Skiing Mag Tester’s Review of the Influence

The Influence is a beast. It fearlessly eats up fall line, doesn’t have a top end, and is a surprisingly fun carver. “A three-dimensional ski,” said one tester, “with a nice blend of power and finesse.” It’s definitely better suited for more-aggressive skiers, but if that’s your style, the Influence will hit plenty of sweet […]

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Sick Day 125 is Skiing Magazine Tester’s Choice

“What a terrifically fun ski,” proclaimed one tester, clearly excited by the new Sick Day 125’s large and varied skill set. This ski levitates in powder, knits through the trees, and carves an impressive trench into groomed snow for a 125-millimeter fatty. Tip and tail taper makes for an effortless steering experience. This ski has […]

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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 […]

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On The Snow Editors Choice Award

By On The Snow Line’s new Sick Day series has three waist width offerings (125, 110 and 95 millimeters) and are all designed for fall line skiing with a focus on weight reduction. The Sick Day 110 has no metal and features maple underfoot and aspen in the thin tips to reduce swing weight. Line’s […]

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