Head i.Peak 84 Ski System with Bindings

Head i.Peak 84 Ski System with Bindings -

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Style: 953540

So you can't committ, huh? You can't decide between the perfectly corduroyed groomers, or the fluffy deep powder in the trees. The Head i.Peak 84 Ski System is full of understanding. Just like you, this ski wants to make fast arcing carves on the frontside, and then dive off into an afternoon of indulgence on the backside. With Intellifibers that can adjust the torsional strength of the ski, and a blend of both rocker and traditional camber, the Head i.Peak 84 really is your perfect date this winter.


  • Design: Frontside/ All-Mountain
  • Camber: FLR Flow Ride early-rise rocker/ traditional camber blend
  • Ski Dimensions: 128-84-112
  • Binding: Head Tyrolia LX 12 binding included
  • Turn Radius: 15.4m (size 170)


  • FLR Flow Ride lets the tip rise out of the snow for enhanced float
  • Sandwich construction for strength and resilience
  • Aggressive for advanced skiers
  • Intelligence Technology fibers increase torsional stiffness when skiing hard
  • Fast and durable UHM C Base

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"Volkl Mantra versus Head i.Peak 84? Aggressive Skier that prefers lots of quick turns on moguls, powder, and backcountry and trees. Also, happen to be from Minnesota, so can't ignore the hard-pack reality, when I am not out West. Thanks in advance for suggestions."
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Question by Karl Clothier on 1/5/2012 - 10:23 pm
"These are a great choice! The early rise rocker and low turning radius will be perfect for those tight turns and the width is great for backcountry skiing while the intelligent fibers will be very useful for the hard packed snow. "
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/6/2012 - 12:28 pm
"I am a race coach and am looking at the I peak 84 for a fun ski for all around use on non coaching days. I am 6' 3" and 205 and am used to race skis: can I get by with a 177 in the I peak 84 or would I need the 184. I plan to use the the ski to ski more bumps and crud. Can you get a higher din binding for the ski as I set my din to 12 and I do not want to be at the end of the spring. "
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Question by John dane on 2/15/2013 - 2:41 pm
"You can get a higher din binding and put it on this ski, however that would be a separate purchase. This ski/binding combo listed here is sold as a permanent set. For size, you're OK sticking with the 177 as this ski is not like the newer rocker skis where you need to go up a size. Feel free to call one of the ski techs directly in any of our store locations for more information!"
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/18/2013 - 3:31 pm
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Question by SANTIAGO on 11/21/2013 - 2:31 pm
"These skis are ideal for advanced skiers! Please do not hesitate to contact one of our Store Locations for more information!"
Answer by Danielle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/21/2013 - 2:59 pm


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Efficient on hard pack, rail to rail


from Michigan

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Best all mountain ski for efficient energy conservation in hard pack and rail-to-rail turns. Great ease of rotation and buoyancy coming back out of turn in powder...never loose your tip! An easy ski to use with least wasted energy. Really saved my legs. No doubt, the best performance I have gotten from an all-mountain ski. I'm a life-long skier: racing, cruising, powder, on/off terrain.

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