These ski's have only been used a handful of times and look Fantastic! The come with Marker Bindings. The Sick Day 94 takes the place of the Sick Day 95. Besides a waist that's a whopping 1 mm narrower, the Sick Day 94 is a full Aspen core making it a bit lighter than the Sick Day 95, the turning radius is also a bit shorter giving it's softer core a little more life on the hardpack. The shape doesn't differ much from the 95, but the Sick Day 94 is quicker and less damp, kinda skis like the Volkl Kanjo but has better float.
Capwall - A combination of cap and full sidewall construction. Sidewall is placed directly over the edges for increased edge hold, while cap construction runs the length of the ski helping to reduce weight and increase response. Aspen Macroblock - Lightweight wood, for a nimble and quick feel that won't bog you down.
Early Rise - Tip and tail early rise provide the skis with superior float in powder, as well as effortless turn initiation regardless of snow condition. Early Taper - The skis widest points are tapered earlier to provide a more predictable feel in soft snow, and help eliminate tail hang-up. Thin Tip - An incredibly thin wood core and sidewall are placed in the tip of ski for supreme weight reduction. Directional Flex - Softer tip, Stiffer tail. A softer tip floats better and turns easier, while a stiffer tail provides energy and power.