This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:
Amazing! These are my go-to skis for groomer days. There are two things that I love about these skis:
1) Even though they are aggressive and capable of going 100mph with big turns they are also capable and skiing slow or skiing quick tight turns. You can get a bit lazy or tired with them and they don't punish you for it which many aggressive frontside skis can't do.
2) All of the tech in this ski really does feel like it's doing something. Take the KERS for instance. I'm pretty sure I feel it working since the rebound of these from turn to turn is incredible. They really pop you from turn to turn. The sidecut and radius also feel perfectly designed as you can really lean into this ski and carve a perfect turn that puts a big smile on your face.
All in all, the general vibe when one of us at the shop skis anything in the Head Supershape lineup is "Wow! These are fun!".
In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Offered on the men's side in 93, 99, 105, and 117 versions, the formidable Kore is going to also be available in women's versions (93 and 99) for next year. Don't worry, ladies—these are the same Kores but with more sizes and a slightly more forward recommended mount point. The other Kores will also be offered in shorter sizes, opening the line up to more skiers. Also important in the 2020 Head skis lineup: the revered Supershapes get fresh paint jobs but no other changes.
On the boot side, Head carries its Kore momentum into the freeride touring market with the Kore 1 and Kore 2 models.
Supershape topsheets change, but the skis stay the same.
The Kore 99, 105, and 117 will be offered in more sizes.
The Kore W, in 93 and 99 ... Continue Reading
By: Matt McDonald
So you're sick of paying for health care and looking to make some extra cash in beer league or NASTAR racing. We get it.
Or maybe you just want to leave your friends with dust in their mouths. We also get that. And while we at Powder7 predominantly chase powder rather than charge groomers, we can appreciate a good frontside ripper like anyone else. Because "slow" signs are meant to be sprayed, right?
And the Best Carving Skis of 2019 are...
Pow7's Top Picks
Stockli Laser AX. Why we love it: Stockli knows how to make speed demons that ski smooth and easy. It sounds easier to do than it is. Who it's for: Never-racers who want snappy, fast groomer performance without pointless bulk.
Kastle MX84. Why we love it: Sick of hearing us talk about it? Find us a smoother fast ... Continue Reading
2020 Head Supershape i.Titan Description:
Make the mountain your universe, and rule it like a Titan. The widest ski in the Head Supershape lineup, the i.Titan year-in-and-year-out dominates the Colorado galaxy and beyond. It's one of our all-time favorite frontside skis, and save for a new topsheet, it's the same as ever for next season. Graphene keeps many of Heads skis relatively light for how powerfully they ski. With Race Structured Bases and World Cup Sandwich construction, the i.Titans flat out haul. They love to be pushed by aggressive, fast skiers. However, the reason they are so popular is that they stop short of being full-on race skis. Speed Rocker and ERA 3.0 technology make them surprisingly easy to ski, even at various speeds. To ski them is to take a sip of Race Ski Lite - and we mean that in the best way possible. At 80mm underfoot, the i.Titan specifically is the widest and most versatile ski in the collection. Similar skis: Stockli Laser AR, Stockli Laser AX, Head Supershape i.Rally.
2020 Head Supershape i.Titan Specs:
|Rocker:||All Mountain Rocker|
Skis In The Head Supershape Series:
Supershape i.Titan (80mm) In Stock
Supershape i.Rally (75mm) In Stock
Supershape i.Magnum (72mm) In Stock
Supershape i.Speed (67mm) In Stock