Blend resort and backcountry skiing seamlessly with the KORE 103 W. The lightweight construction means more energy for day-long mountain adventures thanks to materials that reduce weight without sacrificing performance.
HEAD fuses light Graphene into the rockered tip and tail for a feathery swingweight. Light but stiff Karuba wood in the core is sandwiched by triaxle woven carbon, and a new topsheet shape adds durability for freeride skiers seeking good snow in and out-of-bounds.
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The completely redesigned Squire 11 has progressive looks and is specially designed for lighter weight but fully motivated freeride and freestyle rookies. An extensively improved, lightweight Triple Pivot Light toe piece features a distinctive Ice Off Rail to keep the sole free of snow and ice.
A state-of-the-art Hollow Linkage heel with its wider boot holder reduces the step-in force by approximately 35%, even with GripWalk soles. All in all, the Squire 11 is very compact and, despite its GripWalk compatibility, only 24 mm high, which allows a very direct feel and ski control. Available in four colour combinations.
Marker universal brakes in combination with Marker bindings are suited for all skis with flat top sheet. Whenever a spare part is needed or when the binding gets mounted on a new wider or narrower ski. Compatible with following bindings: Royal Family, Tour
The history of the HEAD company starts in 1847 with the Tyrolia company, the Head Ski Company was founded in in 1950. Today it is one of the world leaders in the manufacture and distribution of sports equipment.
This Austrian company is split into five divisions: Winter Sports, Racquet Sports, Diving, Sportswear and Licensing. HEAD products: alpine skis, ski bindings, ski boots, snowboard and protection products, tennis and squash rackets, tennis balls and tennis shoes and sports shoes.
Head products have achieved their market leader positions based on sales and reputation and have high visibility due to their use by many of the today’s top level athletes. Head currently dominates the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.