Ski any conditions, any time with the 2021 LINE Sick Day 104!
Colour: Black / grey / green
Product ID: 289967 19E0011.101.1.179 886745859024
With it's waist width sitting straight in the middle of Line's massively successful Sick Day series' size range, The Sick Day 104 is all about having fun anywhere on the mountain.
At 104mm underfoot, they'll easily cruise powder as well as surf over anything else you might come across, whether it be crud, fresh corduroy or slush. The Maplelite Core has a directional flex, softer in the tips for floatation in deep snow and smooth turn initiations, while stiffer underfoot and in the tail for reliable stability and powerful exits from turns.
The lightweight nature of the Sick Day 104 skis is the result of the light wood core and the thin tips, all the material is perfectly shaped to reduce weight and thus increase ease of use. This lighter design also means you can save energy whether hiking for some fresh tracks or bounding around the piste. All of the Sick Day skis feature early rise in the tips, which increases soft snow performance, and makes piste turns smoother and more intuitive.
The award winning LINE Sick Day 104 is perfect for anyone who wants the performance of a true freeride ski without committing themselves to a broader waist width - great on a pow day, with no compromise when it comes to riding groomers.
Capwall Construction - A combined cap and sidewall construction gives both a light and responsive feel with a smooth and solid ride
Carbon Magic Fingers - A wide array of carbon stretching from tip to tail for added stability without sacrificing weight.
Aspen Core - 100% Aspen for the lightest, most nimble feel.
5Cut Geometry - 5-radius sidecut to give the ski perfect control no matter how much edge you are on
Directional Flex - Softer tips float in powder and initiate turns easier while a stiffer tail provides stability, power and high speed control
Thin Tip - The core and sidewall are thinned out in the tips to reduce overall weight by 100 grams. The reduces swing weight and makes the ski more lively and responsive
Early Rise - The rise in the tip starts earlier than normal to keep the ski floating on top of the soft stuff without having to lean back
Early Taper - The ski tapers earlier in the tip and tail to reduce drag and prevent the ski hooking up in powder