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Head Supershapeteam Skis - Kids, Youth

Head Supershapeteam Skis
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Description: Head Supershapeteam Skis - Kids, Youth

The Head Supershape Team Skis will help your youngster get a feel for the slopes! These skis are fully cambered which will allow you to perfect your turn and carving mechanics with a smooth, vibration dampening construction. The Supershape Teams will help you take down the groomers, and have the ability to hold their own when heading off slope to fresh powder. Nothing is lacking on a set of beginner level Head Supershape Team Skis!

Key Features of the Head Supershape Team Skis:
  • X-Frame construction
  • E Base black
  • Structured surface
  • LiteRail
  • Also available without LiteRail from length 67-157 (Art n. 314152)
  • Recommended Bindings (not included): LRX 7.5 AC
  • Terrain: Groomed slopes

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What ski bindings are compatible with these Skis?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2014
Do these skis come with bindings? if so, are they installed on the ski?
James Piovoso on Nov 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: These skis do not come with bindings. Check out our Men's Ski Bindings here:

http://www.the-house.com/ski-bindings-view-all.html

The House does not mount skis due to liability and difficulty without skier and gear present on site.
would the Marker Fastrak2 7.0 85mm Ski Bindings - Kids, Youth fit on these skis?
pamela e on Jan 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Judging from the picture you attached the ski is flat (w/o any mounting plate). If that is the case then yes you can mount a Marker Jr. binding on it. If there are premounted plates on the skis then the ski will only accept a Head or Tyrolia binding.
what number would be good for height 5 feet and weight 109 lbs?
saniya s on Sep 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Beside the skiers height and weight i would ask a couple of more questions before suggesting a ski length such as age ( is growth potential an issue), ability/experience, how aggressive is this person (do they like skiing fast or are they more conservative).

The standard rule would be to choose a length that goes from just under the nose (beginner, not worried about growth and less aggressive/slow) to top of the head (growth potential is a real concern, been skiing for awhile, aggressive/likes to go fast).

With the information you provided your best choice would be to get a ski that is closes to the skier's eyes. Which would be a 137 cm (Beginner, not worried about growth, less aggressive) or 147 cm (Has some experience, growth an issue, likes to go fast).
what is waist width?
A shopper on Mar 20, 2014