The Head Kore 99 is a versatile, lightweight All-Mountain ski that floats well on powder days but can still hold an edge on-piste. The Kore 99 is perfectly suited for someone who wants to ride all over the mountain, no matter the conditions.
The mix of quickness and stoutness is what makes the Kore series so successful. This ski likes to make medium-wide turns and will edge well on the groomers and float on the fresh stuff. The Kore 99 will also handle the crud with ease so long as the skier stays more aggressive in their skiing style and enjoys going fast. This ski doesn’t want to be lazy.
The Head Kore 99 is jam-packed with tech all in the name of a lighter ski that doesn't sacrifice its power or durability. The ski's core is created with Ultralight Karuba wood, laminated with Graphene, then honeycomb-like material called Koroyd is thermally welded, and topped with polyester fleece to increase response, and torsional stiffness.
In short, it's fast, it's strong, and it’s light! The Head Kore 99 is a great pick for the skier who wants one ski to do it all.
Utah Ski Gear Condition Rating System
New | Like New | Very Good | Good | Fair | Poor
Top-sheet: Good. Some scratching from use. Epoxy has been used near edges.
Base: Good. Tips of tails are missing the black cap piece. Bases remain in great shape with light scratching.
Edges: Good, no burrs or rust.
Binding: Tyrolia Attack 11. Din range 3-11. BSL Range: 260-380mm
Turn Radius: 13.2M
Note: These skis have received a tune from Utah SKI Gear which includes:
- Bindings, Topsheet, Base, and Edges inspected
- Base Grind and Wax
- Edges Sharpened
- De-tune of the tip and tail
Disclaimer of Warranties:
For previously owned and used skis and bindings:
- Equipment is sold “as is”
- The buyer assumes all risk as to the quality and performance of the equipment
- Skiing is dangerous. Ski at your own risk.
Special Safety Notice for Bindings: We urge you to take your boots and bindings to a shop certified by the bindings manufacturer to have a function check. The majority of shops will charge for this service. Even though we may, by request, check to see if a binding should fit your boot sole length, such an adjustment and fit check does not verify that the bindings will release properly with your boot. Only a certified shop can do this, with the user's boots present.
Skiing is dangerous. Ski at your own risk.
About Utah Ski Gear: Utah Ski Gear was established in 2011 and we believe that skiing is for everyone. Helping our customers find the right equipment to get them and their families skiing is our passion. We understand price can be the biggest deterrent and because of this we offer new and used skis on a budget. For the more experienced skier looking for advanced gear, we offer hard-to-find accessories like specialized tuning equipment and high-performance skis. Customers preferring maximum comfort while skiing can find electric boot heaters, such as Hotronic FootWarmers.
All our photos for this product are professionally taken in-house and are of the actual product you will receive. This setup was photographed and listed by Maea at Utah Ski Gear.