Line Sick Day 110

3.90 / 5
Rating
Aug 15, 2013
Editors' Picks
Line's new Sick Day series has three waist width offerings (125, 110 and 95 millimeters) and are all designed for fall line skiing with a focus on weight reduction. The Sick Day 110 has no metal and features maple underfoot and aspen in the thin tips to reduce swing weight. Line's Directional Flex includes a soft, but wide, rockered tip for float and a stiff, narrow tail for stability and control. Testers awarded it high scores for playfulness, and Dittmar called it "part park ski, but mostly All-Mountain fun machine." "This ski is super quick edge-to-edge, lightweight and has a fun pop out of the turn and can smear when needed," Flickinger said. Testers commented that though decent on the corduroy, the Sick Day's strong suit is soft snow. "Thanks to terrific float and low weight, this is a good pow or backcountry tool," Kasper added.

Sick Day 110 Specs

  • Category POWDER
  • Editors' Picks
  • MSRP $ 880
  • Price flat?
  • Gender Men's
  • Core Woodcore
  • Turning radius (in m) 18.1m at 179cm
  • Lengths (in cm) 172-179-186
  • Sidecut 142-110-125
  • Rating
    3.90
  • Carving
    3.50
  • Playfulness
    4.50
  • Versatility
    4.00
  • Stability
    3.50
  • Float
    4.00
Sick Day 110 - Line
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