Line Sick Day 94 Ski - Men's

Line Sick Day 94 Ski - Men's
Line Sick Day 94 Ski - Men's
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Sick Day 94 Ski - Men's by Line
Line was so stoked about the smooth, playful feel of their brand new Sick Day collection that they decided to make it in not just three, but four versions. The Sick Day 94 is third in line in the order of fatness, but arguably leads the pack in versatility. The 94mm waist and rockered tip and tail let you frolic through powder with the giggly enthusiasm of a six-year-old in a candy shop, while the camber underfoot lets you carve turns like your old gate bashing days.The Sick Day 94 returns once more with Line's Magic Finger Carbon Filaments and Aspenlite core, retaining its place as a lightweight, tough-as-nails, big-mountain cruiser. The Directional Flex features a softer tip to initiate pow turns with ease, and a stiffer tail to maintain control when you're bombing groomers at Mach speeds.While still not the most feather-light backcountry option, an ambitious freerider would be happy to slap a pair of AT bindings on these guys and power through the uphill in order to enjoy unrivaled pop and playfulness through fresh goods in the backcountry.

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SKU: LIN005K
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