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Head Skis USA Kore 105 Ski

$748.95

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    Kore 105 Ski

    A true catch-all ski can be almost as elusive as the end of a triple rainbow. It's always bold to make a one-quiver-ski claim, but Head's Kore 105 Ski makes a hard case for this long-debated notion. The most all-terrain oriented of Head's Kore fleet, a rockered profile with camber underfoot means that the 105 floats through fresh snow with grace and ease, yet lays down turns on hardpack just as smoothly.

    Head Skis pulled out all the bells and whistles to keep the weight down on this nimble ripper, with an ultra-light Karuba wood core, a vibration-damping Koroyd honeycomb layer, and a super strong Graphene laminate. Finished off with Head's Topless Tech construction, a layer of polyester fleece replaces the traditional plastic topsheet to further reduce weight and keep this ski snappy and agile.

    • Super lightweight ski that loves off piste and fresh snow
    • 105mm waist blends float in powder with nimble control on firm snow
    • Short turn radius boosts maneuverability and control in tight areas
    • Koroyd layers boost edge hold by reducing shock, increasing damping
    • Graphene layer reduces swing weight for added maneuverability
    • Carbon fiber laminates boost torsional rigidity for edge hold
    • Koroyd wood core creates a smooth and lightweight platform
    • Structured base helps you skip through flat areas and alpine lakes
    • Item #HEA004M

    Tech Specs

    Length
    162cm, 171cm, 180cm, 189cm
    Dimensions
    [180cm] 135 / 105 / 125mm
    Turn Radius
    [180cm] 17.8m
    Profile
    tip-tail rocker
    Construction
    Graphene-KOROYD-Carbon Sandwich Cap (half-cap)
    Core
    KARUBA lightweight wood
    Base
    structured UHM C
    Tail
    flat
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing, telemark skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Great ski !

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Love this ski!
    I weigh 220 lbs so anytime I hear (light weight) I tend to steer clear. Hopped on these yesterday and bombed harbor chop, bumped up powder and dust on crust, these skis ate it all up!
    I’ve had identical experiences on my Kore 117’s. These skis are legit chargers. Picking up a pair to replace my gen 1 Cochises.

    Light and Stiff

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I’m on my 2nd pair of these which is a testament to how great they are. Light, stiff, and easy to turn, these skis can do it all. In bounds, side-country, long multi-day touring mission, these skis can be your one ski to rule them all!

    My one gripe with the Kore line is the lack of early tail rise (just one mans opinion). However, what it lacks in its ability to be playful, it fully makes up with it’s fast forward and hard charging capabilities.

    Super Sick Surf Sticks

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Fun Skis. I've skied these guys in-resort with alpine bindings in both powder and hardpack, and they are buttery smooth. The primarily rocker shape of these skis let them pivot around and dodge trees like a dream. When on harder snow, the edges don't "grab" like a ski with heavy camber underfoot, but they roll over onto the edges and they really hold well and feel like the slice through the snow. They aren't floppy at all, but have a medium stiffness I felt. Just enough give to launch you off bumps and jumps.

    Its not the lightest ski with the 180cm coming in at just over 8lbs, but it certainly delivers that one-ski-quiver versatility especially for downhill focused skiers looking to have fun and charge down the mountain.

    Unanswered Question

    Can you please share weights for this and all backcountry skis? Thanks!