V-Shape V8 Ski with PRD 12 GW Binding by Head Skis USA
Powder days are all well and good, but whether you're a hardened ice coaster or a westerner still waiting for the storms to hit, sometimes the deep stuff is in short supply. When fresh snow remains elusive you don't need to throw in the towel--just grab the Head V-Shape V8 Ski and get reacquainted with speeds and steeps. With its super-light construction and responsive feel, this ski will be so much fun to rip around on that you'll forget all about that big storm that didn't hit. Whether you're cutting quick turns on upper-mountain steeps or shooting through some tracked-out trees, the nimble 75mm waist width will give you plenty of responsive control on hard packed snow, while the camber underfoot ensures that you'll have lots of stability and edge control as you hit Mach 10 speeds. There's also a rockered tip that keeps you prepared for variable snow conditions and those few fresh inches you might get overnight. This ski boasts an ultralight core combo of carbon, Karuba wood, and graphene, giving you a barely-there underfoot feel that still boasts unmatched strength and durability. The half-cap construction furthers this durability in a weight-saving design, and the included PRD 12 GW binding saves you a step in the process by offering a binding that's perfect for the advanced skier.
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Head Skis USA V-Shape V8 Ski with PRD 12 GW Binding
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