LINE SIR FRANCIS BACON 2016

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Eric Pollard's Award Winning Quiver-of-one.

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  • Disciplina
    • Freestyle Backcountry
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  • Stato
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    • 1 anno
  • Genere
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LINE SIR FRANCIS BACON 2016

For the skier whose playground is the entire mountain. This is Eric Pollard’s award winning everyday ski which now features the light weight Partly Cloudy Core™.

Eric struck a perfect balance between fun, float & grip. The Sir Francis Bacon Skis Early Rise design keeps you floating in powder forwards & backwards with a nice springy tip & tail for big ollies and smooth butters.

Its reliable flex under foot & deep sidecut provides edge hold to pass racers on the downhill course with a smile on your face . . . backwards.

If you’re a looking for a powder ski, but still want the all-mountain ski performance to throw tricks on any terrain, just add bacon!

INFORMAZIONI TECNICHE :

CONSTRUCTION:
- Sidewall™
- Early Rise™
- Early Taper™
- Thin Tip™
- Fivecut™
- Sintered Base
- Partly Cloudy Core™
- Symmetric Flex™
- Longer Active Edge™

SPECS:
- Waist Width mm: 104
- Length cm: 178, 184, 190
- Shape mm: 135-104-131
- Sidecut m: 17.4 (184cm)
- Stance mm: Eric's Choice -20 / Recommended -60
- Weight: Weight: 2,045 g/ski (186)
- Profile mm: 9-3-9
- (Tip Early Rise-Camber-Tail Early Rise)

TECHNOLOGY:
- Partly Cloudy Core : A lightweight full wood core using Paulownia, Given its straight grains this give a ski strength and responsiveness while keeping it light and lively.
- Early Rise™ : The rise in the tip starts earlier for effortlessly staying on top of the snow without needing to sit back. - Early Taper™ : The widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduces tail drag and hooking in powder.

Spatola (mm) Centro (mm) Coda (mm) Raggio (m) Peso (g)