V-Shape V4 Ski with PR 10 GW Binding by Head Skis USA
You might not consider yourself an intermediate skier yet, but you've gotten a few tastes of speed, and once that happens it's hard to be content with snowplowing down green runs. For the progressing beginner with eyes on higher speeds and steeper runs there's the Head V-Shape V4 Ski. With its ultralight weight, on-piste performance, and forgiving ride, it's the perfect ski for those who want to start exploring more of the trail map. The 73mm waist with is perfectly thin to help you initiate turns and make quick adjustments as you gather speed on hard-packed groomers, while the camber-underfoot provides lots of stability and edge control as you experiment with longer carving turns. The V4 gathers its name from its v-shaped sidecut, which will help you initiate turns with less power and technique, helping you get the feel for both while still ensuring a fun day on the slopes. You've also got a rockered tip that'll help you handle variable snow conditions from slushy spring days to sprinklings of overnight powder. Making this ski even more suited to beginner skiers is the included PR 10 GW that takes the stress out of binding shopping, and has a wide enough DIN range to keep up with your progressing skills.
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Head Skis USA V-Shape V4 Ski with PR 10 GW Binding
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