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  • Tip and tail rocker floats high in backcountry 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 skis 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 125 skis feature 125mm 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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Best Use Downhill Skiing
Tip Width 150 millimeters
Recommended Skier Weight Not manufactured / 155 - 195 / 175+ pounds
Ski Camber Tip and Tail Rocker
Gender Men's
Bindings Included No
Waist Width 125 millimeters
Tail Width 137 millimeters
Twin Tip Directional Twin
Sidecut Radius Not manufactured / 20.6 / 21.9 meters
Ski Terrain Powder
Core Wood