Head Supermojo 105 (2008)
Head skis rarely lack for power and precision, and the 105 is no exception. But by dialing back the beefiness a notch (there's no metal), its designers produced Head's most successful ski in the test. Without topping a single performance criteria (though it was virtually tied in Balance of Skills) the 105 topped the category in Overall Impression. Never too much, never too little, it's a study in versatility. Which it ought to be, given the price. "Great ski," said Preston. "Nimble, quick, powerful."
Powder, trees, soft bumps, soft groomers.
The price-conscious consumer.
|Rating: Powder Performance||3.55 / 5|
|Rating: Stability at Speed||3.56 / 5|
|Rating: Long Turns||3.40 / 5|
|Rating: Medium Turns||3.52 / 5|
|Rating: Short Turns||3.31 / 5|
|Rating: Maneuverability||3.45 / 5|
|Rating: Hard Snow Grip||3.38 / 5|
|Rating: Crud Performance||3.41 / 5|
|Rating: Corduroy Performance||3.54 / 5|
|Rating: Moguls Performance||3.69 / 5|
|Rating: Forgiveness||3.32 / 5|
|Rating: Quickness/Bumps||3.53 / 5|