A Sir Francis for your Sir Half-Pint.
Oh, happy day! The Line Kids' Sir Francis Bacon Shorty Ski has the same technology and features as the adult version that Eric Pollard rides. Early rise tip and tail and a true asymmetrical twin tip profile make this ski just as smeary and surfy in pow and easy to ride switch. A tapered shape prevents tip hooks and tail washouts, and a five-sidecut radius makes it infinitely versatile, as adept at tight turns as it is at long, sweeping arcs. The 4D Fibercap construction adds durability while keeping weight in check. And the Fatty base and edge add burly strength to withstand wild-child abuse.
- Early rise tip and tail with classic camber underfoot
- 4D Fibercap construction
- Aspen Macroblock wood core
- 107-millimeter waist
- Early taper sidecut
- Large 5Cut sidecut radius
- Symmetric flex
- Real Twin Tip
- Extruded Fatty base and edge
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Any reason my wife at 5'7" and 135 pounds...
Any reason my wife at 5'7" and 135 pounds can't ride the 165cm of this ski?
My girlfriend, same height and weight just bought the 165cm, and my buddy's girl, a little shorter, loves here pair of 165's, I say go for it!
My 12 year old so. Is interested in these...
My 12 year old so. Is interested in these skis. He's wen skiing since he was 3 and is comfortable in all conditions and steeps. He is 5'1" and 88lbs. We live in east but ski out west once per year. He has no just got interested in skiing in the parks. Any suggestions on length or general ski recommendations.