Sick Day 110

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Specs

  • Waist width: 110
  • Length cm: 172, 179, 186
  • Shape mm: 142-110-125
  • Sidecut m: 18 (179cm)
  • Stance mm: -75 (179cm)
  • Weight: 2,007 g/ski (179cm)

JUST ONE MORE REASON TO CALL IN SICK
The 110 combines all of your favorite freeride skis in one. . . & then some with a light & nimble intuitive feel that goes from powder to packed & back like there’s nothing on your feet. Its innovative light weight construction makes it one of the lightest alpine skis on the market while proudly maintaining 100% of it’s downhill performance & most important durability. Whether you’re hiking the backcountry or skiing in-bounds, lighter skis saves your energy for more fun taking more runs. The wider tip & narrower tail in addition to the Early Rise keeps you effortlessly floating in the powder, with one-of-a-kind intuitive steering like your surfing a long board into the sunset. The deep sidecut and reliable flex pattern provides grip on the firm snow that’s second to none. Jump on these boards and you’ll be carving, floating, slashing, smearing, spraying your way to the best sick day of your life.

CONSTRUCTION
  • Capwall™
  • Early Rise™
  • Thin Tip™
  • Early Taper™
  • Maplelite Macroblock™
  • Fivecut™
  • Directional Flex™
  • Longer Active Edge™
  • Sintered Base™

MAPLELITE MACROBLOCK™ CORE

Maplelite Macroblock™ Core
Solid Maple under foot with light weight Aspen at the tips for durability & reduced swing weight.

CAPWALL™

Capwall™
Cap on the top for light & responsive performance, combined with sidewall over the edges for a smooth solid feel.

DIRECTIONAL FLEX™

Directional Flex™
The softer tip floats & initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides reliable powerful turn exits, & stability.

EARLY RISE™

Early Rise™
The rise in the tip starts earlier for effortlessly staying on top of the snow without needing to sit back.

LONGER ACTIVE EDGE™

Longer Active Edge™
20% longer sidecut edge length in contact with the snow than other skis in it's class for more grip & less slip!

EARLY TAPER™

Early Taper™
The widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduces tail drag and hooking in powder.
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FIVECUT™

Fivecut™
5 different sizes of sidecut radius shapes are blended into one, for intuitive control & unlimited turn shapes.

THIN TIP™

Thin Tip™
Super thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight & tip bounce.

BASE SWAP

Base Swap
Alternating base color options on each pair of skis creates more color options and prevents wasting base material.

SECRET R&D LAIR TOUR

Secret R&D Lair Tour
Go deep into the forests of the Pacific Northwest and take an exclusive tour of our secret Research & Development Lair. Where all products & idea are prototyped and developed.

HOW TO MAKE A SKI

How to Make a Ski
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REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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Line SkisSick Day 110
 
5.0

(based on 4 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

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      5.0

      This ski rips

      By Mtnbum Cloke

      from Revelstoke

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Good Grip
      • Great Flotation
      • Lightweight
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Powder Skiing

        Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 110:

        Skied these skis through the 2013/14 season and can't say enough about them. They float nice and are really responsive. They are lightweight but don't let that fool you, these skis rip even through crud or hard packed snow. I have toured with these skis several times and plan to get a second pair with a tech binding on them. Don't be afraid to go long on these skis as they ski short. I mounted mine a little forward from recommended.

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        5.0

        Tour friendly quiver killer

        By Dub

        from Jackson, WY

        About Me Professional

        Line Mountain Command

        Pros

        • Carving Ability
        • Dirty Pop
        • Durable
        • Lightweight
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Alpine Touring
          • Being Mayor Of Shred City
          • Crud
          • Groomers
          • Powder

          Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 110:

          I rock these inbounds when I want a playful ski that can handle anything. It's a darn light ski for the power that it provides. I know I can burn through some chundery runout after a drop or straightline, but it's equally at home busting out a tip roll then crushing corduroy.

          The directional flex gives it a more traditional feel than the Bacon (less ideal for landing in pow switch), but the Sick Day 110 also benefit from having more support and power right behind your heal for when you turn it up to 11.

          Because they're so light, I've mounted mine with Dynafit bindings and use them for long tours. It's rad to get to the top of a big backcountry line and know that you've
          a)got the energy to shred and
          b)a pair of skis that will actually shred, rather than simply jump turning or hanging out in the backseat...

          ...not that there's anything wrong with jump turning and skiing in the backseat, of course.

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          5.0

          Orange you glad it's not a banana

          By John Lenin

          from Chamonix, France

          About Me Expert

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            Cons

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                Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 110:

                When I first saw this orange masterpiece at a ski test up here in the French Alps, the first thing that struck me was how well-shaped it is. Everything in its construction is so smooth and progressive, not aggressive like many other brands tend to do these days. The nice V-shape, the low-profile rocker, the right amount of early taper, the progressive flex... You can feel the huge background that Line has acquired since the late 90's: today it's all about finding the right balance, you don't want skis that are too fat, too soft, too much tapered or too much rockered. And thin tips with lighter woodcore instead of dull "colander" tips or foam tips: just genius.
                And when I tried them, I wasn't disappointed at all: playful but good at high speed, surfy on pow but good edge hold on firmer stuff... Creative skiing like the Bacons but for folks that don't go backwards. Like a directional version of the Bacons: dreamski!
                Here in the Alps, we don't get as much snow as you guys on the North American West Coast but we've got bigger mountains, so that's exactly the kind of skis we need here: not too wide, super versatile and very lightweight, because we ski in very diverse conditions and we're touring up and climbing stuff all the time.

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                5.0

                Shreddy for anything

                By Max Hammer

                from JHOle/the Mecca

                About Me Professional

                Pros

                • Durable
                • Good Carving Ability
                • Good Grip
                • Great Flotation
                • Lightweight
                • Mountaineer-able
                • Nimble
                • Pinners
                • Scratch Resistant
                • Smooth Ride
                • Tour-able

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Arcing
                  • Downhill
                  • Groomed Terrain
                  • Jumping
                  • Moguls
                  • Pillow-smashing
                  • Powder Skiing
                  • Racing
                  • Smearing
                  • Tree-mashing
                  • Uphill

                  Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 110:

                  The Sick Day 110's are for radical maneuvers in all conditions. Equally at home playing at the resort, or slogging up and down real mountainous situations. I mount them a little bit forward so they carve more than slarve, but there's still enough tip to never feel like you're headed over the handle bars! Suitable for mountaineering situations, sidecountry missions, or ripping the roy. Super fun ski.

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