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Line Skis Bacon 115

Line Skis Bacon 115
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Introducing the LINE Bacon 115. Featuring all of the same tech features and improvements as its little brother, the Bacon 115 is the widest ski in our new All-Mountain Freestyle Collection. With a fully symmetrical flex and playful feel, the LINE Bacon 115 is ideal for anyone looking to add some freestyle flair to their powder skiing or for anyone who doesn't need the stiffness of the Blade Optic or Vision Collections. Whether you're stepping up to Backcountry Booters like Tom Wallisch, pressing butters like Mitchell Brower & Taylor Lundquist, or ripping Powder like Dylan Siggers, the Bacon 115 is up to the task.

Dimensions: 148-115-143 (178cm)
Sidecut Radius: 16.2 m (178cm)

- BEST FOR: All-Mountain, Powder
- SHAPE: 148-115-143
- WEIGHT (G/SKI): 2340
- SIDECUT RADIUS AVG (M): 18.4
- STANCE BACK FROM CENTER (MM): -40
- PROFILE (TIP-WAIST-TAIL) MM: 13-2-13
- FLEX PATTERN: Symmetric
- WOOD CORE MATERIAL: Maple Macroblock
- BASE & DIMENSIONS: Fatty Base™ Sintered 1.7 mm
- GEOMETRY: Single Radius
- SKI CONSTRUCTION: Thick-Cut Sidewall™
- EDGE DIMENSIONS (MM): Fatty Edge 2.5 x 2.2
- ECO-FRIENDLY: Yes
- WAIST WIDTH: 110+mm

BIO-RESIN: Featuring better bonding, improved cold temperature toughness, and a 20% reduction in the carbon footprint of the resin for every ski produced, The TC 94 and 101 are the first skis we have brought to production with our new Bio-Resin technology.

THIN TIP: We've extended the ski core to run through the tips and tails while creating a glass-on-glass bonding area in both the tip and the tail. This gives even compaction over the tip / tail of the ski and encapsulates anything that could delaminate in a large glass-on-glass bonding region, meaning that while delaminations can always happen, this will keep the delamination from propagating to the core of the ski and limit it to edge chipping.

THICK-CUT SIDEWALL: We've extended the amount of sidewall that stretches into the core of the ski while adding more material over the steel edges to increase the total bonding surface area. This creates sidewalls more resilient to hard edge impacts, like sliding rails.

FATTY BASE & EDGE™: 30% thicker base & edge, 2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life the skis.

SYMMETRIC FLEX: The same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward & backwards.

Skier Weight lbsSkier Weight kgSkier Height ft/inSkier Height CMSuggested Ski Length ExpertSuggested Ski Length Intermediate
30+ 14+ 3'6"+ 107+ 100 90
40+ 18+ 3'9"+ 114+ 108 98
50+ 23+ 4'0"+ 121+ 116 106
60+ 27+ 4'3"+ 130+ 124 114
70+ 32+ 4'6"+ 137+ 132 122
85+ 39+ 4'9"+ 145+ 140 130
100+ 45+ 5'0"+ 152+ 148 138
115+ 52+ 5'3"+ 160+ 156 146
130+ 59+ 5'6"+ 168+ 164 154
145+ 66+ 5'9"+ 175+ 172 162
160+ 73+ 6'0"+ 183+ 180 170
170+ 77+ 6'2" 184+ 188 178
190+ 86+ 6'4" 191+ 190+ 186
210+ 95+ 6'5" 195+ 190+ 190+

How do you pick the correct ski size? There isn't a perfect size for one's height and/or weight. The general rule is to pick a ski that is going to land somewhere between your chin and the top of your head. Pro and expert skiers may choose skis that are slightly taller than their height allowing for more speed and aggressive skiing, while beginners and intermediate skiers may choose a ski that is shorter (closer to the height of your chin) for a more manueverable feeling ski.

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