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Line Sick Day 95 Skis

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Best Use: All Mountain skis are for on-trail; some off-trail ability

All Mountain skis are for on-trail; some off-trail ability

Width: Medium – ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Medium – ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The new Line Sick Day 95 is one of those skis that is great for almost every skier. If you are an intermediate who want to become better, and more adventuress by heading off trail this will be perfect. If you mostly ski the places that do not get lots of snow, but do travel to ski, this will be perfect for you. If you enjoy blasting down groomers at medium to long radius turns, but head off once in a while, this ski will be perfect for you. The Directional Flex and Maple Lite Macro Block wood core is very lively and stable, and does not require lots of energy or skill to make this ski react. Line uses the 5 Cut Sidecut that has five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes all mixed into one ski, that makes the Sick Day 95 very nimble in short quick turns, medium radius turns, and the big long daddys, in all conditions. At 95 mm at the waist this Sick Day is wide enough to take on all but the deepest of powder, still be quick edge to edge, and power through the crud. Rocker in the tip initiates turns with ease, keeps you floating in soft snow, and absorbs vibrations in dicey stuff. Do not be surprised if the Line Sick Day 95 is ski of the year this season get one while you can.


Skill Range:    


  • Capwall Construction
  • Thin Tip
  • Early Taper
  • Maple Lite Macro Block Construction
  • Directional Flex
  • 5 Cut Sidecut



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

 

Ski Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
Type: All-Mountain Skis (85-95mm)
Bindings Included: No
What Binding is Included?: N/A
Binding DIN: N/A
Binding Weight Range: N/A
Waist Width: 95mm
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 130/95/115 (@179cm)
Tail Profile: Flared
Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Turn Radius: 16-20
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 18.2m (@179cm)
Construction Type: Cap/Sidewall
Core Material: Wood
Base Material: Sintered
Used: No
Titanium: No
Special Features: Early Taper Tip
Special Features: 5 Cut Sidecut
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2014
Model Number: A130301301172
Product ID: 314393
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Line Sick Day 95 Skis

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From : Wolf Creek, CO
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PROS :
  • Good Grip
  • Smooth Ride
  • Good Carving Ability
  • No chatter
  • Great Flotation
  • Forgivable
CONS :
  • Heavy
BEST USES :
  • Downhill
  • Powder Skiing
  • Groomed Terrain

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I am very pleased with these skis. I did a lot of research before buying and it paid off! Love the turning range from groomed front side to back bowls to tree banging, these sticks respond wonderfully.
 
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2014 Line Sick Day 95 Ski Review
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Hi. I'm Steve. I just got off the Sick Day 95. If I could, I'd give this 6 stars. But I can't so I guess I can only give it 5 stars. This ski was frickin' amazing. It absolutely felt like the ground was sucking the ski to it. I laid it over on its side farther than I've done any ski so far in this test. It grabbed and held. It handled very high speed. It was stable as heck. I can't say enough about this ski. It was absolutely one of the funnest skis and at 95 in the waist it just was amazing. You could take this ski pretty much anywhere all-mountain. It would be a great east coast or west cost ski. It's really kind of a one-ski quiver if you're looking for one really, really good ski to go anywhere.
 
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This is Rick. Just got off the Line Sick Day 95. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It is unreal. It is easy, it's quick initiating turns. Really wants to follow through. It's amazing at how easy this ski skis. Especially with being 95 under the foot, you really can't go wrong. It's unbelievable. Check out the Line Sick Day.
 
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2014 Line Sick Day 95 Ski Review
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I'm Hans. I just came off the Line Sick Day 95. Even though this ski is fairly narrow underneath the foot, it's really good in softer snow. It's great in hard pack. It's that one-quiver ski that everybody needs. I give this ski a 4 out of 5. You can take this ski anywhere you want to go. It's probably designed for your upper-intermediate-to-advanced skier.
 
