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SKU-8963hdritpp1216zz-head-ski-packages Head Raw Instinct Ti Pro Skis w/ PRX 12 Bindings from Altrec  sku

Head Raw Instinct Ti Pro Skis w/ PRX 12 Bindings - 8963hdritpp1216zz-head-ski-packages by Head

Item description: This Hiking Ski Packages product is by Head - As raw as it gets, this ski will dig out your most inner instinct and drive your snow compulsion through all terrains. Allride Rocker ERA 3.0 Graphene Sandwich Cap Construction Structure UHM C Base Lengths: 149, 156, 163, 170, 177 Dimensions: 124/78/110 @ length 170cm Radius: 14.7 @ length 170cm Bindings: PRX 12 Plate: Allride Base... Learn More

Manufacturer: Head

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