Bottom Line

The Sick Day 110 performs well in consistent snow, and rewards an attentive driver in a centered, neutral position. It’s soft shovels, shorter sidecut radius, and light weight aren’t going to simply smooth out choppy snow conditions, but it is a ski that will turn easily when asked, and can play on terrain features. It’s not for those looking to go as fast as possible while making as few turns as possible, nor is it a pure jib ski for spinning and popping off of everything in sight. It’s a more turn-oriented, play-in-tighter-spaces, softer-conditions ski that can still handle a groomer or big turn just fine.

If you are looking for a ski to tour on, but one that can still handle hold its own in-bounds in most conditions, the Sick Day 110 deserves to be on your radar.

Read the full in-depth review of the Sick Day 110 over at Blister Gear Review

Dana on the Line Sick Day 110, Taylor Mountains, with Mt Hutt Helicopters