Sick Day 110 Tester’s Review

Buoyant in soft stuff and with a pocketful of turn shapes and styles, the Sick Day 110 is great for deep-snow days. What will shock you are its carving chops. It’s a stupid-fun pow ski that doesn’t sacrifice an ounce of hard-snow performance or energy between turns. As one tester succinctly put it, “This ski […]

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Blister Gear Review for Sick Day 110

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 […]

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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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Sick Day Show Stopper at SIA

The all new Sick Day 110 received SKI Magzine Show Stopper award for Best of SIA! “The Sick Day 110 is the key model in Line’s all new Sick Day series of light-weight, directional skis. A soft-rockered tip and and a stiff, slightly-rockered tail, should add up to fun for non-switch skiers. These skis feature […]

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