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Line Sir Francis Bacon Skis · 2022

Line Sir Francis Bacon Skis · 2022

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176 cm
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A staple in our lineup, the LINE Sir Francis Bacon continues to be a favorite among our team and fans alike. Equipped with a versatile 107mm waist width paired with 3D Convex Tech™, the Bacon floats and butters through powder without sacrificing hard-pack performance. Slash through wind lips, butter over rollers, and experience the playfulness and versatility the Sir Francis Bacon has to offer.

Age Group
Includes bindings
Model year
Ski Type
All Mountain
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Rocker profile
Tail profile
Twin tip
Waist width (mm)
All mountain
Symmetric Flex™
Line Sir Francis Bacon Skis · 2022
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Wilhelm Nesterovic
Wilhelm Nesterovic
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Line Sir Francis Bacon skis are highly recommended for anyone who wants to pair a heavenly float on top any type of soft snow with the ability to throw them around in the air like its second nature. Comes with a 107mm waist and a real generous early rise in the tips that brings the contact points closer to the center of the ski, which means it will pick you right up and glide you over deep powder. This also allows it to engage quicker on hardpack so no worries about hitting the groomers for laps on these, even on those icier Midwest days they will hold up no problem. They also have five different turn radiuses blended together into the sidecut which translates into being able to turn very short quick turns extremely easily and effectively. These are GODLY in the trees and in the bumps. If that's not enough, they come from a long terrain park tradition with their symmetric flex, full twin tips, low swing weight, and convex contouring on the base, ensuring that they will absolutely slay if you're nailing jumps, sliding, buttering, or just freestyle fooling around in the park.