Women skiers who want a high performing frontside carving ski that’s versatile enough to take off-piste as an all mountain ski from time to time will fall in love with the Super Joy. Head perhaps says it best: these skis are “high speed, high class, and high fashion.” They perform really well as high speed carving skis, but with Head’s Allride rocker they retain the ability to play around in some softer snow conditions.
With recent developments in all mountain skis, powder skis, rocker/taper profiles, and the classic skier’s fascination with powder skiing, it can sometimes be easy to overlook changes in the frontside ski category. Volkl has been leading the charge with developments and new technologies in their carving skis and it shows.
The Salomon X-Max is a dedicated front side carving ski that’s designed for high speed aggressive carving turns on firm snow. Are you an absolute speed demon? Do you like making quick slalom style turns? The Salomon X-Max is an incredible quick, responsive ski. The full Ti Backbone delivers enough power for even the most aggressive skiers.