Designed to help create the most comfortable experience possible, HEAD skis aim to help winter sports enthusiasts have the best time. With the range of lightweight, reinforced skis, HEAD is committed to enhancing your abilities and performance. Whether you are trekking through mountain paths or slaloming down slopes, these skis can keep up.Men's and Women's Skis
If you are looking to buy a new or used pair of men’s skis, HEAD offers suitable options for all ability levels. Other than the patterns and colours, men's skis are generally heavier than women’s skis and longer. The latter tend to be smaller and lighter. Despite these differences, choosing skis generally comes down to preference. If you feel more comfortable in skis intended for the opposite gender, then so be it.Choosing Your Skis
Before buying, please make sure you have the right size ski equipment. If the skis are too small, they will be extremely uncomfortable and may take a lot of effort to put on, and if they are too large, you run the risk of injury through them coming loose whilst skiing. In terms of ski length, the tips should generally reach between your nose and eyebrows with the tails on the floor; this depends on the kind of skiing you plan to undertake. Shorter skis are usually better for novices as they are easier to control, whereas veteran skiers should base their choice on the kind of turn they are planning.Styles
Two of the most popular HEAD skis are the Kore and Joy series. The compact and secure binding in the Kore keep your feet safely in place on the graphene, koroyd and carbon sandwich construction that is designed for optimal performance. Ideal for all levels, the lightweight Joy skis are heralded for manoeuvrability and buoyancy on the slopes. Otherwise, you have many other HEAD skis to choose from, so it's worth researching which line-up best suits you.Ski Gear
In addition to the skis themselves, it is recommended that you wear additional ski equipment, such as a padded and insulated jacket, ski trousers, insulated gloves and goggles. Novice skiers should wear helmets at all times to stay protected.