The Sickstick is legendary. The freeride favorite has been around for a decade now, and for its tenth year it gets an overhaul that adds a freestyle air while retaining the directional charm that has given the Sickstick its storied legacy. New for this season, the cambered portion of the board extends further throughout its length than previous generation before kicking into an early-rise rockered nose that offers the type of flotation that's come to be expected from this model. The amount of taper has also been decreased, making it a slightly more ambidextrous ride than in years past. One tester explained the Sickstick's persona as "well-balanced," adding that it rides "stiff but not overly so," that it was "snappy, fun, and easy to turn." Another added, "This board is a good example of a softer profile with enough dampening to rail an edge."
Length (cm) –Waist Width (cm)
151 — 26.3
157 — 25.5
162 — 26
Camber: Directional hybrid—setback camber with rocker in the nose
Shape: Tapered directional
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)