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Waist Width: 102
The Sick Day Tourist is an all-new ski from Line, and its technology is quite new to the overarching Sick Day Collection as well. It's intended for touring (hence the name), and has a couple aspects to it worth mentioning: Its Cloud Core is designed to be durable and lightweight thanks to a combination of wood and composite materials, developed for an easier touring experience than some of Line's other skis. Its Shockwall Construction also incorporates a full height sidewall designed for extra absorption on those not-so-smooth runs. This is a unique ski from Line, but it does share a couple things with the other Sick Day models: Five Cut technology combines five different sidecut designs, intended to collectively simplify turn initiation and grip. Directional Flex also integrates a softer tip and stiffer tail, designed to initiate turns well while maintaining stability. If you're looking for a touring ski from Line this season, the Sick Day Tourist will be your one of your best bets. For something similar but less touring-focused from Line, check out the rest of the Sick Day collection. Line, founded in 1995, is based in Seattle, Washington.