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Head Kore 93 Skis · 2020 · 180 cm

Head Kore 93 Skis · 2020 · 180 cm

$389.00
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Ski length (cm)
171 cm
180 cm
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Product details

The HEAD Kore 93 is both light and stiff. It’s designed for the skier who values a light ski but needs something that can keep up with a fast pace and aggressive style.

Key Features:

  • 93mm Waist – This is an all-mountain sized ski. It’s wide enough to handle fresh and variable conditions but thin enough to have tons of grip and precision on even the hardest of snow.

  • Karuba/Poplar Core – An ultra lightweight combo of woods with high strength to weight ratios. Stiff and light.

  • Koroyd® – A honeycomb matrix material that adds torsional rigidity to hold an edge well without making the ski stiffer.

  • Graphene – Graphene in the tip and tail make it strong and responsive while being super light and maneuverable.

  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Construction – Rocker in the tip and tail helps the ski plane in soft snow and be maneuverable when needed, while camber underfoot provides edge hold and stability at speed.

Gender
Men's
Model year
2020
Ski Type
All Mountain
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Waist width (mm)
93
Head Kore 93 Skis · 2020 · 180 cm
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Garrett Gimbel
Garrett Gimbel
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

A strong stiff ski to hold a great edge in any conditions but a really light agile build that can be pivoted and commanded in tight spaces, including moguls and trees. Being so stiff and light makes the ski very responsive to input, which is why they are so quick. The Kore 93s are great for the skier who likes to do it all; whether its tighter controller turns on the groomers, or longer, drawn out GS turns at higher speeds.

Mark Hotop
Mark Hotop
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

HEAD KORE 93's are my go to ski and everyday driver for any snow condition and terrain. I have never felt more confident and playful on a ski like I do on the KORE 93's. These skis absolutely rip on any terrain (steep off-piste and groomers alike) and there is no hesitation of popping off a lip or cornice into a pow field after laying trenches on the groomers. Powder bumps watch out because Zipper Line has a new meaning!!! Carve, Pop, Zipper, and Float anywhere with the Kore 93's. Early rise and tapered tip to camber underfoot to a stiff flat tail gives you the IDEAL formula of engineering like no other ski on the mountain. HEAD calls the KORE Series "A Skiers Ski"! If you know how to put a ski on edge and go, then the KORE 93 will be your Hero Ski!! Go with the KORE 99 if you want more float; all you sacrifice is a slight difference in edge to edge quickness.

Etienne A.
Etienne A.
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Another super popular light weight and agile ski! Also comes in a wider model! Rocker/Camber/Rocker profile for easy turn initiation, float, and edge control! Head puts some top not materials and design into these things and it shows! 16.4 turn radius so it makes some quick and snappy turns!

Jacob Zimmerer
Jacob Zimmerer
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

A strong stiff ski to hold a great edge in any conditions but a really light agile build that can be pivoted and commanded in moguls and tight spaces, including trees. These are a little more of an advanced ski, but I've found them to be quite forgiving. They will float well and are lightweight, so very easy to turn. Not as playful as other skis, but they really smooth out rough surfaces and feel stable.

Aaron Bandler
Aaron Bandler
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Carving on groomers, and venturing just about anywhere else. The ski is incredibly strong for icy, hard conditions, and it carves supremely well. It is also incredibly lightweight--one of the lightest skis in the category. That just makes it overall easy to maneuver and not tiring.