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Head Kore 2 W (2021)

2021 All-Mountain Adventure Boot Review

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Brand: Head

Model: Kore & Kore W



Specs

Tech Insole

Yes

Number of Buckles

4

  • FLEXES (WOMENS): 110
  • LAST: 100 MM
  • VOLUME: MEDIUM
  • PRICE: $775 (Kore 2 W)

Last season’s Best in Test Kore boot line returns with a new women’s-specific addition, the Kore 2 W. Built with the same graphene-enhanced lightweight shell and a beefed-up power plate in the upper cuff, the Kore line provides a solid feel during descents, and a simple walk mode allows for stress-free touring or strolling through the resort village. Head’s unique Liquid Fit liner is especially welcome on the women’s model as it eliminates dead space in the critical areas above the heel and below the calf. The aluminum buckles and ladder-locks are simple, effective, and, most importantly, built to last.

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