Head iPeak 78 FLR Ski System

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    The Head iPeak 78 FLR Ski System with Power 11 Bindings loves burning groomers as much as you do, but it also has a secret lust for fresh snow. These truly all-mountain skis are 78 underfoot for a little float and feature Flowride technology. Flowride uses an area of reduced core thickness to promote lifting of the tip keeping you up above the soft snow. PowerRails give you excellent edge hold on hard snow for the ultimate in versatility.


    • Ski Dimensions: 124/78/110
    • Turn Radius: 14.6
    • Design: All-Mountain
    • Camber: Traditional with Rockered Tip


    • FLR Flowride Technology uses thinner core spot to promote float
    • Intelligence Technology responds to stronger commands with better response
    • Lightweight sandwich construction
    • PowerRail for excellent hold on hardpack
    • Full diagonal release binding included
    • Power 11 Binding DIN 3-11

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    "Do you mount the bindings and adjust to the purchasers boots?"
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    Question by tom on 12/15/2010 - 3:33 am
    "Unfortunately, we are unable to mount any bindings you buy online due to possible damage to both skis and bindings during the shipping process. If you have a local Peter Glenn around or a local ski shop can definitely do that for you!"
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/15/2010 - 9:21 am
    "How do these skis perform on occasional moguls?"
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    Question by jaybee on 12/20/2010 - 11:40 am
    "The ski is a bit wide under foot for a predominate bump ski, but if you are in the moguls less than 25% of the time you should be fine."
    Answer by ek0101 (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/20/2010 - 1:31 pm
    "These skis have an aggressive sidecut and a softer tip so they should perform pretty well for an occasional run through the moguls. "
    Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/21/2010 - 10:48 am
    "Okay. Any recommendations for a 50-50 mogul/groomer ski?"
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    Question by Dave on 1/10/2011 - 8:38 am
    "To recommend a ski several factors are to be considered like height, weight and skills level. As far a moguls the shorter the ski the better."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/23/2011 - 10:38 am
    "I see that the peak 82 gets better reviews then the other Head peak series. First, Why cant I find the 82s and what is the differance between the 82s and the 78s. and the 88s . Im a expert skier and go from tree's to grommers to mogels! any suggestions?"
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    Question by Rich on 1/26/2011 - 1:55 pm
    "The difference in the number is the waist measurements for each set. Depending on your skills and size you can select among these sizes. The wider the waist on the ski the better for off trail skiing."
    Answer by snow monster (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/28/2011 - 2:09 pm
    "Can this ski be purchased flat only? No power rail system/plate system. Would like to mount A/T binding on ski. Thanks for quick response."
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    Question by brad on 3/12/2011 - 10:41 pm
    "These skis are only available with bindings."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/17/2011 - 10:52 am
    "I am an advanced to expert skier 185 lbs 6ft 66 yrs old what length and would this be a ski for me your thoughts? I have skied volkl ac30 170 seems like im turning more than I want to. AC 30 holds high speed but its a heavey ski. Can you compare them?"
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    Question by John on 3/22/2011 - 9:44 pm
    "This ski has a light weight construction but its turning radius is smaller than the AC 30 at 14.6m. Both skis are very similar so if you like the AC30 this will be rally comfortable for you to use but with less weight."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/23/2011 - 10:13 am
    "Also noticed product is sold with Power 10-11-14 bindings what and why all skis 2011"
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    Question by John on 3/22/2011 - 9:50 pm
    "The Head Power 11 bindings ar built to match any rider’s needs. It is a versatile bindings that any rider will enjoy from amateur to pro."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/23/2011 - 9:58 am
    "I'm 5-8, 160lbs and a Advanced+ skier. I normally ski between a 163 and a 170. Would a 171 be too long in your opinion or is it ok to go longer with a round tailed ski?"
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    Question by Tom on 4/7/2011 - 1:51 pm
    "For your weight height and skills the recommended size is in fact a 170, however this ski has a rockered tip, if you go up to the 171 it will be just perfect to compensate the early rise on the tip for this particular set of skis."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/7/2011 - 2:02 pm
    "What is the difference between the Head iPeak 78 FLR Ski System and Head iPeak 78 PRO Ski System? Is the ski the same but the binding is different?"
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    Question by nick on 5/1/2011 - 12:39 am
    "The bindings are actually the same. The difference is that the PRO version is a slightly stiffer ski. You might like this if you are an advanced skier or you like to ski particularly fast. "
    Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/10/2011 - 11:49 am
    "In the Head website the show two Peak 78's, one is the Pro which looks like the one in your photo see http://www.head.com/ski/ski.php?region=us&tag=all_mountain_freeride&id=3030 and the other is the `regular' (?) http://www.head.com/ski/ski.php?region=us&tag=all_mountain_freeride&id=4001 Am I correct that yours is the Pro? Thanks."
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    Question by Peter C. on 5/4/2011 - 5:10 am
    "We do not have the pro version. We have the standard regular Ipeak 78. "
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/4/2011 - 9:49 am
    " i have been skiing the monster 70/170cm and love them for hard snow/icy cond.in the east. i like being able to move the binding forward as i am better able to stay centered. i would like a similar ski with more flotation for colorado. I am 47 yr old male,intermediate-advanced skill level. Would these fit the bill?"
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    Question by sjk on 8/7/2011 - 3:50 pm
    "FLR is really good for floating above the snow, so this would be a good option for you. The 78 waist width that you are looking at is pretty good if you only go into the deep snow occasionally; in Colorado where there is often a lot of fresh snow, you may want something wider."
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/9/2011 - 9:37 am
    "I'm 181cm and I weigh 75Kg, I wonder if I can use this product with 159 length to make small slaloms?"
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    Question by SajjadR on 3/1/2012 - 3:45 pm
    "This ski is a little too wide and too soft for a good slaloms ski. You would definitely want something more stiff. Check out the Nordica Hot Rod Igniter Ski System This is going to be better for what you are looking for."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/2/2012 - 4:02 pm

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