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Nimble and light, the Line Sick Day 110 Ski delivers intuitive feel as you head from the powder to the hardpack and back. Line built the Sick Day 110 to be as versatile as possible. With a 110mm waist and an Early Rise tip for easy turn initiation and effortless float, this ski is meant to expand your thinking of how fun and varied a day on the mountain can really be. Designed with Capwall construction, the Sick Day blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall.

The 110's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow. Line engineers also gave the 110 a Maplelite Macroblock wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reducing swing weight. ThinTip technology reduces unnecessary weight, and Directional Flex technology varies flex to allow for easy turn initiation while still providing power and stability at speed. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and infinite turn shapes.

  • Early Rise tip and tail
  • Capwall construction
  • Maplelite Macroblock core
  • Directional Flex
  • ThinTip technology
  • Early Taper
  • 110mm underfoot width
  • 5Cut geometry

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What would be a good versatile mounting point for these? I am going to use them as my main year round ski unless it is really deep and ill use my rocker2's (mounted +3.5). I have always liked to mount my skis between +2-+5 depending on the ski. Im going to mount them with dukes for mainly resort skiing, with a bit of backcountry around the PNW. Thoughts? I've heard that line generally chooses mounting points that are already forward of where other companies would place their recommended line?

5 5

Great all mountain ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These skis go from the cord to the backcountry with ease. Had 14 days on the mountain on them with no complaints at all.

Having a hard time deciding whether to buy the 172 Bacon or 172 sick day for my son as his big mountain/powder ski. He is light enough that I know they will both work for big mountain. What is the real difference between the two skis? Many thanks!

Thank you skifreak the Bacon it is. He loves to ride switch.

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One of the questions you need to have an answer to is does he ride switch, land switch, take off switch and all that. The Sick day does have a rockered tail but not near enough to be wanting to do a lot of switch riding. The sick day will have more of a directional feel where the bacon is very symmetrical and jibby feel to it.
Sir Francis Bacon carves a tighter radius arc, tips and tails are pretty soft with a stout center.

Stability is a toss up but I would give an edge to the Sick Day series due to the directional feel and more stable tail for support in crud.

I think it depends on his age as well. Younger will have a tendency to say Bacon, older SD110.

1 5

not good for telemarking

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i have been telemarking in colorado for while, and bought these skis for hut trips. they work great for skinning UP the hill, but the best i can say is that making tele-turns coming down feels awkward.

i reached out to line several times asking if i was sized wrong or should maybe mount my bindings at a different spot and got ZERO response. poor form in my book, and i would prefer to ride with equipment made by someone that cares about (or at least acknowledges) their customers.

Any thoughts on the Line Sick Day 110 vs the Rossi Soul 7's as one quiver skis? How bout the Sick Day 95's? I'm 6'1 about 195, 47y.o., so not quite as aggressive as I used to be, but still enjoy most everything on the mountain. I would rate myself as advanced, but not expert(I'll ski double blacks safely, but not pretty). Currently skiing on some OLD 180 Atomic skinny skis. Any thoughts and size recs greatly appreciated!

Hi, what length would you recommend for this ski?
I'm 5'8, 145 pounds and advanced skier. I ski mostly Mt Hood Meadows, Oregon, about 30-35 days a season. I like skiing trees, powder, bumps, and groomers in that order. My skis which got a lot of mileage are
Blizzard Magnum 8.1ti 172cm,
Head Peak 78pro 171cm,
Head Peak 90 170cm,
Elan Spire 174cm.

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179cm is my vote, it might seem a little long at first but being that it's probably more directed at being your powder ski the 172cm will feel short. There is a fair amount of tip rocker in this series with some tail rocker as well.

If you prefer skiing at slower speeds, and always make quick turns in tight spaces, love the moguls, and don't think of yourself as an aggressive charger then 172cm would work well for you.

Comparing to what your other ski sizes are its normal to size up a bit on powder oriented skis with rocker. Age can change my opinion on sizes sometimes too.

Hope that helps.


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Thanks for the feedback! Very much appreciated.


5 5

Favorite ski for sure!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm really stoked on the Sick Day 110. I am grateful to have had a small hand in designing it, but it came out better than I could have hoped. I tour on this thing everyday, and have yet to find a condition that it sucks in. Deep pow? Check. Corn? Check. Manky chop? Check. Bullet proof? Check. Stacked trees?Check. Open Bowls? Check.

It's a super light and nimble ski, great for arcing through trees, but the pintail shape also lets you run a straight line in confidence.

It's billed as a slarver, but I mount them a little foreword (about an inch) so it craves well too. There's probably a fine line on the mounting point, where you can create a ski that carves well, but also slides around as you need, making it truly versatile.

Bottom line, I feel like a ninja on these shred sticks!

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Max! Thanks for the sick review. Did you get them in a 186 or 179? I just bought them in a 186 but am planning to put dynafits on them, so thinking maybe I should switch them out for a 179? My previous ski was a 182 sir francis bacon with no early rise tip, and i loved that length.

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Alan, I ride the 186, but the 179 will ride really close to the 182 Bacon. The Sick Day will ski a little longer than the Bacon due to the shape, specifically the tail contact compared to the Bacons. BUT, the 186 is surprisingly nimble! Kind of a toss up, but I always find that a little longer is a little more stable, and I haven't found too many situations when I thought I wanted a shorted skier, but often wish I had a little more length. Hope that helps.

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Im 6'3" , 195lb, Intermediate to advanced skier back after a long hiatus. Recently got the Line Sick Day 95 in 179cm. Have not mounted them yet. Is the 186 a better choice? Want a ski that is lighter, more fun and easier to ski then my Rossi Experience 98 in 180cm which wear me out after a few days of charging it. I want to start spending more time venturing of piste. My buddy recommended the 179, but i'm still wavering. Mainly want to have stability when on piste at speed yet turn with ease off piste in tight places.

Also, what is your opinion on mounting the 95's?


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Max and JG,
Thanks for the comments. I'm "ski the east" due to my location here in VA I primarily hit the east (Snowshoe WV) which is groomers but also with good pow in the trees as well. I need to graduate (get rid of) my 169 (89 underfoot) Head Oblivions.
I tried the Sick Day 98 out in Utah last month and loved them, and want something that is better for off cord conditions that I can ski out west in BUT also use for that West By Gawd Va conditions (cord and groomers) as well. The 98 not really giving me much more than what I have now so I'm really considering the 110's. I've reviewed this in comparison to the Soul 7 and I 'think' that this is the better direction for me ?? (comments appreciated). I want a ski that I can take to Utah and ride the pow but one that will not chatter to bad on the long groomers here in the east.
Also - I am making notes on where to mount the bindings.. probably regular position for skiing the east but also having the versatility to go off trail at Alta ?!?!?!?!