Head Bullet 84
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Can handle all-mountain skiing, not limited to any section. Just enough stiffness to handle hard pack. Large enough surface area to glide over powder.
The Cons:Not as flexible as some park skis, lose a little maneuverability. Advanced downhill skiers will want a stiffer ski that can keep a high-speed edge on hard pack.
The Head Bullet 84 is a pair of skis designed for expert skiers who want a fun pair of skis to do freestyle skiing and tricks. It has durable ABS sidewalls to handle those tricky turns or other abuse that happens to skis at fun parks.
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It comes in a black color and the manufacturer says it comes with HEAD Mojo 12 bindings in a matt black or silver. The Head Bullet 84 is not designed for speed but it comes in a variety of lengths: 161, 171, 176, and 181. It has a radius of 20.2 at the 181 length and a side cut of 121/84/110 at the 181 length. It has a sandwich twintip construction and a transparent UHM base. Not recommended for beginner riders, the Head Bullet 84 is still durable and basic enough that beginners could use it for part of its potential.
- Designed for fun parks
- Designed for experts
- Length: 161 / 171 / 176 / 181
- Radius: 20.2 @ 181
- Sidecut: 121/84/110 @ 181
- Black color
- Sandwich twintip construction
- Extra durable ABS sidewalls
- Highly transparent UHM base
- Bindings: HEAD Mojo 12 (matt black / silver)
User Reviews (2)
can handle all-mountain skiing, not limited to any section
just enough stiffness to handle hard pack
large enough surface area to glide over powder
built durable, can see some harsh use without damage or visible scratches
glide over rough patches and bumps without a problem
symmetrical design perfect for the park
not as flexible as some park skis, lose a little maneuverability
advanced downhill skiers will want a stiffer ski that can keep a high-speed edge on hard pack
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