The responsive twin directional form and refined flex and power distribution of the NEW PILOT provides solid flow for mature chargers. From carving and flat-tricks on the groomers and side-piste to blasting and popping powder fields, this mid-wide board in a Hybrid Camba POP construction has the pedigree and power to ride it all.
All-Mountain Freestyle - You want to have fun on the whole mountain? This board does everything with ease, from kickers and rails in the park to sidehits on the piste or powder runs and fast turns.
Directional Twin - The inserts on this twin board are moved back a bit. The longer nose will give you more control and stability on high speeds and added float.
The Hybrid Camba POP features an elevated flat section and a slight Rocka in tip and tail, combining edge hold with pop and float.
With maximum response and drive for fast, all-mountain riding, this snappy and stiff flex pattern creates powerful boards for powerful riders.
The Boost Board Architecture features a lightweight Honeycomb and Graphene reinforced nose that transfers power to the boards back end for a more responsive directional ride. The light nose section of the board is supported by a Graphene Tip layer, which increases the stability of this floaty, directional shape and moves the power distribution to the boards tail. All of that without adding any weight. Graphene is a 2D material that even when an atom thick is one of the strongest and lightest materials on earth. It's the strongest, lightest and thinnest super material known to mankind. Lighter than wood and metal, yet harder than diamond and 300 times stronger than steel. Honeycomb is a high-tech compound that allows a board to weigh less but maintain its core strength. It is arranged zonally in the tips of selected HEAD boards. The Sintered base has great wax absorption and a dense molecular structure for unbeatable speed.
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.