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2005 Head RS-100 Super Heat 3 Ski Boots

2005 Head RS-100 Super Heat 3 Ski Boots

Known by fitters as having a wide range of adjustable, for accommodating a wide foot -- 103 mm or more -- and for upright stance.

2007 Head Jon Olsson Pro Ski

2007 Head Jon Olsson Pro Ski

“this was my first freestyle ski purchased from my workplace. i was astounded by how light it was and how responsive it was. the edges are nice and hold well (being from chicago, ALL runs are ice). it handles jumps very well but i find it too narrow underfoot to use on rails. though i have used it in skiercross as well with very good results, at high speeds it chattered. if you are into jumps,...” --Xfreeski29

100% Positive Reviews
2007 Head Monster IM72

2007 Head Monster IM72

This is a great all mountain ski with a strong leaning to ripping up groomed runs and ice. It had loads of stabilization technology so the pilot should like to ski with a fair bit of speed (no cruisers here.) This ski is perfect for advanced all mountain eastern and midwestern skiers, and western skiers who ski mainly on groomed runs but do venture off now and then. Intermediates are allowed to...

2007 Head Monster im77

2007 Head Monster im77

Advanced and expert riders looking for a powder ski that performs hot on hardpack, pull out the Monster I.M. 77. Give it a 60/40 powder/piste ratio.

2008 Head Monster 95 OB

2008 Head Monster 95 OB

One of the lightest backcountry fat skis going, the new Monster O.B. weighs a mere 7.1 pounds. The low mass comes from Head’s Aircoat Hollow Glass Technology, which, due to the hollow fibers, is 40 percent less weight than regular fiberglass. Despite the low weight, however, the fibers have “higher compression strength and a higher specific strength” than any solid fiber. Also...

2008 Head Monster iM 82 Ski

2008 Head Monster iM 82 Ski

“I've skied on about 50 skis in the last several years, and these are the best all-around, IMO.  Damp, medium flex, good edge grip.  Stiffer than I like in light powder, but excellent in crud and all other conditions.  I can ski faster with these.” --crudmaster

100% Positive Reviews
2008 Head Monster iM88

2008 Head Monster iM88

“I demoed these skis for 3 days at Jackson and in short, they rocked.  My first though picking these boards up from TVS was, "wow these are heavy," and I found that mass translated into a beefy, confidence-inspiring feel on the hill, both on-piste and off.  While cruising the double-blues, these guys locked into a beautiful, rock-solid carve in both medium and long-radius turns as long as I...” --gfabbri

100% Positive Reviews
2008 Head Sweet Fat Thang - Women's Ski

2008 Head Sweet Fat Thang - Women's Ski

If you've never bought women's skis because you despise standing on mushy boards that dive in deep snow, you'll embrace the creation of the twintip Head's Women's Sweet Fat Thang Alpine Ski. Head built this ski for expert women skiers who push the envelope. Built with the Mojo 90 footprint and construction, the Sweet Fat skis like its brother, but is juiced up with a...

2008 Head Wild Thang- Women's

2008 Head Wild Thang- Women's

The Head Women's Wild Thang Alpine Ski offers a true women's-specific design for those ladies who ski fast and prefer to live life on the edge. Supercharged with titanium alloy laminates and Head's Metal Jacket construction, this ski is as strong, snappy, and full of energy as you are. By combining all that metal with a durable and naturally damp wood core, Head created a ski...

2009 Head i.XRC 600

2009 Head i.XRC 600

100% of the mountain, the Rossi Zenith Z9 skis will also ski well in almost any snow conditions. Designed for high speed skiers who want the quickness of a carving ski with the versatility and stability of a freeride ski. Excels in medium to long radius turns at moderate to high speeds. Features: - Rossignol Axial 2 120 TPI Binding - Oversize Concept with Extended Grip - Fiberglass H Shaped...

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