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Brand: Line Skis

LIFE MOVES PRETTY FAST. IF YOU DON’T STOP AND [TAKE A SICK DAY FROM WORK TO SLAY POW] ONCE IN A WHILE, YOU COULD MISS IT” - Ferris Bueller

 

The 2015 Line Sick Day 95 poses a significant threat to workplace productivity everywhere. This exceptionally easy turning 95mm waisted ski allows you to smoothly transition to a wider platform, and enjoy the associated benefits, without overhauling your ski technique. Capwall construction and Fivecut edge technology provide consistent grip on ironclad steeps. Early Taper sidecut, and ThinTip profile in the tail of the Sick Day’s minimize lag in unpredictable, uneven terrain. ThinTip gives both the tip and tail a blade-like feel moving through heavy Spring granular snow. As a result, you’ll fight the snow less, and turn with more confidence. The Line Sick Day 95’s come around in a hurry when you need them to, and without a tendency to inadvertently hook up. If you're looking for an easy turning, versatile ski that will give you the advantages of modern construction techniques, then the Sick Day 95 can’t be left out of the conversation. Life is short. Get a pair… and blow off work to go turn em.

Construction

Capwall - A combination of cap and full sidewall construction. Sidewall is placed directly over the edges for increased edge hold, while cap construction runs the length of the ski helping to reduce weight and increase response.

Core

MapleElite Macroblock - This core is a blend of both Aspen and Maple wood. Maple is placed underfoot for power and stability, and Aspen is located in the tip and tail for easy turn initiation and reduced weight.

Shape

Early Rise - Tip and tail early rise provide the skis with superior float in powder, as well as effortless turn initiation regardless of snow condition.

Early Taper - The skis widest points are tapered earlier to provide a more predictable feel in soft snow, and help eliminate tail hang-up.

Additional Awesomeness

Thin Tip - An incredibly thin wood core and sidewall are placed in the tip of ski for supreme weight reduction.

Directional Flex - Softer tip, Stiffer tail. A softer tip floats better and turns easier, while a stiffer tail provides energy and power.

Binding

The Line Sick Day 95 does not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (backcountry, touring, all-mountain, freestyle etc.). Be sure the brake width and release settings will work for your particular activity. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at TheSkiMonster.com.

Recommended Binding: Marker Griffon.

Features

•  Core Material:  Full Wood - Aspen/Maple

•  Profile:  Rocker/Camber/Rocker

•  Gender:  Mens

•  Tip Width:  130 mm

•  Waist Width:  95 mm

•  Tail Width:  115 mm

•  Tail Shape:  Twin / Rockered Tail

•  Radius:  18.2 m (Average)

•  Ability Level:  Advanced to Expert

•  Binding:  None

•  Warranty:  1 Year

•  Offered Sizes:  172, 179, 186 cm

•  Model Year:  2015

•  This item does NOT ship outside of the U.S.

Line Sick Day 95 Skis 2015

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