2021 Head Kore 99 Women's Skis w/ Salomon Warden 11 Bindings
Head Kore 99 Women's Skis with Bindings
What a great killer deal for the advanced and expert lady skier. The Head Kore 99 W women's skis with bindings are an amazing setup for advanced and expert-level ladies who love to shred the whole mountain. From steeps and trees to bumps and groomers, these skis and bindings are set up to give you confidence and composure no matter what the conditions and terrain are. On those steeps, you'll love how stiff and stable the skis feel. With a Graphene laminate, the skis are pretty rigid, and this equates to solid edge grip and control when the angles become greater. When you have more control on the steeper terrain, you'll gain confidence in the other areas of the mountain, leading to more fun and better control in the grand scheme of things. In the bumps, the skis are on the wide side to rip some zipper lines, but they're still highly maneuverable thanks to that lower weight. Topless Tech shaves weight by eliminating the top sheet and making the existing upper layer a functional laminate as well as the top sheet. This innovative design is ideal when you're looking to make the ski get from one turn to the next quickly and efficiently. You'll be able to float through the trees no problem due to the overall width as well as the tip and tail rocker. This makes it easy and quick to get from one turn to the next, making the trees seem like a ton of fun rather than a series of unwanted obstacles.
- Sidecut: 131/97/118 mm at 171 cm length
- Turn Radius: 15.1 meters at 171 cm length
- Karuba Wood Core
- Graphene/Koroyd/Carbon Sandwich Cap Construction
- Topless Tech
- Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
- Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers • Powder
We're a few days behind on fulfillment at the moment. Once they leave our warehouse, it's 5-6 business days. If you want faster service, you can select expedited shipping and that'll move you to the top of the pile.
The Kore 99W has a slightly different shape than the Kore 99 but shares the same construction. With the 99W your actually on a 97mm width ski so a little more narrow for a faster transition. The 99W also has a tighter turning radius and can execute short turns a little easier than the 99. They're still very stiff for the build so I don't see any issues if you were looking for a lightweight short turning ski.