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Line Sick Day 94 Skis

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Item code: 360417

 Dimensions for 179cm

Length (cm) Tip (mm)Width (mm) Tail (mm)  Radius   Weight (kg)    

 1791319411717.61623


The Mens Sick Day 94 is there to make sure that every day on the mountain is a fun and memorable one. This freeride power ski lets you carve down the groomer with immense speed, churn through the crud likes it butter and leave all your mate behind you eating your spray. A key feature of the Sick Day 94 is the addition of Carbon Magic Fingers, spread from tip to tail the stringers provide stability whilst increasing response, the best thing about carbon is that is hardly impacts the weight of the ski

Features:
  • Collection: Sick Day
  • Terrain: Freeride
  • Skier ability: Intermediate
  • Shape: Directional ski with a -65.0mm stance and a tapered tail
  • Profile: 8mm lift at the tip, 4mm camber in the centre and 2mm 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 17.6
  • Thin Tip
  • Please note: Bindings are not included with this purchase
Directional Shape: This ski is designed to give you the best performance when the tips are pointing downhill. This shape is created by a combination of a tapered tail, directional flex and high rise on the tip

8 – 4 – 2 Profile: This profile is great for freeride skiing but also works for piste runs. 4mm camber in centre provides power, pop and stability whilst 8mm rise in the nose gives the skis lots of lift over deep powder

Early rise in the tip and tail: Both the tip and the tail rise early to bring the contact points into the centre of the ski, providing extra lift in powder and quick response on groomers

Early Taper in the tip and tail: The widest point on the sidecut tapers in early to prevent hook ups in the deep snow

Medium to rigid directional flex: Medium to rigid flex is highly response and less forgiving, ideal for an intermediate skier. Directional flex uses softer flex in the tip and a stiffer flex in the tail, as a result the tips lift over powder and power/ stability is driven from the tail

Aspenlite Core: Aspen is lightweight and nimble, by using 100% aspen the ski has consistent flex and response for a predictable ride

Carbon Magic Fingers: Carbon stringers run the full length of the ski, spanning from the tip to the tail, carbon increase the stability and response of the ski without negatively impacting the weight

Capwall Sidewall: This construction uses sidewall underfoot for durability and lightweight Capwall construction on the tip to reduce the weight and swing weight

Sintered 1.3 Base: Sintered bases are much tougher and faster than extruded base, ensure that your fly over the flats with having to skate along. As a tougher base sintered bases are harder to maintain if you pick up any dings

17.6 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: Within the tip of the ski the core and sidewalls have been thinned out to prevent tip bounce and reduce swing weight

Skier Weight (kg)  Skier HeightSki length Expert (cm)  Ski length Intermediate (cm)
55+5'0"+159+149+
59+5'3"+166+156+
63+5'6"+170+160+
68+5'9"+177+167+
77+6'0"+184+174+
86+6'2"+191+181+



Ski Types Freeride Skis

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