Tip and tail rocker floats high in powder whether skiing forward or switch; relatively low rise planes through powder instead of plowing up and over
Core consists of light and strong maple wood stringers surrounded by aspen wood to provide power, stability and long-lasting responsiveness
Widest points of the tip and tail are close to the center of the ski, reducing tail drag and hooking in powder
Cap construction on top of ski reduces weight and sidewalls over the edges enhance responsiveness
Softer tips float and initiate turns easily while stiffer tails provide powerful turn exits and stability
Geometry of skis incorporates 5 different turn radii to create effortless turn initiation with solid edge hold and responsive exits
Thin core in the tips reduces weight and makes the skis easier to control
Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo
Line Sick Day 110 skis feature 110mm waists that require bindings with wide brakes
Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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by rockies hikerfromFun SkiGreat in the powder and holds a nice edge on all but the firmest snow. Very maneuverable in the trees and bumps.
It does ski a little short, but that can be a good thing.
Date published: 2014-03-07
Rated 5out of5
by Dave1100xxfromVersatile SkiI'm 6'1" and 200 lbs, expert side-country skier here in Utah. I typically like K2's style of ski at about 180cm. I purchase the Sick Days at 186cm because they are the same lenght as my 181 K2's. First day out in 16 inches of powder, these skis were submarines driving me into the back seat (not good). Moved the bindings (Marker schizo's) back about 1cm from the center line and the tips came up perfectly. I've now had a number of skis the like this trick for powder and it doesn't seem to effect the on piste experience negatively. The next two days went to waist deep and the Sick Days worked great in the bottomless pow and the steep trees. Nimble enough for the tight trees and stable. Held and edge well coming out on the soft groomers (really carved). They punch through the chop very nicely. A good choice for a one ski "travel" quiver.
Date published: 2014-04-18
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Line Sick Day 110 Skis - Men's - 2013/2014 Customer Reviews