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Line Sick Day 114 Skis



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Description: Line Sick Day 114 Skis

Blast and surf through the deepest of the deep with the LINE Sick Day 114. Featuring a finely-tuned profile, light & durable Partly Cloudy Core that is reinforced by Magic Finger Carbon Filaments the Sick Day 114 is a playful ski that can still hold an edge. The Sick Day 114 is the best ski for everything if you are a skier who is constantly in changing terrain these tools on your feet will navigate you through the crud, chop, powder with a smile on your face. Slash through powder or stomp big landings with the Sick Day 114.

Key Features of Line Sick Day 114 Skis:
  • Capwall™ Construction: Combining the precision of sidewall underfoot, and the lightweight, durable performance of cap construction in the tip and tail, Capwall™ Construction provides the best of both worlds
  • 5Cut™ Multi-Radius Sidecut: FIVE different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel
  • Carbon Magic Fingers™: A wide array of carbon stretching from tip to tail for added stability without sacrificing weight
  • Thin Tip™: A thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight & tip bounce
  • Core: Partly Cloudy Core™ - A blend of lightweight Paulownia and Maple creating the best strength to weight ratio in our line
  • Sizes (cm): 180, 190
  • Dimensions (Tip-Waist-Tail) mm: 140-114-126
  • Profile (Tip-Waist-Tail) mm: 20-3-8
  • Sidecut Radius Avg (M): 21.1
  • Stance Back From Center (mm): -76.1
  • Edge Dimensions (mm): 2.1 X 2
  • Base & Dimensions: Sintered 1.3 mm
  • Ski Construction: Sidewall
  • Top Material: Hardcap Tpu
  • Flex Pattern: Directional
  • Wood Core Material: Paulownia & Maple
  • Early Rise™: Tip & Tail
  • Early Taper™: Tip & Tail
  • Extra Tech &/Or Geometry: Carbon Magic Fingers™
  • Weight (G/Ski): 1990
  • Flex Index: Medium/Rigid

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Rated 5 out of 5
2018 Review Update
...still rocks. Just wanted to add I used the 180cm with Kingpins and the new Ascendant boot while on my honeymoon in the Alps this winter and the setup killed it. Groomers, pow, crud, touring but mostly lift served. So 180cm touring setup and 190cm alpine is basically my quiver of 2, and I'll move narrower if conditions warrant.
August 15, 2018
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Really Really Good!
This thing is incredible! It flies, bounces, smears, and planes through untracked deep pow. It skis predictably through every type of variable snow-sun crust, wind crust, wind board, refreeze, corn, and hot pow. Its comfortable going fast but also easy to swing around and snap tight turns. The tip shape and rocker profile make sketchy "first turns" in steep couloirs easy. It's also damp enough that it doesn't get deflected and tracks/carves extremely well at speed. It will make you smile. It was nice to know that I could grab this ski and it would handle most snow conditions.

I had it mounted with Dynafit touring bindings and it became my go to touring ski. I mounted it on the factory recommended line and it was perfect. I've skied a lot of skis, and a lot of shapes, but the Sick Day 114 wins the award for most fun, most versatile, most awesome soft snow ski of all time. Dang good graphics too. Get it!
November 5, 2017
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Adventure Partner in ski form
I'm honored to say I chipped in with other Line athletes for development of these...and so maybe I'm a little biased...

I like skiing everything- groomers, jumps, jibs... but when conditions are right I like to ski fast and try to go big. Along that theme, I dig a neutral turn shape that you can adjust, rather than my ski pushing me to do something. This big Sick Day is happiest in a GS turn (especially my 190s) but the early rise and early taper help you get more creative with the turn entrance and exit, so you can slide things, power the edge in, or make your turn somewhere in between. The same early rise/taper prevents hooking, and so I find them so be as nimble as I need them to be when I'm billy goating. If I were back east, then I'd be on the 180s...or the 186 cm SD 104.

These 114s are wide enough to plane out and float in pow, strong underfoot for stomping landings, and a wood core with them magic carbon stringers that provide a really reactive, but stable base to launch from- be it into your next turn, or off the nearest bump to see how far you can boost.

If there were one thing this ski does best, for me, it's charging beat up pow. You want to be able to go fast, you want to be able to stomp, and you don't want to hesitate if conditions change. Here in Jackson a big pow day gets sliced up quickly, but honestly then you're carrying that much more speed and lips are more fkn sender, basically. No different at the other shred hotspots... you know where they are. Also for those that know the history of Line skis, these aren't as mean as the old Motherships, and they' more honed in than the Influence.

I don't want to think about my skis (or any gear) when I'm about to have an "oh $%^&" moment, so I dig the match of utilitarian function blended with fun and playful characteristics. I think this means these skis have a high shred quotient, but I'm better at skiing than creating metaphors.

I'm 165, 6ft, on the 190s. I mount on the suggested line or +1cm. I'm generally only skiing switch on groomers or park, so I prefer the stability of the longer tip. If you've got any questions about these skis or others, look me up on Insta.
November 1, 2017
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Make the mountains your beach!
LINE's tag like speaks the truth with the Sick Day 114. I put in a number of days on it late last season and loved its hard charging flex and quick initiation to turn. As a big fan of the Influence 115 from years past I was nervous that the SD 114 wouldn't match it. In so many ways it does and exceeds the Inf 115 in others. The carbon band Magic Fingers give the ski the stiffness you want for big mtn lines and stability on firm snow. And its all wood (no metal) construction allows the ski to be so light underfoot, you'll be amazed how well it changes direction in tighter places. Get one! Get some! Get the LINE Sick Day 114.
October 25, 2017
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