Featuring a directional flex pattern, the Sick Day 95 flexes softer in the tip than it does in the tail. The purpose is for easy turn initiation through the tip at slow speeds and solid hold in turns through the tail at higher speeds. Line also employs a unique tip/tail thinning technology to reduce overall ski weight, swingweight, and tip bounce through crud. There’s just enough camber underfoot in the Sick Day 95 for solid edging and liveliness between turns; and, of course, there’s proper rocker in the 130mm tip for when you find your secret stash in the trees.
Line Sick Day 95 Specs and Summary
Sizes: 172, 179, 186cm
What we like: Might be the best ski name ever.
What we don’t: Base graphics.