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USED UP ALL YOUR SICK DAYS?
CALL IN DEAD. IT'S DUMPING!

Our most playful, floatiest, easiest to handle ski yet! The Sick Day 125 surfs powder while still maintaining plenty of control on firm snow. There’s no friends on a powder day except for these two skis 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 and, most important: Durability. Bomb proof in the bomb holes!
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 impressive grip on firm snow previously not possible. 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™
Specs:
  • Waist Width mm: 125
  • Length cm: 186, 192
  • Shape mm: 150-125-137
  • Sidecut m: 19 (186cm)
  • Stance mm: -80
  • Weight: 2,367 g/ski (186cm)
  • Profile mm: 25-3-10
    (Tip Early Rise-Camber-Tail Early Rise)
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Technology

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.

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.

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Secret R&D Lair Tour

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How to Make a Ski

How to Make a Ski

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Line SkisSick Day 125
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great flotation (3)
  • Lightweight (3)
  • Smooth ride (3)

Cons

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      5.0

      The powder muncher

      By Jean-Marc

      from Zermatt, Switzerland

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      Pros

      • Good Grip
      • Great Flotation
      • Lightweight
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

      • Not For Icy Couloir
      • Not for moguls

      Best Uses

      • All-mountain
      • Powder Skiing

      Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 125:

      Absolutely fabulous ! I'll give a 5/5.

      Got these in 186 cm size (I'm 183 cm tall and weight 65 kg) and put them to heavy use for 3 intensive days in the Swiss alps. Bottom line : extremely playful for all-mountain back country use.

      These are extremely agile, very turny, surprisingly easy to turn considering their 125 mm waist, no matter how challenging the terrain is. They are as playful as my 95 mm wide freestyle BC skis, a feature that I praise very much. It's very easy to change the turn radius at will depending on the terrain. One can make very short turn in steep couloir or long turn at high speed in open big mountain. They are grippy, they hold their line no matter how fast you dare to go. You can charge as hard as you can and they deliver, be it in 30 cm powder, crud or slush.

      Flotation is king, not only in 30 cm powder, but also on crud where they simply stay on top, unlike that with a narrow ski where you would sink through the crud layer and make it a more difficult job to initiate and hold the turns. Here, you simply stay on top. Amazing !

      On groomer, they hold their grip on soft as well as on hard snow. Yes, you can carve them providing you drive them on the front, the soft tip won't slip away (I rode them with racing boots without any problems). The firm tail do help to hold the curve, no tail slip. At high speed on hard snow, the early rise of the soft tips combined with a classic cambre makes the tips do chatter a little, but this does not alter the stability of the ski in any way, unlike that with notoriously noisy and unstable reversed camber skis.

      However, these wide ski do not like 2 things so much : ice and moguls. These are simply too wide to get a quick edge-to-edge grip transition. My old 95 mm wide Rossi Scratch BC are way better at it. Just wonder how the Sick Days 95 mm would perform in that specific program...

      At the end of the 3 days intensive testing, I was surprised that they felt light underfoot and were much less tiring than my old 95 mm wide Rossi Scratch freestyle BC. However, you need to have iron legs because these wide beast are going to make your knees work a lot, especially on hard snow. For expert only. For tall or heavy people, I would recommend to take them in 192 cm lenght.

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      5.0

      Weapon of choice for double digit dumps

      By Dub

      from Jackson, WY

      About Me Professional

      Pros

      • Dreamy Slashes
      • Floatation
      • Good Grip
      • Great Flotation
      • Lightweight
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

      • Less Versatile

      Best Uses

      • Crud
      • Powder
      • Storm Skiing

      Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 125:

      These are the boards to bring on the pow days. Dimensions and construction allow for awesome floatation, while still remaining fairly nimble for bouncing around all nimbly-bimbly.

      Lightweight (could work as a rad pow touring ski...) and forgiving, the Sick Day 125 turns a three pointer into a lay up. The tapering of the tail allows me to bust out quick turns in tight trees, but the ski really is happiest maching around in the deep. Huge platform helps stomping landings without going over the bars.

      Directional flex and shaping lend towards more traditional skiing (ie forward), but great for tip butters in pow.

      I know it shouldn't matter, but they also look incredible.

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      5.0

      Surf's Up Dude

      By max hammer

      from Jackson, wy

      About Me Professional

      Pros

      • Creamy Killer
      • Durable
      • Great Flotation
      • Lightweight
      • Scratch Resistant
      • Smooth Ride
      • Stable
      • Stylin'

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Deep Days
        • Downhill
        • Open Bowls
        • Powder Skiing
        • Pow-doggin'
        • TREES
        • Uphill

        Comments about Line Skis Sick Day 125:

        The Sick Day 125 is for the deepest of days. REAl Surfy! Lots of maneurving action. Floaty tips will not sink. Pinner tail puts your shins in the front of the boot so you can ski like waste-deep pow like a groomer. Stomp all landings. So much stability at speed. Point it or slash it!

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