Head Monster IM77 and IM88

Head Monster IM77 and IM88

Lange, Stuart
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Skiers nowadays seem to be searching for that one ski that will perform in all conditions and push their skiing ability to the next level. With that in mind, we’ve picked out a few skis that will open your eyes, push your limits, and handle any snow condition on the mountain this season. The Head Monster IM77 is an all-mountain ripper on and off the groomed terrain. If you primarily ski hardpack with the occasional powder day, this is your ski. The wood and liquid-metal core makes it both damp and responsive—quiet at high speeds and quick edge to edge when you need it. At high speeds there’s no chattering and it charges through crud and powder like a ski with a much wider waist. If skiing the tram at Big Sky or the High Traverse at Bridger Bowl is more your thing, then try the Head Monster IM88—the ski that does it all. This is the aggressive in-bounds skier’s dream ski. It shares the same core construction as the IM77, so it’s very reactive and quick, which allows you to focus more on the run than what’s on your feet. With an 88-m waist, this ski will charge in three feet of powder, on east coast ice, and summer corn snow—there is nothing this ski won’t do. Truly, this is the one-ski quiver.




Stuart Lange is the General Manager of PhD Skis in Bozeman.
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