Head Venturi 95 Ski - Men's: The Venturi effect is an essential principle of flight, and HEAD's Venturi ski is an essential part of skiing. At home on the steeps, powder, crud, bumps, or icy groomers, this ski is amazingly versatile and can fly over any terrain. With Tip and Tail Rocker (TNT) and regular camber underfoot at a 95mm width, the Venturi ski allows you to carve with ease and precision. As part of HEAD's new Big Mountain “Flight Series”, the Venturi features Tip and Tail Stabilizer System (TTS) technology: an exoskeleton made of fiberglass-enhanced elastomers built into the rockered areas of the ski for vibration reduction, stability, and torsional strength. The HEAD Venturi 95 will take you on the flight of your life, buy your ticket and hop aboard.
Does not come with binding
The first thing you, and everyone else, will notice when checking out the Head Venturi 95 Ski is the space-age-looking plastic thingy at the tip and tail. If you want to drop some knowledge on the clowns that are giving you a hard time for skiing on kitchen utensils, tell them it's an elastomeric stabilizing inlay with a glass fiber exoskeleton, designed to dampen the vibration found in rockered tips and tails while increasing torsional strength and reducing swing weight. If you want them to understand what that means, sit them down and have them watch while you rip the headwall of the off-the-summit groomer, duck into the trees and surf through your favorite powder stash, and poke out a steezy spin over the cat track at the bottom of the hill.
The Venturi can do all of these things partly because of the aforementioned TTS, or tip and tail stabilizers, that give the ski its distinctive look, but there's also a host of other features that make it a versatile all-mountain destroyer, like TNT rocker, which has 60% camber underfoot and 20% rocker in the tip and tail, allowing you to rip groomers and schralp pow with equal aplomb. The rockered tips and tails help you float and smear, while the camber works with the torsional rigidity provided by the TTS system to lock edges into hardpack. You can do all of this while loving the smooth ride that the Venturi offers, thanks to its Independent Suspension System, which incorporates more elastomeric vibration dampeners in the tip, tail, and underfoot to save your legs for longer, harder shred sessions.
You might think all this fancy tech would make the Venturi a delicate museum-piece of a ski, but you couldn't be more wrong. It's built with a super-durable sandwich cap construction, which combines the toughness and strength of sandwich construction with the lightweight simplicity of a cap overlay, and burly ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that are designed to take a beating without dulling or blowing out. Throw in tough and fast UHM C bases with diecut graphics, and the mountain doesn't stand a chance.
The ski world has been talking about the new Head Venturi 95’s. Head built these all-mountain/big mountain skis with advanced-to-expert skiers in mind. They are built with Tuffwalls and an Independent Suspension System for impact resistance and vibration reduction. The 95mm waist keeps you afloat in powder, but still carves on the groomers. If you've been looking for a ski that will handle edge-to-edge well in powder, choppy snow, and on the corduroy, these are for you.
|Bindings:||Bindings not included|
|Camber:||TNT Rocker/regular camber underfoot|
|Radius:||16,0 @ length 191|
|Turn Radius:||16m (size 181)|