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      Head Kore 117


      ca 6500 SEK

      Rating & Reviews
      12 Ratings & Reviews
      4.8 of 5

      Just because you're strong as an ox and capable of dragging an anchor around on a powder day doesn't mean you should. If a ski like the Head Kore 117 Skis came along that offered amazingly light weight along with the stout flex and power Head is known for, wouldn't you buy it? Of course you would. Big and burly for the ultra deep, gravity-defying steeps, and hucking massive bergschrunds but nimble enough for that eight foot wide couloir and tight trees, the Kore 117 is a magical combination of everything you've been asking for in a ski.

      • Rocker typeRocker / Camber / Rocker
      • CoreKaruba 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
      • Turning Radius12,3m @ 180cm
      • Tip, Waist, Tail143 - 115 -127 (in 180cm)
      • LaminatesTopless 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
      User profile imageWilliam Sköld
      Mar 24, 2019
      User profile imageFabian Omne
      My ski of choice. It’s lightness compensates the width, making it a very stable but versatile width. It eats most conditions like a god, but go for the 105 when it’s more concrete than snow in the slopes. But 9 out of 10 times I prefer this ski over the 105 as I can do everything with this, and it feel like going on a flexible train. Me like!
      Mar 30, 2019