Head V-Shape 8 2019
PROSKILAB™ reviewers comments
Relatively flexible, the V-Shape 8 is closer to an adaptive ski, lacking some of the agility needed for this category.
The ski is really enjoyable as long as you don't try to go too fast.
Light, smooth, gentle and accommodating, it will forgive errors and deliver great sensations.
However, when you step up the pace on hard pack and steep slopes, the ski quickly shows its limits. Grip is less solid and turns start to wobble.
The V-Shape 8 is a good ski with the accent on accessibility and comfort at moderate speed. We recommend it for average to good, light to medium-size riders looking for pleasure and effortless performance mainly for leisure use.
- A light ski
- Enjoys carving at cruising speeds
- Easy to handle
- Performance more limited at high speed, on hard pack and steep slopes
- Not adapted to heavier riders
The ski review scores
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Who's it for?
All-terrain skis that pack a punch. This winter's most versatile war machines: piste, off-piste, fast, slow... they can cope with anything! The wood and metal core gives them agility and rebound. They'll turn a good rider into a top rider.
Features of the V-Shape 8
|Model :||V-Shape 8|
|Size tested :||177 cm|
|Tip size :||130 mm|
|Waist size :||75 mm|
|Tail size :||112 mm|
|Radius for the size reviewed :||14 mm|
Reviewed by PROSKILAB™in La Clusaz, France, March 2018