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Overview

About Head Collective 105 Alpine Skis

Closeouts. Head's Collective 105 alpine skis are your go-anywhere choice for freeskiing artists who make the entire mountain their canvas. Durably built with impact-resistant Tuffwalls and camber underfoot with plenty of width, they offer responsive performance and plentiful float.

Specs

Specs about Head Collective 105 Alpine Skis

  • Core material: Wood
  • Base material: UHM C
  • Construction: Sandwich cap
  • Profile: TNT rocker
  • Tail: Raised
  • Overall weight: 9 lb. 3 oz.
  • 171:
  • Tip width: 145mm
  • Waist width: 104mm
  • Tail width: 127mm
  • Turn radius: 15.3m
  • 181:
  • Tip width: 146mm
  • Waist width: 105mm
  • Tail width: 128mm
  • Turn radius: 17.5m
  • 191:
  • Tip width: 147mm
  • Waist width: 106mm
  • Tail width: 129mm
  • Turn radius: 19.8m
  • Recommended use: Alpine touring,Powder
  • Made in Austria
  • Gender Men
  • Return information
  • Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by J boogie from In the woods on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
I Have not mounted these skis yet as I'm still decideing on bindings but they look great and the fit and finish is beautiful I'm 99% sure they will perform as good as they look made in Austria not china.
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About Head

Ever since founder Howard Head developed the first laminated metal skis back in the 1950s, the Head sports equipment company has continued to innovate better and better products. From alpine skis to snowboards, tennis racquets to snorkeling gear, this brand is committed to producing the absolute best equipment in the world. Introduced in the late 1960s, Head tennis racquets were the first to feature aluminum frames, an innovation that quickly became an industry standard before carbon fiber and advanced fiberglass composites. Today, Head skis continue to be the choice of World Cup ski racers, and the company now offers a full line of Head snowboards for freestyle and all-mountain riders. Jump ahead of the curve and take your sport to the next level.