Line Sick Day 95 Skis 2015

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Line Sick Day 95 Skis 2015

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The Sick Day 95 floats like a powder ski yet rips like a carving ski for skiers that want the best of both worlds. Its innovative light weight construction makes it one of the lightest alpine skis on the market while proudly maintaining 100% of it’s downhill performance & most important durability. Whether you’re hiking the backcountry or skiing in-bounds, lighter skis saves your energy for more fun taking more runs. The wider tip & narrower tail in addition to the Early Rise keeps you effortlessly floating in the powder, with one-of-a-kind intuitive steering like your surfing a long board into the sunset. The deep sidecut and reliable flex pattern provides grip on the firm snow that’s second to none. Jump on these boards and you’ll be carving, floating, slashing, smearing, spraying your way to the best sick day of your life.


The 95 is the narrowest, lightest and quickest Sick Day, best suited to everyday resort skiing with hard-snow versatility that others in the series lack. Line's new Sick Day collection aims for ease of use and accessibility across ability levels in deep, deeper and deepest powder. With slight-twin tips and directional sidecut taper and waisting, they're meant to go forward down the mountain. (Switch riders and powder jibbers might be better served by a true-twin Opus or Sir Francis Bacon.) Aggressive tip taper also gives the Sick Days a looser feel in the snow than the similarly wide Opus or Bacon, with less active edge in the snow and enhanced maneuverability and newschool smeariness. Line builds the Sick Days for light, lively performance. There's no metal, and Line's ThinTip technology keeps the tip profile slender and supple for shock absorption and reduced swing weight. Meanwhile, Line's new, lighter Maplelite Macro Block core blends dense maple underfoot for power and durability with lightweight aspen tip and tail for further reduction of swing-weight. Metal-free Capwall construction combines light forgiving cap construction on top, resting on low sidewalls over the edges for solidity and grip. The colorful and highly imaginative graphics are the work of Toronto based artist Derek Muscat.





Terrain: All Mountain, Carving, and Powder


Ability Level: Intermediate to Advanced


capwall.jpg Cap on the top for light and responsive performance, combined with sidewall over the edges for a smooth solid feel. 


thin-tip.jpg Super thin core and sidewall in the tips and 100grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce.




early-taper.jpgThe widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drage and hooking in powder.




early-rise.jpgThe rise in the tip starts earlier for effortlessly staying on top of the snow without needing to sit back and easier turn initiation.


  Solid Maple under foot with light weight Aspen at the tips for durability and reduced swing weight.




directional-flex.jpg The softer tip floats and initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability, and high speed control.




fivecut.jpg5 different sizes of sidecut radius shapes are blended into one, for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes.






  • Waist width mm: 95mm
  • Length cm: 179, 186
  • Shape mm: 130-95-115
  • Sidecut m: 18.2
  • Stance mm: -70
  • Profile mm: 7-5-5
  • Turning Radius: Medium



  • 4
    easy turns

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Aug 2014

    the softer tip makes turning way easier than other skis