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2015 Sick Day 95 – Early Release

January 24th, 2014 - Posted by danbrown in LINE Skis News



The 2014 Skiing Magazine of the Year! Floats like a pow ski, rips like a carving ski. For those looking for the extra performance for fun in the powder without ever loosing grip on the hardpack.

- Available now at the following retailers -

 

UNITED STATES

SKI PRO INC – PHOENIX, AZ
GETBOARDS – BIG BEAR, CA
CHRISTY SPORTS – LAKEWOOD, CO
R&R SPORTS – AVON, CO
POWDER 7 – GOLDEN,CO
SKI CENTER – WASHINGTON,DC
PETER GLENN OF VERMONT – FORT LAUDERDALE, FL
PETER GLEEN OF VERMONT – ATLANTA, GA
GREENWOODS SKI HAUS – BOISE, ID
MCU SPORTS – BOISE, ID
VIKING SKI SHOP – CHICAGO, IL
COLORADO SKI SHOP – WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA
EAST COAST ALPINE – DANVERS, MA
AL’S SKI BARN – NORTH YARMOUTH, ME
BILL & PAUL’S – GRAND RAPIDS, MI
DON ORR SKI HAUS – TRAVERSE CITY, MI
SCHUMMERS SKI SHOP – GROSSE POINTE WOODS, MI
LANGS SKI & SCUBA – TRENTON, NJ
SKI BARN – PARAMUS, NJ
CUNNINGHAMS SKI BARN – LAKE PLACID, NY
SKI HAUS – BREWSTER, NY
THE SKI COMPANY MOUNTAIN SPORTS – BLOOMSFIELD, NY
ASPEN SKI & BOARD CO. – LEWIS CENTER, OH
BAVARIAN VILLAGE SKI OUTFITTERS – NORTH OLMSTED, OH
POWDER HOUSE – BEND, OR
US OUTDOOR STORE, PORTLAND, OR
APPALACHIAN SKI & OUTDOORS – STATE COLLEGE, PA
MOUNTAINSIDE SKI & SPORTS – MECHANICSBURG, PA
WILLIS SKI SHOP – PITTSBURGH, PA
BAHNHOF SPORT – PARK CITY, UT
SPORTS DEN – SALT LAKE CITY, UT
PETER GLENN OF VERMONT – RICHMOND,VA
ALPINE SHOP – SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT
EVO – AUBURN, WA
SPORTS CREEL – SPOKANE, WA
STURTEVANTS SPORTS – BELLEVUE, WA
SHEPHARD & SCHALLER – WAUSAU, WI

All East – All The Time

December 17th, 2013 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

Testers loved the Prophet Flite and Sick Day 95 in the east coast. Read what they had to say in the November issue of SNOWEAST Magazine.

Prophet Flite
“Out of all three of the Prophet series I tested the Flite was a standout in excitement. A much lighter version of the 90 it’s loaded with snappy energy that I didn’t want to click out. A feather on steroids.” Carol Beale

Sick Day 95
“Phenomenal right up with the Prophet that was a top pick last year. A directional freeride ski with a pin tail design means an early rise tip and tail with a thinner tail. Amazing for pivot turns and great for carving going off piste into fresh snow. Perfect for fun in the trees and ripping up the hard pack.” Joshua Bennett

Sidecountry Fun with Backpacker Magazine and Sick Day 95

December 14th, 2013 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

The truth about backcountry skiing: Rare is the day when the weather, snow conditions, and terrain all align to make you a superhero. Sometimes, you need a ski for the snow you get, not the snow you want. Enter the Sick Day, which we pushed hard in conditions ranging from refrozen slop to sunbaked mank to glorious shin-deep powder. Our testers enjoyed its stability, edge hold, and ability to keep them balanced no matter what the conditions. This board can feather through the easy stuff (powder/packed powder), but still charge when turning isn’t an option. Pick the Sick Day if you love short, off-piste hikes out of the parking lot or bowls with cliff-hucking options. “This is the ski for days when inch-thick crust has encased your beloved powder,” says a tester who guides cat skiers in Colorado. “Because even in crap snow it gives you power and confidence.” Another tester called it “especially well-balanced,” meaning that he always felt “centered, fore, aft, and laterally,” even when ripping through bumps and airing off backcountry pillows. We liked how powerful and steadfast it felt, a result of a soft tip that floats over crud, and a stiff tail that aids in popping skiers from turn to turn. -Backpacker Magazine

Sick Day in Seattle Magazine’s Outdoor Gear Guide

November 18th, 2013 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

Line Sick Day 95 featured in the Outdoors Gear Guide of the November issue for Seattle Magazine.

http://www.seattlemag.com/gallery/new-fall-and-winter-outdoor-gear

Fall-Line Magazine: All-Mountain Ski of the Year

October 14th, 2013 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

SKI OF THE YEAR – ALL MOUNTAIN CATEGORY – LINE SICK DAY 95

An all mountain that’s 95 underfoot? Yes, we were surprised too, but this is a true ski-anything-anywhere-anytime plank that floats like a powder ski and rips like a piste ski. Built with a soft rockered tip and slightly stiffer rockered tail, the Sick Day line showcases some awesome graphics courtesy of illustrator Derrick Muscat. The whole Sick Day range wowed at the ski test, thanks to their stable, lightweight and easy to ski nature, but in this category, versatility is key and the 95 has it in the bucket-loads.

Skiing Magazine 2014 SKI OF THE YEAR

We could not find a situation in which the Sick Day 95, the narrowest of Line’s new three-model Sick Day series, wavered. For testers of all styles, sizes, and levels of aggression, it surfed soft and broken snow effortlessly, cranked spicy high-angle arcs without a hint of timidity, and flowed like honey through trees and bumps—all without punishing them for momentary balance lapses. Pop the champagne, no matter which coast you call home. This supremely versatile ski rules them all. -Skiing Magazine

The Ski Monster – Sick Day 95 Ski Review

Here is what The Ski Monster had to say about their 1st Day on the new Sick Day 95!

The first time I skied the all new 2014 Sick Day 95′s was at Stratton in Vermont…….On the way up we were talking about how awesome the name of the ski was and how cool the graphics were. On the way down I was even more stoked as I was nuking down some of Stratton’s steepest runs having more fun than I’ve had on a pair of skis in a long time. They are way easier to ski than many other skis in the same catagory; they’re less work than the Mantra, more fun than the Rossignol S3 and lighter feeling than both of them.”

Click here for the full Sick Day 95 ski review from The Ski Monster

Ski Union Takes a Peek at our 2013/2014 Freeride Skis

Ski Union took a look at our 2013/2014 freeride skis. From the Sick Day series to the Pandora to the Prophet series – the good folks at Ski Union like what they saw. To see the full story click here.

And click here to check out their full review of our new Freestyle skis

 

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