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Head: The Ski Racers Ski Company that hasn't Forgotten the All Mountain Skier

Head is best known for its ski racing products, and some of the best current and former World Cup ski racers can be found on Head skis such as Kjetil Jansrud, Ted Ligety and Bode Miller on the men’s side and Lara Gut and Lindsey Vonn on the womens side.  Bob's Sports Chalet carries a full selection of GS, slalom and multi-event Head race skis for both juniors and adults.  

 

Head may be best known as a ski racers ski company, but they haven’t forgotten the all mountain skier either.  They’ve used their knowledge and technology from the racing skis to make some of the best all mountain skis in the industry.

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Head may be best known as a ski racers ski company, but they haven’t forgotten the all mountain skier either.  They’ve used their knowledge and technology from the racing skis to make some of the best all mountain skis in the industry.

 

Head Kore Skis: Unique, High Performing All Mountain Skis

Head made a huge splash in the all mountain ski category in 2018 with the introduction of the unique Head Kore ski.  The Head Kore ski is a super light, high performing wood core ski.  The Head Kore comes in 4 widths, 93, 99, 105 and 117.   The Kore 93 is the most versatile all mountain ski whereas the 105 width is more of a freeride ski that can also be used as an alpine touring ski because it’s so light.  The Kore skis are also quite stiff, allowing you to carve those turns when the opportunity presents itself. Here is Bob’s Sports Chalet’s full selection of the Head Kore skis line.

 

Head was originally started in Delaware in 1950 by an areospace engineer, Howard Head who was the first to experiment with plastics and composite materials in an era when skis were still made of wood.  Tyrolia bindings are also made by Head.




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