Line Sick Day 104 2018 Ski Review

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Megan Hughes

04 Oct 17

Line Sick Day 104 2018 Ski Review

Megan Hughes

04 Oct 17
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New for 2018, the Line Sick Day 104 is an extremely versatile ski that makes the whole mountain your playground, leaving you feeling great after a day on the slopes.

The Sick Day 104 is very similar to its younger brother, the Sick Day 94, but with an added oomph in the waist. This ski really is an impressive all rounder, meaning you will have just as much fun on the powder, in the park and ripping up the pistes.

On piste these skis are nimble with lightening fast edge to edge transitions and stability at speed.

You can really attack the groomed slopes knowing these skis will keep you stable underfoot. The responsive nature of the ski makes those quick, short, snappy turns as much fun as long, cruising carved turns.

Features of the Line Sick Day 104

The 104mm waist and tip & tail rocker make soft, deep snow a joy, allowing you to really take advantage of powder days. Off piste be prepared to float and cruise through any crud and bumps. The Line Sick Day 104 is very stable, powering through any obstacles in its way and making off piste highly enjoyable in any conditions.

Line Sick Day 104 2018 Ski Review

The Magic Finger carbon filaments new in this ski increase responsiveness and stability to a new level, meaning no terrain feels off limits when you have this ski underfoot.

Overall, the Line Sick Day 104 is a versatile ski that is full of power and confidence and will keep you having fun across the whole mountain. Best suited to an advanced skier who can really reap the most out of the versatility of this ski across terrains.

For more great ski gear reviews and ski test reviews, take a look at our ski and snowboard gear guide.

Specification

Price: £450
Aimed at: Advanced Skiers

Measurements

Size (cm) 172 179 186
Tail Width (mm) 121 121 121
Tip Width (mm) 137 137 137
Waist Width (mm) 104 104 104
Turning Radius (m) 19.3
Indiv. Ski Weight (g) 1889

Testing Scores

Edge Hold 8
Responsiveness 9
Versatility 8
Off-piste 9
On-piste 8
Overall Performance 9

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