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2012 Head i.Peak 90


Pros: killer end of season deals

Cons: will be tough to wait for the deals


The Peak 90 is one of those great skis that no one knows about and few places will stock. The 90 and its little brother the Peak 84 are two of the better skis in their respective categories but they go up against other skis that in many cases are not as good in as many areas as the Peaks but will out sell them ten fold because of marketing. If you skied the first generation of Peaks and were left unimpressed, forget them because these new ones are much better skis. These are some of the best kept secrets for 2012 and a Philpug Steals & Deals award winner. 






Length Tested: 177

Dimensions/Turn Radius:  16M@170cm

Camber: Traditional

Binding: Demo

Mount point: Suggested 


Environment & Conditions:

Location of Test: Northstar

Number of Runs: 20

Snow Conditions: 6" of fresh

Demo or Own: Demo


Tester Info:

Username: Philpug

Age: 47

Height/Weight: 5'10" 185lb

Ski Days/Season: 40-60

Years Skiing: 35

Aggressiveness: Moderate (Finesse) 

Current Quiver: 12 Blizzard Bonafide, 12 DPS 112RP Pure, 12 Kastle MX88

Home Area: Squaw & Northstar

Preferred Terrain: bumps, off-piste, trees

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2012 Head i.Peak 90

Descendant of the freeride legend HEAD Monster. The widest of the Peak line for 90% pow: Trust the grip. Trust the float. Fasten your seatbelt. Features Sandwich Construction and Flow Ride Technology.

Lengths163 / 170 / 177 / 184
Turn Radius16M @ 170cm
Core Material
Recommended BindingHEAD LX 12 wide 88 (matt black/white)
Recommended useOff-piste
Recommended LevelExpert
Model Year2012
Binding Included
Binding Type
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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