The freestyle athletes from Head go on a medal hunt with the Caddy. The robust Tuffwalls sidewalls make the ski almost indestructible. With Head's own Shock Absorption System this ski is an absolute allrounder, whether in the pro jump line or jibbing. The special PNP rocker profile increases pop and power with a forgiving rocker in tip and tail.
A freestyle/park ski for advanced shredders. This ski comes with all the features you need as an ambitious park rider. If you are drawn to the piste from time to time, the Caddy won't let you down here either.
This ski comes with a Directional Twin shape, the nose is a few millimetres wider than the tail, with a central binding position. Thus the ski offers you the same skiing characteristics forward and switch. However, thanks to the slightly wider nose you get a little more uplift in fresh snow.
Head's Park & Pipe Rocker combines a regular tip and tail rocker with regular camber underfoot. The result is a fun and reactive ski that allows precise turns and is flexible, even on difficult landings.
A strong medium flex gives you all the freedom you need in the park, while still providing enough stability for big kickers.
In the Sandwich Twintip construction, Head combines a vertical laminated wood core for durability with the Independent Suspension System to prevent vibration. The UHM C Base is a very robust base and resists even the hardest park riding. Tuffwalls are extremely impact resistant ABS sidewalls. The ISS - Independent Suspension System consists of elastomeric vibration killers, which are located in the nose, the tail and under the feet. The elastomers reduce the vibrations that usually occur with rocker skis. Underfoot vibrations are dampened to give you a smooth ride.
A leap of faith and a whole lot of persistence lead Howard Head to create the first aluminum ski with steel edges and a snow-resistant top sheet. Head spearlined the development of skis as we know them today, and their skis are still among the best in the world.