The Line Sick Day returns this season as a very well rounded ski for the strong intermediate to expert skier that is looking for a very versatile ski for on trail and off trail skiing. The Early Rise Rocker profile has rocker in the tip for easy turn initiation and good flotation in soft snow, camber underfoot will give a great grip on the snow, and a slight amount of rocker in the tail to release you out of turns with ease. The 95mm waist will allow you to carve a turn, on the frontside, keep you on top of the fresh snow, and absorb vibrations caused by bumps and crud. The Maplelite MacroBlock Core has solid strips of Maple underfoot with Aspen at the tips for a lower swingweight for stability at speed and a high amount of maneuverability. Line's CapWall Construction has a vertical sidewall right above the edges then moves into a cap construction to keep the total weight of the ski lower for smooth and easy turning. The Sick Day 95 has a Thin Tip that has thinner wood in the tip for eliminating that wobbling feeling that rockered skis can have. If you are a strong intermediate looking for a ski to take you to the next level, or an expert looking for a do everything ski, the Line Sick Day 95 is your ski, call in absent today!
Early Rise Rocker Profile
Maplelite MacroBlock Core
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Hey, this is Josh. Just got off the Sick Day 95 by Line. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. It's the 95 underfoot is incredible for kind of that wider all-mountain category. It's got enough tip rocker which if you find some soft snow you're going to float a little bit. With an easy layover on edge, holds a great long radius turn. It's snappy and responsive for those short ot medium radius turns as well. This is really a solid one-ski quiver. If you're that all-mountain skier in that advanced to expert category, this would be a great ski for you. Like I said, 5 out of 5 stars.
Kyle here with the Line 95 Sick Day. I love it. I'm going to give it 5 out of 5 stars. Really hard-charging ski. It's really good to done anything really. Quick from edge-to-edge and it holds an edge really well. If you're looking to progress and get into a little bit of everything and want to hop switch, you got the ski.
Hey, this is Lucas. I just got off the Sick Day 95 by Line Skis. Really awesome ski for me. I enjoyed it. I'm going to give it 5 out of 5 stars. Here today we have a little bit of fresh snow, softer conditions. This little more narrow waisted ski was really responsive and fun on the frontside of the mountain. I'm going to give it 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to the intermediate to advanced skier.
Hey, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the Line Sick Day 95. 5 out of 5 for this ski. This is going to be for the guy that's looking to go all over the mountain. Unlike the Supernatural this doesn't have metal in it so it's going to be a little bit surfier but yet it still holds a great edge. It's going to be that one-quiver ski that can pretty much thrash the entire mountain. I mean, it'll hold a sick edge if you want to do long radius turns but if you're playing in the powder, if you're looking to go really anywhere on the mountain, the Sick Day 95 will do it. 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Line Sick Day 95. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. It continues to be one of my absolute favorites. What we're looking at is a great ski for anybody who's a strong intermediate up through an expert level skier but wants one ski to manage the entire mountain. It's skinny enough that it gets up onto edge and carves real well on firm snow. But, with the rocker shape and the pin tail, it's still super versatile in crud and powder and everything up to knee deep, this ski is going to handle really, really well. So, if you're just looking for something that's going to take you all over the hill, never hold you back on what you want to do, check out the Line Sick Day 95. 5 out of 5 stars.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Line Sick Day 95. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It does everything very, very well. It's great for mostly on-trail skiing. It's not afraid to dabble in the soft snow. With a rocker profile and waist width, it's very, very versatile. It makes a great ski for that strong intermediate who is looking to get into a wider ski to take them to new terrain or that expert skier who is looking to spend most of their time on-trail but not be afraid to ski off-trail when the conditions are right. 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Andy. I just skied on the Line Sick Day. I gave this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This is a all-mountain ski for the advanced skier. It does all the turns great. It's got good rebound. Holds an edge very well at high speed. Anyway, I gave this ski 5 stars.
Q: Hi. I'm 6'2" at 155 pounds. I saw that you guys told other people similar to my height and weight to get the 179 length. However I'm in the north east and over to ski in between skis (more compact here) and a shorter ski normally does better for that. Do you guys think 179 will be shorth enough, or...?
A: Your weight is the most determining factor when selecting ski size. The next factor to consider is your aggressiveness. Assuming that you are height/weight proportionate, and are an advanced or expert skier the 186cm would be the correct length for you. If you are lightweight for your height, or intermediate or below in ability the 179cm would be best for you.
Answered : May 17, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What size of binding brake would you recommend for for the sick day 95?