The 2023 Head Kore 111 skis will help you channel your inner pro skier. if you follow the Freeride World Tour, this is the ski you will see Head Freeski members on ripping big mountain lines and claiming podiums. At 111-millimeters under foot, these skis are all about floatation and skiing powder and soft snow. The Kore 111 can be summed up as a light hard charger, ideal for an expert aggressive skier seeking deep turns and big peaks. For such a big ski it's still very light which makes it a bit more maneuverable. Stable at speed and blasts through soft and variable snow with ease. This is a long turn ski with a 21.1 turn radius, so it really likes to stick to that and shines at speed too. Built for big mountain faces and skiing at eye watering speeds, this freeride weapon can tackle the toughest terrain and conditions on any given day. As with the entire Kore lineup, the Kore 111 strength to weight ratio is simply off the charts. It's very lightweight so it can maneuver in those billy-goating sections peppered with rocks, where swing weight is very important. And because of the skis build it still skis very powerfully and aggressively, so you need to be always on your game to make these skis work for you. Hard chargers looking to qualify for the tour of big mountain skiers looking to shred steep peak are all about the Head Kore 111 Skis.
- Sidecut: 140/111/127 mm
- Radius: 21.1 meters at 184 cm length
- Core: Karuba and Poplar
- Multilayer Carbon Sandwich Cap Construction
- Topless Tech
- Structured UHM C Base
- Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers