The Kore 105’s strength- to-weight ratio left some scratching their heads wondering how a ski so light could perform so well. The longer turn radius seeks the fall line, but Head’s legacy of race skis is noticeable on firm snow, making it fun even when conditions aren’t ideal. The ski’s graphene-infused tip and tail matched with the Kore’s signature carbon, KOROYD, and karuba wood core means this ski is happy in back bowls, groomers, and the skin track.
Strengths: Crud Performance, Forgiveness
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