 out of 5 stars. This ski is really going to be awesome for your kind of really athletic or really strong beginner skier up through a solid advanced skier. It's a little bit of toned-down version of the regular 92. So, if goes into the turn real easy. It's not very demanding but with the shape and the kind of modern rocker profile to it it's a super versatile ski. So, again, if you're trying to get a little more off-trail from time-to-time but are still spending a lot of time on hard pack, need something that's carvey but is also super versatile, check out the 92 - 4 out of 5 stars.
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