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Line Sick Day 88 Skis 2020

Line Sick Day 88 Skis 2020


r: 17.4 meters @ 177 centimeters // weight: 1660 grams @ 179 centimeters // Rocker-Camber-Rocker

127 - 88 - 113

Test Locations: Big Sky MT, Stevens Pass WA, Sugarbush VT

The Sick Day 88 is the narrowest sick day in the bunch and shares the same core constuction as the Sick Day 94 – Aspen Macroblock.  And we have to point out the obvious, this ski is a really good deal – sidewall construction, full wood core, tip and tail rocker with camber underfoot for under $400, new.  In the past there were skis with similar dimensions but were a synthetic or mostly a synthetic core.  Like the rest of the Sick Day skis, the 88 is an all-mountain friendly ski that really excels in softer snow or off trail conditions.  It will hold it’s own on groomers, but it’s right at home smearing on the side of the trail.  For more intermediate skiers it’s a great option as a groomer ski, because of it’s large sweet spot.  The Sick Day 88 is a solid ski that’s a ton of fun, not for charging, for having fun.

Aspen Core

Carbon Fiber stringers

Designed by: Line // Built by: K2, China

TLDR: Built for experts, but forgiving enough that an aspiring intermediate can hop on it too.  Ski off trail and you'll love it, only shred groomers you'll want a bit more stability.

Recommended Binding: The Line Sick Day 88's do NOT include a binding, the best never do. 

We recommend a Tyrolia Attack 13 GW with a 95 mm brake.


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