2018 Head Kore 93 Skis
The 2018 Head Kore 93 skis are a perfect example of an everyday ski that performs very well in most major categories, and has very few weaknesses. Because of its construction, shape, and profile, the Head Kore 93 is extraordinarily versatile and worthy of consideration as a one-ski quiver winner. It is extremely lightweight and has a good size shovel, so it can float on some fresh snow without much complaint. It's fairly evenly matched both on piste and off, with the best part of the ski shining somewhere in the middle. Whether you're in the trees, bumps, steeps, or bowls, the Head Kore 93 can certainly handle everything you can throw at it. Thanks to its lightweight Karuba wood core, the Kore 93 feels a lot lighter than many other skis in its class. By adding Graphene (very strong and light) and carbon fiber to the mix, the Kore 93 behaves and performs like a much more beefy ski but doesn't have any of the sluggishness or abusiveness that a burlier ski has. With no metal laminate, the skis are more snappy and poppy than damp, but the materials used do provide for a very smooth ride. It's got some camber underfoot and a turn radius of 16.4 meters, so it rips shorter GS style turns with no problem whatsoever. They're lightning quick and super maneuverable, so tree skiing and moguls are an absolute blast. There's a lot of competition surrounding skis of this shape and capabilities, and the 2018 Head Kore 93 is certainly at the tops of the list.
- Turn Radius: 16.4 meters
- Sidecut: 133/93/115 mm
- Tip and tail rocker with camber underfoot
- Graphene, Koroyd, and Karuba wood core
- Ability Level: Advanced Intermediate to Expert Skiers
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