Head revitalizes their freeride ski line for 2010 with a throwback to Woodstock and the Jimi 110 is the headliner as a brand new ski in the line-up. This new ski sings the same tune of Head’s twin-tip construction but adds a new dimension with a slight front rocker paired with standard camber to provide maximum flotation and maintain carvability on the hard pack. They may look like free love, but they’re about all-mountain destruction.
Endless Couloir is a 2,000-foot-long shot in the Jackson Hole back country Long, steep, deep, with tons of features to pop off, it’s a veritable heli run without the chopper. The Jimi takes it top-to-bottom no problem, thanks to a really nice flex, a big shovel for floatation, and an early-rise tip. This ski is a huge step up for Head, whose line in previous years lacked a floaty powder ski.