Line Sick Day 88 vs Weston Summit
- Great for intermediates
- Stable for its weight
- Easy to get into turns
- Holds an edge well
- Great for all-mountain skiing
- Light and agile
- Durable construction
- Good value for the price
- Easy to ski on edge
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Another "quiver killer" from Weston!
I have skied the Summits in a variety of conditions ranging from New England hardpack (read, sheer ice) to fluffy powder to bumps, trees, and wide open spaces. On the hardpack, they hold an edge without feeling skittish or chattery, on powder, the big shovel and the rise in the ski tip floats the ski beautifully and gives a nice, "surfy" feel to the ride. They maneuver well in small, tight radius turns in bumps and glades, but hold their own when the terrain opens up for long, carving turns. The only condition where I have found they underperform has been thick, heavy storm snow that has included a mix of snow and rain in the same storm
1 year ago
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