Choose your last width with Adaptive Fit Technology. Choose your flex. Choose your line. HEAD’s best selling boot for good to expert, performance-oriented skiers.
High-performance ski boots thoroughly fitted to the female form – now with the added option to adjust the boot’s last! Features Women’s HP HeatFit with Fur Lining and SoftWalk Heel + Grip System. For good to expert skiers.
While the shapes and constructions of Head freestyle groovers remain in the trusted hands of our riders and engineers, the graphics this year re brought to you by NYC based artist Justin Kauffman. So if you're ready to take street culture to the mountains, Put yo hands in the air. And everything else too.
Slow, low and dangerous baselines’ your gig? Then this ski’s performance will shake you to your bones. Twin tip sandwich construction with tip and tail rockers and 125mm waist for the biggest mountains, baddest pow and highest cliffs. Alaska proven.
“ Ski: Head Inferno Dimensions: 130/104/120 Tested Length: 181 Turn Radius: 26 Price w/binding: $990, w/out binding $800 The Good: Initiation, short turns The Bad: Adaptability Verdict: Precise, easy to initiate, and as one tester phrased it, “Positive in the belly of the turn,” the Inferno felt agile and quick. Push it too hard, though, and that sense of response...” --Mag-e Ski
The true freerider for resorts where groomed is the rule, but for riders who want to keep their options open. Features Intellligence Technology and PowerRail.
“bought these new very cheap in 171cm length me: 6ft1, 160lb expert skier on and off-piste wanted a more versatile ski than my XRC1200's (more "all mountain" as far as east coast goes). they do what I as expecting from them: offer stability (even at high speeds) with excellent grip on hard snow (ice, firm). Haven't tried them in "powder", but I'm not expecting a lot of...” --Pieter
“ Ski: Head Peak 84 Dimensions: 128/84/112 Tested Length: 177 Turn Radius: 15.4 meters Price w/binding: $975 The Good: Adaptability, long turns, general use The Bad: Short turns Verdict: Effortless turn initiation, edge hold and a “feel for cruising” were some of the top comments regarding the Peak 84. Trying to make the ski stick to short turns plays against its...” --Mag-e Ski
“ 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...” --Philpug
For players looking for a big air guitar solo down virgin powdry slopes. Kiss your friends goodbye, ‘cause you ain’t coming back anytime soon. Twin tip sandwich construction with Flow Rise Technology and 110mm waist for big mountains and big cliffs, with good maneuverability in-between powder runs. Alaska proven.