2015/2016 Line Pandora 110 ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its women’s Powder Category and awarded it an Editors’ Choice honor.

Yes, the 110-mm-waisted Pandora received its lowest scores for carving and highest for stability and float, but testers noticed an increased versatility in the 2015/16 model. “This is a well-rounded, forgiving ski for the category,” says Kelly. “It floats beautifully and carves through choppy bumps.” Line’s widest women’s powder ski has a full aspen core (lightened slightly from last year) plus a combination of cap and sidewall construction over the edges. A Directional Flex includes a soft-flexing early rise thin tip and a stiffer, narrow tail. Line says the Pandora 110 is designed to transition from pow to hard pack, and testers say it’s not just marketing: “Dig the nimble transitions between tight trees, variable snow and the groomers,” says Van Deursen. “It’s playful and dynamic in all terrain.”