You've been skiing long enough to know what your favorite kind of skiing is, and that's "every kind." Steep upper-mountain bowls, tight tree runs, long and speedy groomers--you love it all, and you'll be able take it all on with the Head Monster 88 Ti Ski. Designed for all-mountain shredders, this ski has the power and stability to charge down hard-packed snow, and also lets you hop into a little bit of fresh stuff when it's not deep enough to break out the pow planks. The versatile 88mm is thin enough to keep you in control on corduroy runs and icy steeps, but wide enough to maneuver through a few fresh inches in the trees. With a camber underfoot you'll also have lots of stability and edge control when you cut deep turns on blue-square cruisers, and thanks to the rockered tip you can lift yourself above powder, slush, and any other variable conditions you come across. As the name suggests, the Monster 88 Ti uses titanal in its core, which, along with the ultra-lightweight yet insanely durable Graphene material, ensures a weightless feel that doesn't skimp on stiffness, stability, and all the dampening qualities you'll need for aggressive all-mountain exploration. The sandwich sidewall construction provides added durability for long seasons of hard usage, ensuring that you can keep being a monster of the shred on any trail.
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Head Skis USA Monster 88 Ti Ski
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