Line Sir Francis Bacon Skis
The Line Sir Francis Bacon freeride ski is Eric Pollard’s personal quiver of one, designed to be the most versatile ski in his collection for handling all terrain and conditions.
The re-designed Sir Francis Bacon features a sleeker profile and the ultralight Cloud Core, with the playful all mountain freestyle personality and intuitive feel that you’ve come to expect and love from the Bacon, just with less weight.
The Sir Francis Bacon has plenty of width for the pow along with the agility needed to ride the entire mountain. The SFB has been completely designed for a level of quickness and versatility previously considered impossible in this width, yet with enough float to be worthy of Pollard’s name.
A lower Early Rise tip geometry PLANES INSTEAD OF PLOWS in the deep. The length of Early Taper puts much more Active Edge length in contact with the snow for MORE GRIP & LESS SLIP. The Bacon’s smooth & reliable flex pattern feels like an extension of your feet, literally carving on a dime as well as it floats in the powder.
The Sir Francis Bacon would be a great tree/pow/BC ski out west, and even on the east coast.
Length: 178cm, 184cm, 190cm
Sidecut: 17.4m (184cm)
Stance: -21mm (184cm)
Profile mm: 9-3-9 (Tip Early Rise/Camber/Tail Early Rise)
Weight: 2045 grams per ski (184cm)
Early Taper tip and tail
Early rise tip and tail
5 Cut Geometry
Sintered Fatty Base & Edge
Longer effective edge
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