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About Head Skis:

Head is synonymous with winning big races. Skiers like Bode Miller and Lindsy Vonn have helped raise awareness for one of the major US-born ski manufacturers by raising their skis on podiums the world over, but Head makes more than just great race skis. The Head Flight Series is a great choice for anyone looking for a tool to tackle big mountains, the Rev series is great for the all-mountain resort skier, skis like the Framewall and the Caddy are great for the park and pipe riders out there, and the Supershape series is the ski of choice for the beer league recreational racers out there.

Head Staff Reviews:


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By: Matt McDonald

2019 Head Skis Preview

Here are some highlights from the 2019 Head skis lineup: New Kore, Fresh Line of Frontsiders For 2019, Head brings back the smash-hit Kore series of freeride skis for a second season, but with a new face in the lineup. Meet the Kore 99. Built to match the other skis in the series—carbon, Graphene, koroyd, karuba—the Kore 99 flexes pretty stiff. However, like its brethren, we expect it to pair nimbleness and float with the typical components of Head skis: great edge hold, high speed limit, smooth ride. The combo launched the inaugural line of Kores to sell out early in the 2018 season. We expect the Kore to be equally as popular in 2019. Another reason for Head-y excitement? The debut of the new V-Shape series. With a bit of tip rocker to go with healthy sidecuts, ... Continue Reading