Line Sick Day 104
Based on 23 reviews
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- Great for anyone that needs a slightly wider all-mountain everyday ski
- Not as energetic and not quite as surfy as the Soul 7
- Better in crud than the QST 106
Concerns about the holyshred and enforcer 104 free are the two sheets of metal coming off the Line Sick Days. Concerns about the Sender is if the the tail splay is enough (I'm sure it is)... but prefer skis that are less hooky. Moving off the rental skis to the sick days were great when i was still learning and wanted to bail speed quickly by kicking out the heels.
1 year ago
Looking for lightweight powder/freeride ski very similar to Soul 7
Better in crud than the Soul 7 but not as energetic and not quite as surfy. Line Sick Day 104 is better in crud and even lighter but not as energetic or surfy. Elan Ripstick 106 is energetic and quick and light but not as surfy. K2 Reckoner 102 or 112 and Line Sir Francis Bacon will be as surfy and forgiving but they’re forward mounted which you may or may not care about.
1 year ago
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