2024 Head Kore 99
The KORE 99's superpower is multitasking around the mountain. The ski's construction reduces weight without sacrificing performance, resulting in a nimble freeride ski with a lightweight construction that adds great touring capability. The core's materials have a high strength-to-weight ratio and include Graphene, Karuba wood and multi layers of carbon. HEAD's new topsheet shape, a sandwich sidewall construction, and tip and tail rocker add hero attributes to the KORE 99: stability, agility and power.
- Multilayer-Carbon Sandwich Cap Construction
- KARUBA-POPLAR Light Weight Wood Core
- Structured UHM C Base
- Tip-Tail Rocker
Weight per single ski without binding: 1740g @ Length: 177*
*production-related deviations must be taken into account
- Length: 163/170/177/184
- Sidecut: 134/99/120 @ Length 177
- Radius: 17,0 @ Length 177
Advanced - Expert
- If you enjoy hitting the biggest features in the park, aggressively carving high speed precision turns, and taking the steepest lines you can find, you will probably benefit from the features of an advanced - expert ski. These skis will be engineered with power, stiffness, and rigidity in mind. You will likely find layered construction with materials like carbon, metal and stiffer woods.
- Touring skis are engineered to climb uphill (generally with skins) as well as ski downhill. They will generally have a lighter weight to width ratio; wider designs rocking deeper snow and skis thinner at the waist being more appropriate for spring/east coast/distance touring. These skis will work well with either telemark or alpine touring bindings.
- Big Mountain and Powder skis will tend towards the stiffer side, usually with more rocker in the tip, and the tail having less. Hard chargers who prefer high speeds and bigger lines will benefit from the features these skis have to offer. These will typically be the widest skis and not be the best choice for piste.
Rocker / Camber / Rocker
- A rocker/camber/rocker profile has both the playfulness and float of a rockered ski while adding the edge hold of a cambered ski. This profile moves the front and rear contact points medial, but still not under your boot. A rocker/camber/rocker profile is excellent for an all mountain ski, giving you float in deeper snow and crud, with a good edge hold on piste.