'Sick days' don't have to be strictly for in-bounds pow dumps. Heck, it's always a powder day somewhere, you just have to go out and find it. With the Line Skis Sick Day Tourist Skis there's no such thing as 'off limits' because these bad boys crave trips to the BC. A lighter, touring oriented version of the award winning Sick Day 102, the Tourists have an unbelievably lightweight Cloud Core™ that makes backcountry expeditions light on the legs and heavy on the stoke. The Line Skis Sick Day Tourist Skis are your gateway to more frequent pow days.
Early Rise™ – The rise of the tip and tail begin earlier as the ski profile moves away from center, making for easier turn initiation and helping to get the skis up on plane more quickly. This also means effortless float in softer snow.
Rocker Profile – 8 mm Tip / 4 mm Camber / 3 mm Tail
Directional Flex™ – The softer tip floats & initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability & high speed control.
5-Cut™ – 5 different sized sidecut radius shapes are blended into one, for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes.
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