Head John 94
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Reliable performance in a wide variety of conditions. Offer a stable ride, handle crud and bumps smoothly. Handle landings solidly, feels stable and secure.
The Cons:Shorter radius turns are difficult. Too big for the park or pipe. A bit heavy and fast for beginners.
The Head John 94s are a twintip, powder pair of skis from Head's big mountain line that were also designed with John Lennon in mind. His experimental techniques led to greater songs, just as Head hopes their experimenting with the Head John 94 will lead to an amazing set of skis.
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It is built with a tricky twintip that is designed for big mountain skiing as well as technical riding. The extra durable ABS sidewalls are designed for powerful turns. The Head John 94 comes in four different lengths: 166, 173, 180, and 187 and it has a radius of 19.5 at the 180 length. It is built with a transparent UHM base and uses HEAD Mojo 15 (multicolor) bindings. It is best used in powder or open bowl terrains by experts, the Head John 94 was not designed for amateurs in mind. it comes only in one color, black.
- Designed for Experts
- Designed for powder and open bowls
- Length: 166 / 173 / 180 / 187
- Radius: 19.5 at 180
- Sidecut: 132 / 94 / 119 at 180
- Black color
- Sandwich twintip construction
- Extra durable ABS sidewalls
- Transparent UHM base
- Bindings: HEAD Mojo 15 (multicolor)
User Reviews (2)
reliable performance in a wide variety of conditions
offer a stable ride, handle crud and bumps smoothly
handle landings solidly, feels stable and secure
run very fast with good responsiveness
shorter radius turns are difficult
too big for the park or pipe
a bit heavy and fast for beginners
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