Line Sick Day 94


Men's All-Mountain
Price: £440.00 (ski only)
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
On piste short turns:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Upper Intermediate Lower Advanced Upper Advanced
Sidecut 131-94-117
Turn radius 17.6m (179cm)
Lengths 172, 179 (1,623g), 186
Construction Cap & sidewall
Carbon lightweight woodcore
Tip & tail rocker
Strengths Soft and playful in the pow. Nice shape
Weaknesses Not strong enough for high end performance on the piste

They say

With Magic Finger Filaments running tip to tail, quick-turning intuitive geometry, and an Aspenlite Core, the all-new LINE Sick Day 94 Skis float though pow and absolutely rails on hardpack. For those looking for one ski to take on the peak, trees, and groomers, the totally redesigned Sick Day 94 Skis are up for the challenge.

We say

Often with the smaller brands, which have more of a freeride/park image, it’s more of a challenge for them to step up and fight it out with the big guns when it comes to mix it both on and off piste. This is definitely not the case with the Sick Day! It has a really nice shape which gives the width needed for deep powder, yet still feels agile enough to make shorter turns. In backcountry powder conditions, the ski excelled, with the wide, rockered shovel giving early rise, while the soft flex gives a good feeling through the snow. On the piste it felt a bit too soft for strong performance, but the reactive sidecut made it give something back on the edge.

Tester Comments

Mark Jones
Nice width underfoot, great for deeper snow, with a wide shovel and a soft flex
Sam Parkes
Fun ski, soft, great for jibbing about