2024 Head Kore 105 Video Review

Tech Details

Head Kore 105
Length Tested: 184
Lengths: 163, 170, 177, 184, 191
Dimensions: 135/105/125 @ 184
Radius: 17.8m @ 184
MSRP: $989.99
More Info: head.com

Test Notes

The moment I snapped into the Head Kore 105, it was game on. Point this bad boy down some hard pack or a groomer, and it will take you from zero to one hundred in an instant, providing long, hard, fast and aggressive controlled turns with no chatter back. Finally got that long-awaited pow day? The Kore has you covered—in face shots. This ski will float over the snow and drop you in dreamland while cruising through the deep. Choppy chunder day? Check, as its stiffness will keep you blasting through everything in your path, although I found that managing tight trees did take a bit more effort. So for those who like to charge heavy and ski fast, consider the Kore a highly recommended option. I already can’t wait to get back on this ski and giddy up. —Jack Lesnik

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  • Loves to ski fast and aggressively.
  • Charges through everything in its path.
  • Versatile in all types of terrain and snow conditions.


  • Would likely feel too stiff for an intermediate or non-aggressive advanced skier.
  • Requires a bit more effort in tighter terrain.

What type of terrain is the Head Kore 105 best suited for?

Everything from the steeps to the bumps and the groomers.

What type of snow conditions is the Head Kore 105 best suited for?

Powder, chopped-up snow and groomers.

What type of skier is the Head Kore 105 best suited for?

Advanced and expert-level skiers.

Jack Lesnik

Age: 33
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 175 lbs
Occupation: Ministry of Highways Operators Manager
Years Skiing: 30
Preferred Ski Length: 178-188cm
Preferred Ski Width: 108-120mm Underfoot
Preferred Terrain: Steeps
Preferred Conditions: Powder

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This review was independently done and the views are that of the author.

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