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Head The Caddy Skis

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Type: Park & Pipe, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip, Directional Twin
Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Rocker Type: Rocker, PNP Rocker, rocker/camber/rocker
Waist: 84mm
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Extruded, Highly transparent UHM C Base
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Head The Caddy Skis

Are you the type of person who loves to own only the most unique gear when it comes to winter sports? Then you're going to immediately fall in love with the 2013 Head The Caddy Skis. The Caddy Skis feature a twin tip directional twin to ensure ultimate balance and safety while using them. These skis also have a core made up of high quality wood, which ensures their complete durability. Don't you want the best? Then pick up the 2013 Head The Caddy Skis now!

Key Features of the Head The Caddy Skis:
  • Sandwich twintip construction
  • Highly transparent UHM C Base
  • Tuffwall
  • ISS - Independent suspension system
  • PNP Rocker
  • Recommend Bindings (not included): Mojo 12 wide 97
  • Terrain: Park and Pipe
  • Lengths: 171/176/181
  • Dimensions: 121/84/110 @ length 181
  • Radius 20.2 @ length 181

The Caddy

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This ski has been amazing in the park and have also done great in the powder it has treated me very well over the past few months
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January 7, 2015
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would the 171 cm skis work for me? I'm a female, 115 lbs and 5' 5''
A shopper on Jan 11, 2015
Best Answer: It depends, If you are a strong skier, are use to skiing on skis in a similar length and you like to ski fast they would be fine. If not, you might consider the Jr. caddy which is the same construction and is available in lengths up to 161 cm. The 171's are stiffer and would be fine if your technique is such that you know how to bend a ski. The 161's are softer and are easier to bend without using an aggressive technique and at lower speed.

The longer the skis, the more stable at speed. The shorter the ski, the easier to turn. If you don't ski fast there is no advantage in going long.
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I had a question, right now I have a Intermediate/Advanced ski, and I was wondering if there are any huge differences between that and this beginner/Intermediate?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2014
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