Now when you take a “sick day”, your junior shredder can join in on the fun! The Line Sick Day Shorty skis are constructed with beating-the-adults-down-the-mountain performance. The skis are designed with Line’s Maplelite Macroblock wood core, which features both aspen and maple wood. The maple is strategically placed underfoot for supreme stability and response, while the aspen wood is used in the skis extremities for a light weight, easy-turning feel. The Sick Day Shorty is also fully equipped with an early rise tip and tail. This rockered shape allows for optimal float in soft snow an super easy turn initiation on groomed terrain. The Line Sick Day Shorty guarantees to turn any “sick day” into the best day ever!
4D Fibercap Construction - A full cap construction that has 4-directions of fiberglass wrapping around the core. This gives the junior skis a lightweight feel, without sacrificing durability and strength.
Maplelite Macroblock - A full wood core that features both maple and aspen wood. Maple is placed under the binding area for stability, and aspen is used in the ski’s tip and tail for a lighter weight feel and reduced swing weight.
Early Rise - A slight rise in the tip and tail results in easy turn initiation and increased float in soft snow.
Early Taper - The widest point of the ski’s sidecut starts tapering-in early to prevent hooking and allow for smoother turn entry and exit.
2 x 2.15 mm Edge - Pretty standard edge construction. Solid and durable.
Extruded Base - This base material is fast and easy to maintain.
Directional Flex - A softer flex in the tip for better floatation an easy turn initiation, and stiffer flex in the tail for a snappy, energetic feel. The stiffer tail also provides stability and control at higher speeds.
5-Cut Geometry - Line blends 5 different sized sidecuts radius shapes into all of their skis This allows the skier to have the unrivaled control and unlimited turn shapes.
The 2016 Line Sick Day Shorty kid’s skis do 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.