Line Sir Francis Bacon Ski – 2014
Slopeside Ski Review - Line Sir Francis Bacon 2014/152017 costa serina agriturismo peta malattie veneree uomo sintomi piede occhio di pernice cura
The Line Sir Francis Bacon is one little piggy that every core skier needs as your one ski quiver that will take on all of the hogs in the barn. At mm in the waist the Bacon can float through the pow, be edgy enough to get you to the good stuff, and spin away to impress all of the sows. The Maple Macro Block wood core is powerful to blow through anything that will stand in its way. The Early Rise Tip and Tail will keep your snout out of the blower, so you can be floating and turning, while the camber underfoot will give you the spring to get your hooves off the ground with every turn. The 5 Cut Side Cut will give you any turn shape you want, while the Early Taper will prevent you from dragging your rump. If you want to be the talk of the yard, get off your ham and get your Line Sir Francis Bacon today.
Rating: / 5 Price: $ Year: Level: 3 Gender: Male Waist Width: Line reduced the width of the Sir Francis Bacon from mm to the.
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Evan here. Just got off the Line Sir Francis Bacon. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This is the one-quiver ski from Line at the waist. It's going to be for your advanced-to- expert skier. Paul uses this as his all-mountain ski and you should too.
Line reduced the width of the Sir Francis Bacon from mm to the current mm three years ago to make it a more versatile "quiver-of-one" fattie. The ski has become the brand's top seller. It's still a powder ski at heart, though narrower than the Opus and with less tip and tail rocker. Like the Opus, it has moderate tip taper for looseness and maneuverability in powder, but is edgier and more eager to arc than the ultra surfy new Sick Day models. For big guys and hard chargers, a new cm length has been added for Pollard himself mounts the Bacon forward 20 mm behind center for bi-directional playfulness, but Line recommends a more traditional mm mounting point for more traditional ripping.
2014-2015 Line Sir Francis Bacon