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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 Ski History:

Absolut Joy Model Lineage:

Absolut Joy (2015 - 2021) In Stock

Great One (2009 - 2011) Sold Out

Every Thang (2008) Sold Out

Framewall Model Lineage:

Framewall (2015 - 2021) Sold Out

J.O. Pro (2012) Sold Out

GP84 (2012) Sold Out

Cherry Kiwi (2011) Sold Out

Bullet 84 (2010) Sold Out

Black Jack 80 (2010) Sold Out

Mojo 80 (2006) Sold Out

Kore 105 Model Lineage:

Kore 105 (2018 - 2021) In Stock

Collective 105 (2014 - 2017) Sold Out

Sacrifice 105 (2013) Sold Out

Kiss of Death (2012) Sold Out

Inferno (2012) Sold Out

Jerry 104 SW (2011) Sold Out

Joe 105 (2010) Sold Out

Kore 117 Model Lineage:

Kore 117 (2018 - 2021) In Stock

Cyclic 115 (2014 - 2017) Sold Out Cyclic 115 (2014 - 2017) Sold Out

Hammered (2013) Sold Out

Kore 117 Model Lineage:

Kore 117 (2018 - 2021) In Stock

Cyclic 115 (2014 - 2017) Sold Out Cyclic 115 (2014 - 2017) Sold Out

Hammered (2013) Sold Out

Kore 93 Model Lineage:

Kore 93 (2018 - 2021) In Stock

Venturi 95 (2014 - 2017) Sold Out

Rock n Roll 95 (2013) Sold Out

Rock n Roll (2012) Sold Out

Johnny 94 (2011) Sold Out

John 94 (2010) Sold Out

Kore 99 W Model Lineage:

Kore 99 W (2020 - 2021) In Stock

Great Joy (2015 - 2019) In Stock

Monster 83 TI Model Lineage:

Monster 83 TI (2016 - 2020) In Stock

i.Peak 82 FLR SW PR Pro (2011) Sold Out

Monster iM 82 (2007 - 2009) Sold Out

Monster 88 TI Model Lineage:

Monster 88 TI (2019 - 2020) In Stock

Monster 88Ti (2016 - 2017) Sold Out

Peak 88 FLR (2011) Sold Out

Peak 88 (2010) Sold Out

Monster iM 88 (2008 - 2009) Sold Out

Super Joy Model Lineage:

Super Joy (2015 - 2021) In Stock

Mya No. 7 PR Pro (2014) Sold Out

Mya No. 7 (2013) Sold Out

Power Thang (2008) Sold Out

Supershape e-Rally Model Lineage:

Supershape e-Rally (2021) In Stock

Supershape i.Rally (2017 - 2020) In Stock

i.Supershape Rally (2014 - 2016) Sold Out

Supershape e-Titan Model Lineage:

Supershape e-Titan (2021) In Stock

Supershape i.Titan (2016 - 2020) In Stock

i.Supershape Titan (2015 - 2016) Sold Out

iSupershape Titan (2013) Sold Out

Supershape i.Magnum Model Lineage:

Supershape i.Magnum (2017 - 2020) In Stock

i.Supershape Magnum (2015 - 2016) Sold Out

iSupershape Magnum (2008 - 2013) Sold Out

Supershape i.Speed Model Lineage:

Supershape i.Speed (2017 - 2020) Sold Out

i.Supershape Speed (2014 - 2016) Sold Out

iSupershape Speed (2009 - 2010) Sold Out

Total Joy Model Lineage:

Total Joy (2015 - 2021) In Stock

Mya No. 8 (2012 - 2014) Sold Out

Wild One (2009 - 2011) Sold Out

V Shape V10 Model Lineage:

V Shape V10 (2019 - 2021) In Stock

Rev 85 Pro (2013 - 2015) Sold Out

i.Peak 84 FLR SW (2012) Sold Out

V Shape V6 Model Lineage:

V Shape V6 (2019 - 2020) In Stock

Rev 78 PR (2014 - 2015) Sold Out

i.Peak 78 (2012) Sold Out

V Shape V8 Model Lineage:

V Shape V8 (2019 - 2021) In Stock

Supreme Instinct Ti (2015 - 2018) Sold Out

i.Peak 78 (2012) Sold Out

Head Staff Reviews:


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By: Matt M

2019 Head Skis Preview

Check out our preview of 2020 Head skis. 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 ... Continue Reading