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Line Sick Day 104 Skis · 2022 · 179 cm

Line Sick Day 104 Skis · 2022 · 179 cm

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179 cm
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Featuring Carbon Magic Finger Filaments combined with a lightweight aspen core, the Sick Day 104 can take you from deep in the backcountry to first chair groomer turns. Versatile, stable, and ready for whatever you can throw at it, you’re guaranteed to have a pretty sick day on this ski, no matter the conditions.

Age Group
Includes bindings
Model year
Ski Type
All Mountain
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Rocker profile
Tail profile
Partial twin tip
Tail width (mm)
Tip width (mm)
Turning radius (m)
Waist width (mm)
All mountain
Carbon, Wood
Directional Flex
Expert product review
Ski Expert Nicholas Carnazzo
Review by Curated Expert Nicholas Carnazzo
The Line Sick Day 104 is the perfect ski for a rider that likes it all. It performs best on steeper terrain and in a little deeper snow; but it always left me with a smile on my face no matter where I was on the mountain.
High Speed Stability
Turn Ease
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Line Sick Day 104 Skis · 2022 · 179 cm
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Wilhelm Nesterovic
Wilhelm Nesterovic
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Aspen lite wood core with a medium-short turn radius and ultra-low swing weight in those rocker tips for easy navigation in the trees. This one is nice and stiff in the directional flex pattern with reinforced carbon - its meant for someone who wants power and control throughout its entire length, and responsiveness on top of that! The softer tips float nicely but don't bang around when clocking higher speed thanks to the carbon strip and initiate turns quite easily, while the stiffer tail gives you a finger on the pulse with stability and control precision.

Gus Catlin
Gus Catlin
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This ski does a good job balancing stability and variable snow performance with a lightweight and playful feel. It is set up for more directional skiers but feels comfortable in the air or skiing in a more relaxed playful style. It would make a great 50/50 resort/backcountry ski.

Michael Dobson
Michael Dobson
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Great ski for intermediate - expert level skiers looking for a medium flex ski that can do it all from the backcountry to the resort. If aggressive and playful is your style, then the Line Sick Day is your answer!