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  • Line Sick Day 88 Skis 2021

Line Sick Day 88 Skis 2021

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Description

The Line Sick Day 88 all that's right about east coast freeriding. The stiffest and narrowest of the Sideday line-up, the 88 is a sneaky hard pack tracker, quick edge to edge and powerful with it's full woodcore and sidewall construction. Equipped with a nice wide shovel and ample rocker in the tip and tail, your favorite tree shoots will be a blast too on the days you're feeling adventurous. Playful yet responsive, charge the groomers and play in the woods to your heart's content, the Sick Day will only cheer you on.

Details

Aspenlite Core: 100% Aspen wood core. Lightweight and nimble to make every lap a fun one.

5-Cut Sidecut: Blended into the ski's sidecut are five different radiuses. This allows the ski to arc many different shapes of turns intuitively and confidently.

Capwall: The power of sidewall and the durability of a cap construction paired together. The best of both worlds.

Specs

Dimensions(mm): 127 Tip / 88 Waist / 113 Tail @172cm Length

Construction: Full Aspen wood core, Full Sidewall

Turn Radius: 17.4m @172cm length

Weight: 1659g @172cm Length

Ski Profile: Rockered Tip, Long Camber Underfoot, Short Rockered Tail

Ability Level: Intermediate - Expert

Best For & Options

East coast all-mountain skiers that have freeriding in mind but need grip and confidence on those classic hardpack days.

Recommended Bindings:

Look Pivot 14 GW: A staple of aggressive all mountain skiers and freeriders alike. Multidirectional release for safety and short mounting zone for natural ski flex.

Marker Griffon 13 ID: Marker's tried and true construction updated to be lighter yet stiffer. 

Salomon Warden 13 MNC: Salomon's wide platform for maximum lateral power transmission. MNC (Multi-Norm Certified) compatible with every DIN Alpine sole.

Any questions? Contact us and our team of experts will help you out!

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