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Head Kore 93 Skis · 2021 · 171 cm

Head Kore 93 Skis · 2021 · 171 cm

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171 cm
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The lightweight all-mountain KORE 93 can carve corduroy or conquer tough snow conditions thanks to a construction that reduces weight and increases performance.

Age Group
Includes bindings
Model year
Ski Type
All Mountain, Backcountry
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Rocker profile
Tail profile
Partial twin tip
Tail width (mm)
Tip width (mm)
Turning radius (m)
Waist width (mm)
All mountain
Carbon, Graphene, Koroyd, Wood
Expert product review
Ski Expert Andrew Keehn
Review by Curated Expert Andrew Keehn
The Head Kore 93 is a true all-mountain crusher for the intermediate all the way up to the expert skier. Lightweight, stiff, and playful, this ski can be taken nearly anywhere, anytime.
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Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What is an all mountain ski?
All mountain skis are versatile skis that are designed to be used anywhere on the mountain, whether on groomers, bumps, in trees or open bowls, and -- depending on the ski --trips into the terrain park. "Narrow" All mountain skis range from 80mm to 94mm underfoot and are generally best suited for Eastern and Midwestern skiing, whereas Wide" All-mountain skis range from 95mm to 108mm and most appropriate for the range of conditions in the West. All mountains skis also range from lighter "playful" skis that are easy to pivot and jump with to "directional" skis that tend to be stiffer and heavier and are designed for stability at speed through variable snow. If you want a single pair of skis for a range of terrain and conditions, you will probably want an all-mountain ski.
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Head Kore 93 Skis · 2021 · 171 cm
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Cole Cuttitta
Cole Cuttitta
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Really popular ski in the past few years. Super lightweight, easy to maneuver quickly, 93 underfoot means you can get edge to edge quickly but still float in a little bit of snow. The construction of this ski makes it light but stiff so it'll go fast and cut through the crud.

Katherine B
Katherine B
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The narrow waist and substantial build will allow you to rip anything from cord to crud. It has a layer of metal in it that will offer stability while the 14m turn radius provides a quick turn engagement.

Thomas Harari
Thomas Harari
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Hands down the standout ski from 2019! Kind of a unicorn ski because of how light but stiff it is! Totally rips hardpack, but is relatively light for the uphill!