The new Sick Day 88 will be one of the great value skis this season for the intermediate to advanced skier who spends the majority of their time on the groomers, but looking to expand the terrain that they ride. Line's Aspenlite Wood Core creates a lightweight and stable feeling with the ability to rip and carve on the frontside of the mountain, even in heavy or firm snow conditions. A Directional Flex has a slightly softer tip that improves flotation, and easy turn initiation, while the stiffer tail delivers extra stability and power as you exit a turn. The 88mm waist is exceptionally nimble when you are slicing down the groomers, but can also pound through the bumps and tackle light powder. When the snow is good, and you have to get out on the mountain, it's time to use your Sick Day!
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