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Line Sick Day 95 Skis 2016

The Line Sick Day returns this season as a very well rounded ski for the strong intermediate to expert skier that is looking for a very versatile ski for on trail and off trail skiing. The Early Rise Rocker profile has rocker in the tip for easy turn initiation and good flotation in soft snow, camber underfoot will give a great grip on the snow, and a slight amount of rocker in the tail to release you out of turns with ease. The 95mm waist will allow you to carve a turn, on the frontside, keep you on top of the fresh snow, and absorb vibrations caused by bumps and crud. The Maplelite MacroBlock Core has solid strips of Maple underfoot with Aspen at the tips for a lower swingweight for stability at speed and a high amount of maneuverability. Line's CapWall Construction has a vertical sidewall right above the edges then moves into a cap construction to keep the total weight of the ski lower for smooth and easy turning. The Sick Day 95 has a Thin Tip that has thinner wood in the tip for eliminating that wobbling feeling that rockered skis can have. If you are a strong intermediate looking for a ski to take you to the next level, or an expert looking for a do everything ski, the Line Sick Day 95 is your ski, call in absent today! [+]