Line Sick Day 94 Ski

Line Sick Day 94 Ski
Line Sick Day 94 Ski
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Sick Day 94 Ski 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. This allows it to thrive on the feet of freeride minded all-mountain skiers no matter their outlook on skiing. The Directional profile and shape features significantly more rocker in the tip than the tail and boasts a recommended mounting point of 6. 5cm back from center to provide easy carving and solid edge hold. This mixes with a freestyle inspired early taper in the tip and tail that help you break the edge free and lowers swing weight for big tricks. This combination allows the Sick Day to inspire confidence everywhere from firm groomers to above the lift big mountain lines.

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SKU: LINH01N
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