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Line Sir Francis Bacon Ski

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    3 Reviews


    Brand new but still delicious.

    What are the two best things in the world? Skiing and bacon, obviously, so it shouldn't be surprising that the redesigned Line Sir Francis Bacon Ski is designed to turn the entire mountain into your deliciously shreddy meat-strip playground. Even though it's named after one of the pioneers of empiricism, the Bacon is all about feel, not science. There's no explanation for way slashing pow, boosting off natural features, and doing it again feels so good, but the new Bacon can do all that and more, with a sleeker 104mm waist, rockered tip, and raised tail that let you float over soft snow, slash giant pow turns, and get as creative as the laws of physics allow.

    Hungry for some air? The new Cloud Core is made of a blend of wood and composite to keep the Bacon ridiculously light (under eight pounds, anyone?), so you can float like a feather and land as quietly (it also makes the Bacon eminently ready for the backcountry). Prefer to dine at high speed on open faces? The full sidewall construction provides powerful edge hold and the longer active edge makes for smooth, predictable performance at highway speeds. No matter your pleasure, the Bacon makes it smooth, surfy, and fun, with Line's multi-radial 5-Cut sidecut that makes turns of any size consistent and predictable, and a symmetrical flex that lets you ski switch as easily as not.

    • Cloud Core (wood and composite)
    • Rockered tip, camber underfoot, and early-rise tail
    • 5-Cut sidecut
    • Longer active edge
    • Symmetrical flex
    • Sintered base
    • Item #LIN001Q

    Tech Specs

    178 cm, 184 cm, 190 cm
    135 / 104 / 131 mm
    Turn Radius
    17.4 m
    rockered tip & tail, camber underfoot
    Cloud Core
    early rise
    Claimed Weight
    [pair, 184cm] 7 lbs 12 oz
    Recommended Use
    freeride, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    It's a Line ski, what more is there to say. This ski has so much pop yet will charge the crud and corn like nothing! Because of it's almost symmetrical I recommend mounting close to center.

    Super fun, and a future touring ski

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was looking to add a light weight, park inspired, kinda-fat ski to my quiver for those days at the resort where you'd rather goof around than ski full throttle all day. I settled on the Sir Francis Bacon after test driving the Sick Day series and their 'cloud core'. The Bacon is remarkably light for it's size, super soft in the nose and very tip of the tail with just enough stiffness under foot to feel bouncy and solid on small and mid sized airs. I find it a bit too soft to really push it in difficult snow or to hold an edge on icy groomers, hence the 4 of 5 star review. However the Bacon excels at the edge of the trail where the snow gets pushed around into natural jumps. Hips, side-hits, rollers, wind lips, kickers...that's where you want to be with the Bacon. It feels weightless on jumps and has a pretty good pop to it. It is wide enough to feel sure footed on natural transitions and landings. The mellow rocker on the tips and tails obviously help in soft snow but also inspire you to get creative with presses and butters. That being said, the light weight construction and forgiving ride make me think that after a year or two at Snowbird, my Sir Francis Bacon is going to end up with some AT bindings on them. They would make for an ideal freeride-y touring ski. I'm 5'9" 145lbs and ski the 184cm mounted ~2cm forward of the recommended line.