Head Kore 93
Head Kore 93
The perfect transitional ski for dedicated front side carvers who want to start exploring the terrain outside the boundary ropes, the Head Kore 93 Skis offer a versatile mid-width option in the light-but-powerful KORE range.
Head s managed to shave weight in a number of ingenious ways, from the use of Graphene as a reinforcing agent to the Karuba wood core to the woven polyester topsheet, but this ski is no noodle (hint: it's a Head . Don't worry, the edge grip and stability you crave are still there, but the lure of the sidecountry will shine with a new luster on the Kore 93.
The KORE 93 handles well even on the slopes. Off-piste and back country feels like home. If you have never been on a wide ski before, you will now. Why? Thanks to its innovative design, it feels like like an ordinary slope ski. But the big difference is that you can use it on any terrain. The KORE 93 Ski is perfect for touring and downhill skiing. It combines the best of both worlds and remains lightweight. Just click in and go explore the mountains!
Free skier Magazine’s comments are:
The 93-mm waisted member is the skinniest of the KORE family, but don’t let its figure fool you: It’s a hard-charging machine. While it is featherweight, thanks in large part to its karuba wood core, the use of Graphene, Koroyd and carbon fiber in its sandwich construction stiffens it up without any added bulk. It’s a carving machine that’s easy to throw around all over the hill. “Absolutely blown away by the handling of this ski. It’s a damn sports car,” commented Drew Ingardia. “If this ski could hold me at night, we would be dating.” If you, too, are seeking romance with a speed-centric downhill race horse, get up the nerve to ask the KORE 93 for a dance.
Rocker / Camber / Rocker
Karuba Light Wood Core – Karuba gives the Kore series skis their pop and personality. It's the perfect ratio of density and weight. The advantages of combining Karuba, Koroyd and Graphene enhance the ski, making it light and balanced.
Topless Tech – Head uses a polyester fleece rather than solid plastic topsheet material to create the lightest skis in their category.
Graphene – The strongest, lightest material known to man is fused into the Kore's tip and tail to make it lighter and more responsive in deep snow.
Koroyd – Super strong, elastic and incredibly light, this honeycomb material is at the heart of the GKC ski construction.
Carbon Glass Fiber / Carbon
Lengths: 153, 162, 171, 180 and 189 (not all sizes are available in store - ask for details)
Pow, hardpack, tracked out, bumped up doesn’t matter when you’ve got one ski than can handle everything well and avoids the dilemmaof deciding between which ski to bring....that ends up with wishing you brought the other one.
Sandwich Cap Construction
Structured UHM C Base
Binding Compatibility - We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.