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Sometimes a kids' ski needs to totally redesigned to work for the munchkins, but other times it just requires a slight tweaking to be a seriously sick grom-sized powder tool; Line's Sir Francis Bacon Shorty Kids' Ski falls into the latter category. Like the grown-up Bacon, the Shorty features easy-turning 5-Cut geometry, a fully symmetrical flex pattern and twin-tip for easy switch riding, and early rise in the tip to make powder skiing as easy and effortless as falling asleep. It still rocks the same traditional camber underfoot, too, so your half-pint can rip turns on groomers when the powder runs out, and has the big Bacon's extra-thick Fatty base and edges, so you don't have to worry too much about a rock ruining your grom's skis.

The Bacon Shorty's got some of its own flavor too, though. Instead of its big brother's maple core, the Shorty has a lighter aspen Macroblock core for a more kid-friendly flex, and features a 4D Fibercap fiberglass construction instead of a heavier, burlier sidewall design. It also incorporates early taper in the tip, which makes turning in soft snow easier, making powder days that much more fun. One day they'll be big enough for the full-grown Bacon, but the Bacon Shorty's the ride that'll prepare them for that big day.

  • Early-rise tip and tail with traditional camber underfoot
  • Aspen Macroblock core
  • 4D Fibercap fiberglass cap construction
  • 5-Cut geometry
  • Symmetric flex
  • Early-taper tip
  • Fatty base and edge
  • Extruded base

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5 5

Best ski I've ridden on

I have had these skis for 2 years and I love them. these things have helped me to learn to ski a lot harder terrain and can stand up to almost anything. These skis are durable and lightweight so they are easy to carry. I remember one time I hit a rock that was about a foot tall and was very sharp, the skis stood up the the rock well. When I looked at my skis the scratch was tiny so that was great. Overall these skis were the best skis I've ever had.