Call the doctor.
When the allure of untouched powder hits you harder than the stomach bug, reach for the Line Sick Day 110 Ski. After all, it's the only time you'll ever utter the words "fever-inducing" and "110" together. Its versatile design gives you what you need to effortlessly float pow, punch through crud, and rail down groomers with confidence. Furthermore, it boasts a 110mm waist, as well as an Early Rise tip for easy turn initiation and effortless float. And it's designed with Capwall construction, which blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall.
Additionally, 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's 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 reduced swing weight. ThinTip technology also reduces unnecessary weight, and Directional Flex technology varies flex to allow for easy turn initiation while still providing power and stability at speed. And, no ski would be complete without some snazzy final touches, so Line packed in the 5-Cut technology which blends five different sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and infinite turn shapes.
- A versatile ski for powder-hounding fiends
- 110mm width waist offers stability and bossy speed
- Early rise and thin tip floats through powder
- Maple and aspen core is lively and lightweight
- Capwall construction combines sturdy sidewalls with light cap
- Five cut technology enhances control and tightens turn radius
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Are you looking to launch, huck, send or just get playful on the mountain? Look no further! The Line sick days will make skiing easy for you out there! I have put these to the test in many different scenarios. From my experiences on these skis I have found that the ski is great in pow, floats well and has plenty of pop for side hits and big launches on the mountain. In variable terrain the ski handles well especially for being a lighter option. If you are looking for a crud buster or heavier ski I would recommend a different option. However, if you are looking to up your game, send jumps and cliffs, and snag some face shots this is the ski for you. If you have additional questions or need help selecting option for your quiver I am more than happy to assist! please reach out to my direct phone number below!
The 2017 LINE Sick Day Ski Series
Awesomely Awarded Fun Freeride Skis