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Hi. I'm Kevin. I just got off the brand new Sick Day 95 from Line. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars hands down. This will be my new all-mountain ski next year. The go-to frontside, you know, cruddy snow. Maybe a couple inches of fresh, this is going to be my ski for next year. Really solid underfoot. Lots of rebound energy. Very stable. Super playful. Long turns, short turns, anything I threw at it it did it well. You can lay down trances on the hard pack. Cruddy stuff, it just ate up. So, definitely 5 out of 5 stars for me.
 
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I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Line Sick Day 95. 5 out of 5. I absolutely love this ski. 95 at the waist. Solid wood core. Really, really snappy. It's perfect for a skier who is going to spend most of their time on-piste but want a lot of off-piste versatility. Likes to excel at quick, tight turns. Holds up nice and stable in long turns too. 5 out of 5.
 
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Evan here with the Line Sick Day 95. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. Just flawless ski on the groomers. If anything, very light. Extremely stable. You can just crank on this ski but at the same time it's not all that demanding. It's going to be for your advanced-to-expert skier and a really great ski. 5 out of 5.
 
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Q: Line Sick Day 95 Skis 2014 by Line Skis What size binding should I get? I like the Marker "Jester" ? Would like to stay with Marker----> I am 210LB Have been skiing 15 years... Im no HACK!! Thanks!
Asked : Apr 02, 2014
By : al
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A: Ideally with a ski such as the Line Sick Day 95, which will have a waist width of 95mm, you will want a 100mm brake for the best fit. Unfortunately the Marker Jesters, as with most of the Marker bindings, only come in 90mm and 110mm brakes. You can check out the Free Ten bindings, which will come with 100mm brakes, or purchase another Marker binding and replace the brakes on them.
Answered : Apr 03, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Hi, Im 45, 160 lbs, strong intermediate / advance skier. I ski both east (ice sheets/slush) to west (powder, glades, bowls). I do like to ski lazy and relaxed. Would the 179 cm be too long for me on the Sick Day 95 (2014 or 2015) ? What are the pros and cons with the 179 cm vs 170 for me ? Thank you. Simon Murray
Asked : Jan 27, 2014
By : simonzmurray, portland, OR
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A: Based on the information that you provided, the 179 may be a touch too long for you at your current weight and skill, but if you intend on progressing more in skill, it would be a solid size for you
Answered : Jan 31, 2014
By : Keith, Customer Care
Q: Hi. I'm a 5'8", 130~140 lb (estimated) teenage skier, advanced (skied since age 5), and I like to ski groomers, glades, bumps, powder, exclusively on the East Coast. Are the Sick Day 172's a good fit or should i go for something shorter? I'm currently on Head Peak One 163's, but those were bought when I was much shorter and lighter, and they are at the end of their days after enduring three years of rocks, tree stumps, and the bottom of many first-time four year olds' ski boots. Thanks!
Asked : Jan 09, 2014
By : Francesco, Franconia, NH
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A: From the sounds of it the Sick Day 95 would be a perfect ski for you. At your size the 172 would still be very easy for you to throw around. Give the early taper and tip and tail rocker the 172 will not feel like too drastic of a jump in length for you. If you are a very aggressive skier and think you may put on 20-25lbs from where you are now you may even want to consider the 179cm so you won't outgrow it.
Answered : Jan 10, 2014
By : Thom, Product Specialist
Q: I'm a 5'9" 180 lb advanced-expert skier. I like to be quick and nimble in trees and bumps but also like to carve and hit pow when I can. Length/binding suggestions?
Asked : Dec 11, 2013
By : aon
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A: At your height, weight and skill level I would recommend the Line Sick Day 95 skis in the 179cm length for optimal fit. The Marker Griffons with the 110mm brake would be an excellent selection for these skis as well as fit your skill level and weight.
Answered : Dec 12, 2013
By : Julie, Product Specialist
Q: Will this ski be durable? I'm an aggressive, advanced-expert skier and I've heard that line skis do not hold up very well.
