Head Kore 99 Review

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Updated June 27, 2022
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If you’re looking for a set of high-quality skis that can withstand any condition, the Kore series from Head is one of the best options. These skis have won numerous awards for their all-round performance and strength. They were so impressive that they even made it onto our best skis list.

Why We Like It – Atomic Vantage 97 TI

The Head Kore 99 mountain skis are lightweight and feature cutting edge technology to make them strong and durable. In terms of terrain, the Kore skis easily eat up both hard snow and soft snow with ease.

  • Ideal for any terrain
  • Very light
  • Very strong
  • Quite expensive
  • Binding not included
  • Maybe a bit big for some


The Head Kore 99 offers incredible performance thanks to its lightweight design. Where it excels the most is stability. Whether you’re coursing through bends or going at high-speed down a slope, these skis feel planted to the ground and give you the confidence to go faster. These Kore skis also have excellent responsiveness and can carver their way down a mountain without breaking a sweat. The Head Kore skis are excellent for intermediate and advanced users who want to go fast. Another set with outstanding performance is the Elan Amphibio 84Ti.


These mountain skis have an exceptional design mixing traditional materials with advanced technology. They have a lightweight Karuba core with Graphene Koroyd Carbon Sandwich Cap construction. Graphene is the thinnest and strongest material known to man and makes the Kore 99 super-strong. These skis come in a wide range of sizes to suit different users and have a turning radius of 17 meters. Compared to many other skis, the Kore 99 has an understated look with subtle branding and dark colors. Check out the Rossignol Experience 88 for a terrific alternative.


These skis are quite expensive and might have increased in price since last year. However, they can justify the price thanks to their fantastic quality and premium quality materials. Graphene is the strongest material in the world and doesn’t come cheap. In addition to the incredible construction, these skis do well on the slopes. Thanks to their light weight they effortlessly glide down the mountain and also offer incredible stability. Overall, they offer excellent value for money, just like the K2 Pinnacle 95

Atomic Vantage 97 TI Wrap Up

The Head Kore 99 is made of premium quality materials, including super-strong graphene. This means they are incredibly tough, but still very light. They are ideal for most types of terrain and offer a high-speed, stable experience. These skis might be a bit expensive, but you get what you pay for.

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