Sir Francis Bacon

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  • Waist width: 104
  • Length cm: 178, 184, 190
  • Shape mm: 135-104-131
  • Sidecut m: 17.4 (184cm)
  • Stance mm: Eric's Choice -20 / Recommended -60

For the skier whose playground is the entire mountain. This is Eric Pollard’s award winning everyday ski which now features the light weight Partly Cloudy Core™. Eric struck a perfect balance between fun, float & grip. The Sir Francis Bacon Skis Early Rise design keeps you floating in powder forwards & backwards with a nice springy tip & tail for big ollies and smooth butters. Its reliable flex under foot & deep sidecut provides edge hold to pass racers on the downhill course with a smile on your face . . . backwards. If you’re a looking for a powder ski, but still want the all-mountain ski performance to throw tricks on any terrain, just add bacon!

  • Sidewall™
  • Early Rise™
  • Early Taper™
  • Thin Tip™
  • Fivecut™
  • Sintered Base
  • Partly Cloudy Core™
  • Symmetric Flex™
  • Longer Active Edge™


Partly Cloudy Core
A lightweight full wood core using Paulownia, Given its straight grains this give a ski strength and responsiveness while keeping it light and lively.


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


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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