An all-mountain specialist, the Kore 93 can carve up corduroy or conquer tough snow conditions.
Head's new Kore construction creates a more nimble freeride ski thanks to the combination of Graphene, Karuba wood and carbon, which adds strength and performance without extra weight. Topless Tech carbon weave adds torsional rigidity where needed, while a new topsheet shape increases durability.
A sandwich vertical sidewall construction and tip and tail rocker round out the Kore 93's ability to perform well on hard snow, powder and everything in between.
• Sandwich Cap Construction
• Karuba Pappel
• Light Weight Wood Core
• Topless Tech
• Structured UHM C Base
• Tip-Tail Rocker
The lightest, thinnest and strongest material in the world lives in HEAD equipment. Stronger than diamond and over 300 times stronger than steel and only the thickness of one atom, you can benefit from the most advanced material on the planet on the slopes with equipment that is lighter and stronger.
Koroyd’s thermally welded tubular structure offers unique dampening properties and keep the weight down, desirable characteristics in skis. Head’s engineers have worked with Koroyd to integrate their innovative technology into specific skis where a smooth ride and precision is paramount.