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2014 Line Sick Day 95 and Line Chronic

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Anyone skied either of these? What did you think? What did you ski in/on (groomed, bumps, crud, trees, powder)? What are your stats (height, weight, years experience, blood pressure, HDL/total ratio, etc.)? How do they compare to other skis in the 85-95 waist range?

Thanks!
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Sick Day: Nimble, quick, light, twin tip similar to Rossi S3.  Nice even flex, big sweet spot, decent edge hold on boilerplate but better in soft snow.  Good in bumps/trees (twin tip makes it easy to slide).  Me: 160 lbs.  Instructor at Copper.  The ski is a good choice for a skier of my weight or lighter; wouldn't recommend it for a big, burly skier.  Others out there (Nordica, Blizzard, Stockli, etc.) better for them. 

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Thanks, they sound good.  I'm 150 lbs and not known for my burliness.  I'll see if I can find a pair to demo.

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