2022 Head Total Joy Women's Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 11 GW Bindings

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2021 Head Total Joy Women's Skis with Bindings

There's a lot to like about this setup. For ladies who enjoy the art of the carved turn, the Head Total Joy women's skis with bindings are a fantastic choice. This setup is bound to take your skiing skills to the next levels and beyond. Thanks to the combination of light weight and performance, the Total Joy is the best way to artistically make your way down a pristinely carved slope. At 85 mm underfoot, these things have a great blend of width for stability and versatility as well as torsional stiffness and edge hold. The fact that you can make a slalom-style turn on these one run and dance through the bumps and trees the next run is pretty telling of the fact that these are a lot more useful than they let on. Whether you're an advancing skier looking for a light-weight front side option or someone looking to lay down some clean arcs on the corduroy, the Total Joy is the whole package. They're sleek and smooth thanks to the Karuba Light wood core, and they're also strong and stiff due to the Graphene and Carbon. This dual-nature of the ski is very appealing to a wide variety of skiers who are looking to take advantage of all the mountain has to offer. When paired with these bindings, you know you're getting a killer deal that is not to be missed.


  • Sidecut: 134/85/113 mm at 158 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 12.7 meters at 158 cm length
  • Karuba Light Wood Core
  • Graphene and Carbon Laminates
  • Slight Tip Rocker
  • Protective Frame Structure
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers 


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can this ski also be skied by a man ?
Question by: james michael cobb on Mar 17, 2021, 1:09 PM
Hi James,

In theory, yes these COULD be used by a man. There's nothing stopping you from using these. With that being said, in most cases there are notable differences in the construction of a women's specific ski vs a men's specific ski. In most cases women's skis are offered in shorter lengths and are setup to accommodate a smaller or lighter skier. I recommend you check out the "men's recreational skis" category on our website for skis most similar to this one.


Answer by: Matt McAlary on Mar 17, 2021, 1:33 PM

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