Asked : Dec 08, 2013
By : Fronizzdaddy
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A: Fronizzdaddy, Line makes quality / durable products. I have about 80 days in on my pair of Celebrities and haven't had any issues. Many of the guys at our retail shop also have various models of Line Skis and have had great luck with them. If you have any more questions please let us know
Answered : Dec 09, 2013
By : Julie, Product Specialist
Q: Sizing: I'm 6'1+, 215 - 220lbs 36YO advanced to expert skier, throughout my teens and 20's I taught for 5 years and was on ski patrol for 2. I ski everything from groomers, bumps, trees, powder and bowls. However I have been out of the ski game for about 10 years & found my 206 k2's to be a bit dated :). I went last year to Keystone and Breck, had a ball (like riding a bike with sore legs after day 2) and am now here ready to buy equipment and have a much more serious season! Only thing is it's weird buying skis shorter than 200cm! I plan to get at least 2 trips out west this year, 1 out east, and one to tremblant as well as the local 'hill'. All I have read are rave reviews for this ski so I'm pretty set on it, now I just need to decide size. Thanks!
Asked : Oct 29, 2013
By : z
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A: Welcome back to the sport! Based on your height, weight, skill level and the types of skiing you will be doing, I would put you in the 186cm Line Sick Day 95. This should be long enough to give you enough floating power for pow days or West coast vacations, while still be short enough to be nimble on groomers and moguls.
Answered : Oct 31, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Hi, Usual question about ski length. I'm 5ft10in and 155lbs. I'm and advanced skier who likes to ski hard and fast but also enjoys powder. I know you recommended another customer who has similar height/weight the 172cm, is this also appropriate for me? Does the fact it skis shorter mean I should go for the 179cm? Thanks
Asked : Oct 22, 2013
By : Danny, UK
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A: You would also want to go with the Line Sick Day 95's in the 172cm length. The skis cannot tell how tall you are, only how much you weigh, so you always want to base your sizing on a combination of your skill and weight.
Answered : Oct 24, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I am buying Line Sick Day 95 skis in 172 length for my son. He is 5'10" and weighs about 150. He is an upper intermediate into advanced skier and wants an all-mountain binding. What would you recommend
Asked : Oct 17, 2013
By : Dean, Houston, TX
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A: The Line Sick Day 95's will pair well with the Atomic FFG 12 bindings.
Answered : Oct 21, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I haven't skied for 10 years, however when I left from skiing I loved skiing the moguls. I am 195 lbs. 5'11" and 57yrs. old with slight knee issues but in good shape I always skied narrow skies but am looking to still ski moguls and powder. would you recommend this ski. If so what height. and what binding. One last Question I have big calf's what boot would you suggest.
Asked : Oct 14, 2013
By : party marty, slc, utah
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A: At your height, weight and skill level I would recommend the Line Sick Day 95 skis in the 179cm length for optimal fit. The Marker Griffons would be an excellent selection for these skis as well as fit your skill level and weight. For boots I would need to know your boot size, foot width and if your feet have any other shape issues (high instep, low arches, etc) to provide a solid boot recommendation.
Answered : Oct 21, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Male, 59, great shape, 5 10', 155 lbs, advanced skier (I think) - ski 45 days per season; East coast, but will take west twice a season, what length & bindings do you suggest? Do you like the Knee Bindings? THX!!
Asked : Oct 09, 2013
By : mik, Simsbury CT
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A: For a skier at your height, weight and skill level I would recommend going with the Line Sick Day 95 in the 172cm length, a this should be perfect for you. I would recommend the Salomon STH2 WTR 13 bindings to go with the Sick Days for a solid setup. The Knee Bindings are awesome for those with knee issues, otherwise I would stick to a more traditional binding.
Answered : Oct 11, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
   
 
   
 
   

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