A true catch-all ski can be almost as elusive as the end of a triple rainbow. It's always bold to make a one-quiver-ski claim, but Head's Kore 105 Ski makes a hard case for this long-debated notion. The most all-terrain oriented of Head's Kore fleet, a rockered profile with camber underfoot means that the 105 floats through fresh snow with grace and ease, yet lays down turns on hardpack just as smoothly.Head Skis pulled out all the bells and whistles to keep the weight down on this nimble ripper, with an ultra-light Karuba wood core, a vibration-damping Koroyd honeycomb layer, and a super strong Graphene laminate. Finished off with Head's Topless Tech construction, a layer of polyester fleece replaces the traditional plastic topsheet to further reduce weight and keep this ski snappy and agile.
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