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Line Sir Francis Bacon Skis (Men's)

Line Sir Francis Bacon Skis (Men's) -

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    Style: A1203002

    If you like Pollard's powder ski, you'll love his freestyle ski, the Line Sir Francis Bacon. This is an all-mountain freestyle ski, so it's for the guys who ride like it's all one big park. The waist width is very respectable, there's a powder tip, and there's early rise in both the tip and tail for good float. Sir Francis Bacon is solid on hardpack too, thanks to a good sidecut and stable sidewall construction.


    • Design: Freestyle
    • Dimensions: 140-108-136
    • Camber: Early-rise rockered tip and tail/ Traditional camber under foot
    • Turn Radius: 17.7m (size 184)
    • Skill Level: Advanced
    • Bindings: Not included


    • Early Rise tip and tail for float and easy steering in deep snow
    • Early Taper tip prevents hooking in powder
    • Sidewall construction with P-tex walls to absorb vibration
    • Thintip tapered tip and tail for reduced swing weight
    • Symmetrical flex feels the same forward and backward
    • FiveCut sidecut radius blends different shapes for enhanced turnability
    • Maple and Aspen core is lively and responsive
    • Durable sintered base

    Questions and Answers

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    "Are these the 2012 sfbs or the new 2013 bacons?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by lookin for bacons on 11/11/2012 - 7:05 pm
    "These Sir Francis Bacon skis are from the 2013 line. "
    Answer by Priya (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/12/2012 - 3:39 pm
    "I'm interested in the Bacon but not sure what length. I am 6' 180lbs and an advanced skier but want to be sure I have enlighten length for power but able to take into tight trees or groomers when there is no powder. Suggestions?"
    2 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Neil on 1/25/2013 - 8:21 pm
    "These skis are a little shorter than what I would recommend in length, for you. They will do great in powder. The have the width to float in powder. Since you are an advance skier and you are going for a smaller size, it maybe a better fit when you want to ski in tight trees though. "
    Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/28/2013 - 4:06 pm
    "184 - like early rise or rockers these skis ski short if anything. I'm 6' 1", 180 pounds and ski aggressively at Alta - trees and all - and wouldn't think of going shorter - may be longer tho"
    Answer by Doc on 4/21/2013 - 9:11 am

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