Head built its Monster 98 Ski like a heat-seeking missile that will blast down groomers, cut through crud and chop, and dominate bumps without breaking a sweat. When you find yourself staring down 2,000 vertical feet of immaculate groomers, the 80% camber profile will help you carve down the mountain with confidence, while a thin layer of Graphene over the full wood core gives this all-mountain Monster the backbone it needs to reach eye-watering speeds without leaving you scared at the bottom of the run. Once you've tracked out all the groomers, take the Monster off-piste to find those last stashes of powder that usually hide between the trees, then make tight turns with ease thanks to the early rise tip, which makes turn initiation a breeze. The 98mm waist offers plenty of float to keep you up once you find a pristine slope of powder, but it's not so wide that you'll feel like you're trying to ride your old water skis when you take them down the frontside.
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