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Line – Supernatural 100
Up there with the Mantra and Enforcer 100, the Supernaturals are truly capable of everything. To place them in some context, they feel slightly livelier in the tail than the other two yet can be skied easier if you’re off the boil. The wider 108 model is new for this year, but we’re sticking with the 100 as our favourite of this ghostly bunch because it gets the versatility balance just right. Even our lighter testers just preferred it over the narrower 92mm and 86mm models, suggesting that the flex and construction suits the 100’s shape and sidecut best. As for all terrain ability, we flung them through trees, off drops and then onto shaded pistes without any indication that they were looking to chuck you off. Classic construction makes the Supernaturals no lightweights – we’d pick something else even for day tours – but that’s what gives them such control and power.