It’s no secret that I love skis. I own 4 pairs of them currently, although I typically only ride on 2 of those pair, with the other 2 pair reserved for rocks days. My weapons of choice, Line Sir Francis Bacons designed the Eric Pollard. This year I’m looking for a powder ski to add to my arsenal. The front runner in my search is the EP Pro, from Line. The EP Pro, designed by Eric Pollard, is a 185 cm beast, boasting slightly asymmetric 153/127/150 dimensions. What does that mean in English? They are wide, really really wide. They are essentially 2 very narrow snowboards. They also have reverse camber. For those of you who don’t speak ski, reverse camber means that instead of the skis having a natural downward curvature, the curvature is upward. This allows the skis to float in powder. The skis look cool too, which is a must. It’s no surprise though, Line skis typically have the coolest graphics in the industry, many of which are based on paintings by Eric Pollard. Check out the gallery at Lifelounge for more of Eric’s (and his wife’s) work, or cruise over to Josh Bryant’s ski shop, Jibij, for a preview of the entire line of Line skis for this season. 5 Months till ski season!