Line Sick Day 104 Skis · 2022
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The Line Sick Day is an excellent option for those intermediate to advanced skiers looking for something on the wider side without going to a full blown pow ski. It moves away from some of Line's more park oriented offerings, towards the big mountain skiers looking for that true quiver killer. At 104mm underfoot, they're wide enough to float through deep snow, but not so wide that they can't stand up on edge and rip through the firm stuff. With a directional flex pattern and 5 different radii blended into the sidecut, this is a high performance ski no matter where it is on the mountain.
- Early Rise – Rocker in the tip and tail help the ski to not feel like it’s grabbing at the snow, and also helps provide float in deep snow.
- 5CUT Sidecut – Five different turn radii are blended into the sidecut of the ski, ensuring that it feels snappy and responsive at all different speeds and sizes of turns.
- Directional Flex – This flex pattern consists of a slightly softer tip, and slightly stiffer tail, allowing for more stability and control at speed.
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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.
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.
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!