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Head Men's Rev 78 All Mountain Skis with PR 11 Bindings '14

Head Men's Rev 78 All Mountain Skis with PR 11 Bindings '14
List Price: $575.00
Our Price: $399.98
You save $175.02!
Model Year: 2014

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 3420056742405


Description Technical Specs
The Head Men's Rev 78 All Mountain Skis are for skiers that are inspired by all kinds of terrain and don't know where the day will take them until they've arrived at the mountain. Featuring ERA 3.0, Power Sidewall Jacket, and the Structured UHM C base allow for more comfortable and controlled skiing pleasure - anytime, anywhere. For good skiers looking for a versatile ski in variable conditions.


  • 78mm Width
  • ERA 3.0
  • Power sidewall jacket
  • Structured UHM C base
  • PowerRail

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

Great intermediate skis April 23, 2014
Reviewer: Troy from Morrison, IL  
Was torn between the Rev 78  and the Rev 75.   If you are too,  the difference is limited to the 78's obviously being 3 mm wider,  which makes them a little more versatile off piste than the 75's,  and the other difference is that the 78's are sidewall constructed while the 75's are cap constructed.   The sidewall makes the 78's more poppy out of turns and keeps them feeling more stiff and fast -  hence the "intermediate"  label.   The forgiving 75's are great if you're an advancing beginner or an intermediate who likes to keep their speed moderate.   If you like speed,  knife-edge carving turns and turning their skis loose to run down the mountain,  the 78's are the way to go.  Both are great Skis worthy of the Head name.

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