Line Sick Day 104 Skis



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Item code: 360416

 Dimensions for 179cm

Length (cm) Tip (mm)Width (mm) Tail (mm)  Radius   Weight (kg)    
Skier Weight (kg)  Skier HeightSki length Expert (cm)  Ski length Intermediate (cm)

Every day on these skis is going to be a sick one, designed to give you performance across the whole mountain in any conditions the Sick Day 104 is truly a versatile ski. Its stiffer flex means it’s a responsive ski, ideally suited to intermediate skier you ride with a little more aggression. One of the standout features of this ski is the Carbon Magic Fingers, these are carbon stringer which run the full length of the ski to increase stability and response without impacting the overall weight of the ski. Head deep into the backcountry or get the first lift and make tracks on untouched groomers, this ski can do it all

  • Collection: Sick Day
  • Skier ability: Intermediate
  • Terrain: Freeride
  • Shape: Directional ski with a -71.7mm stance and a tapered tail
  • Profile: 12mm lift at the tip, 4mm camber in the centre and 6mm lift in the tail
  • Early rise and early taper in the tip and tail
  • Flex: Medium to Rigid Directional Flex
  • Construction:
  • Core: Aspenlite
  • Carbon Magic Fingers
  • Sidewall: Capwall
  • Edges: 2.1mm x 2mm
  • Topsheet: Hardcap TPU
  • Base: Sintered 1.3
  • 5CUT Sidecut 17.7
  • Thin Tip
  • Please note: Bindings are not included with this purchase
Directional Shape: This directional ski gives you the best performance when the tips are pointed downhill, the shape is direction due to a setback, tapered tail, directional flex and profile

12 – 4 – 8 Profile: This profile is perfect for freeride skiing thanks to the 12mm rise in the tip, allowing the ski to easily float over powder. 4mm camber in the centre of the skis provides power, stability and great edge hold

Early rise in the tip and tail: Featured on a large proportion of LINE skis early rise in the tip and tail gives the ski lots of lift in deep powder. By bringing the contact points closer the centre the ski engages with your movements quickly for carving down the hardpack

Early taper in the tip and tail: This sidecut is tapered at the widest point to prevent hook ups in powder

Medium to rigid directional flex: Directional flex varies along the length of the ski with a soft tip and stiffer tail. This flex allows the tips to glide over deep powder whilst power, control and stability comes from the tail

Aspenlite Core: This core is made with 100% Aspen wood which is lightweight and gives the ski a nimble feel underfoot. By using a single species of wood, the Sick Day 104 give you consistent flex and response for a reliable feel

Carbon Magic Fingers: Carbon stringers are placed along the full length of the ski to increase the durability, stability and response. Carbon as a material is great as it doesn’t impact the overall weight of the ski

Capwall Sidewall: This construction is designed to provide durability whilst keeping the weight down. Classic sidewalls are used underfoot to increase durability in the highest impact zone whilst lightweight Capwall is used in the tips

Sintered 1.3 Base: This sintered base is tough, fast and snow resistant. Sintered bases keep you skiing faster and for longer so you don’t get stuck on flats

17.7 5CUT Sidecut:5CUT Sidecut is featured across all skis in the LINE range, combining five different radiuses into one sidecut to create a wide variety of turn shapes

Thin Tip: To reduce swing weight and tip bounce the core and sidewalls have been thinned out, in total this construction reduces the weight of the tips by 100grams

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