Designed to change your idea of what's possible on snow, the Sir Francis Bacon opens new avenues for creative riders. With a 107 mm waist and equipped with 3D Convex Tech™ technology, it surfs and churns through the powder without compromising edge grip on hard snow. The Bacon offers a stable yet playful riding experience in all snow conditions.
An all-mountain freestyle/powder ski for advanced riders. Shape, design, profile and construction have been specially tuned to deliver the best performance in powder. At the same time it is still playful enough for freestyle riding in the backcountry, no matter if high cliffs, kickers and switch landings in powder. If you are drawn to the piste from time to time, he won't let you down here either.
This ski comes with a Directional Twin shape, the nose is a few millimetres wider than the tail, with a central binding position. Thus the ski offers you the same skiing characteristics forward and switch. However, thanks to the slightly wider nose you get a little more lift in the soft snow.
The bend of this ski is basically a classic camber with subtle early rise in tip and tail. The result is a fun and reactive ski that allows precise turns and is flexible, even on difficult landings. Just like the shape of a spoon, the 3D Convex Tech™ technology lifts the contact points at the nose and tail off the snow to prevent catching edge and to increase uplift in pow. Without compromising stability, pop or grip on hard snow.
The soft/medium flex makes the ski very flexible, perfect for butter tricks and tweaks. While there is also enough pop to allow for a controlled ride.
The Partly Cloudy Core is a very light paulownia/maple wood core and offers the best weight to power ratio. The 30 % thicker Fatty Base & Edge™ is a 2.2 mm wide x 2.5 mm high edge and a 1.7 mm thick base. This drastically increases the durability and life of the ski. The continuous sidewall made of polyethylene absorbs vibrations and ensures excellent energy transfer to the edges.
#morefunner - do we need to say more? Line took the freeski market by storm as early as 1995, picking up on the desire among skiers to simply have more fun. They saw the need for twin tip skis, and set about making it a reality. They have been on top of their game since day one and it comes as no surprise that they are backed up by one of the most star-spangled freeride and freestyle teams on the market.