Head Caddy Ski

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Head Caddy Ski - Men's:  The Caddy, inspired by Freeski superstar Simon Dumont, is an elite level Park and Pipe ski that excels anywhere on the mountain.  Whether you’re laying it on the line in competition or shredding the steeps and trees with your bros, The Caddy will handle anything you throw at it.  The Caddy's PNP (Park and Pipe) rocker in the tip and tail provides the rider with reduced edge contact to seamlessly butter into tricks and initiate spins, while camber underfoot allows the ski to hold an amazing edge on hard snow or in the pipe.  At 84mm, The Caddy can handle any abuse because it’s built with Tuffwall sidewalls and a technology called ISS (Independent Suspension System); a rubberized material sandwiched in the tip and tail that absorbs the most teeth-rattling vibrations.  If you want a park ski that can go anywhere and do anything, The Caddy is the ski for you.

Does not come with binding


  • Sandwich twintip construction


  • Radius 20.2 @ length 181


  • ISS - Independent suspension system


  • Vertically laminated wood core
  • Highly-transparent UHM base
  • ABS Tuffwall sidewalls
  • PNP rocker (80% traditional camber, 20% subtle tip rocker)

Step into the Head Caddy Ski and go along for the ride as they carry your park and pipe game to the next level. Built with a PNP Rocker, the Caddy has 80% traditional camber underfoot to let you carve hard into takeoffs and pipe walls, and subtle 20% rocker in the tip that reduces edge contact for easy buttering and catch-free rail sliding. It's also been tricked out with Head's Independent Suspension System, which incorporates elastomeric vibration dampeners in the tip, tail, and underfoot, to reduce the chatter that can plague rockered skis. With full twintip construction, it's easy to ride the Caddy switch, and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls stand up to rocks, rails, and unfriendly urban landings. The core is made of laminated wood that stays light and poppy, and the UHM base is fast, durable, and highly transparent, so everyone can see the graphics shining through when you're poking out big tricks.

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Are you the type of person who loves to own only the most unique gear when it comes to winter sports? Then you're going to immediately fall in love with the 2013 Head The Caddy Skis. The Caddy Skis feature a twin tip directional twin to ensure ultimate balance and safety while using them. These skis also have a core made up of high quality wood, which ensures their complete durability. Don't you want the best? Then pick up the 2013 Head The Caddy Skis now!

Evo (2014)
Much like a golf caddy, the Head The Caddy Skis will be your guide to the mountain! A park and pipe destroyer that is just as comfortable all over the mountain, the Caddy's cambered profile and suspension system make for a ridiculously good park ski, perfect for stomps and smooth carves off jumps. The Caddy is also durable: Tufffwalls ABS sidewalls and sandwich construction make for one rugged setup!
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Dimensions:121/84/110 @ length 181
Recommend Bindings (not included):Mojo 12 wide 97
Terrain:Park and Pipe

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Head Caddy Ski Reviews:


I ENJOY skiing this ski so much. It is durable, having slid a few rails I can not tell, and I still love skiing it to the park and around the mountain just as much as jumping too. It carves like hell and full of life. So stoked I got it. HEAD makes the best skis. World Cup technology and experience in ski making history, in every ski.

Tyson Bolduc at Backcountry.com on 12/04/2013

This is definetly the best skis I've ever ride. The lightness and the good "pop" of the Caddy make them incredible for jumps, rails and pipe. If you are an hardcore skier, these are the skis you have to get. I always feel comfortable with the Caddy in the park, because I know they will never let me down. I highly recommend you these skis.

Olivier Montour at Backcountry.com on 12/08/2013

I have skied the Caddy for the last three years and have been so impressed. It is a playful ski on rails yet very stable for the jumps and halfpipe. The ski will never delaminate because the rubber construction in the tip and the tail. The edges seem to last longer as well. I would highly recommend this ski!

Christian Allen at Backcountry.com on 12/04/2013

The ski is really fun and playful, it holds up awesome so you can hit huge jumps, slide rails, and shred the pipe with ease! I have friends who are always blowing edges and their skis are delaminating. My skis stay strong, so i can ski strong and enjoy every day =)

jamie at Backcountry.com on 12/04/2013

I have been riding the Caddy for the last five months and I will never ride another ski again. It is the most durable park and pipe ski that I have ever ridden. The edging with the ski is top notch with having complete control over the ski.

Alex Ferreira at Backcountry.com on 12/04/2013

These skis have as much pop as any park ski should. The skis are really light on the feet and make getting through the whole park a breeze! Solid ski on all-mountain, but it really performs in the park and pipe just as it should!

Tanner Huffman at Backcountry.com on 10/20/2013

Very light ski with excellent swing weight. Great for spinning onto rails and off jumps. Also very durable. I haven't broken a pair yet and have been on them for almost 6 months now. Great park ski.

matt at Backcountry.com on 12/18/2013

this ski is so great! he is perfect for rails, big jumps and urban.
i really love skiing with that super ski.
YOU must have that ski!!!

Manuel Weissacher at Backcountry.com on 12/04/2013