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The Head Oblivion 79 is an ideal match for park and pipe skiers who also like to dabble in an all-mountain format as well.
Thanks to the build, shape, and profile, these versatile freestyle skis have a lot going for them, both in the park as well as the whole hill. Built with a wood core the overall construction is simple, but the ski does a whole lot that you might not expect. Built with durability and toughness in mind, these skis are great for sliding rails and boxes, as well as landing huge airs in the park without even blinking.
A bit stiffer than a lot of other jib-specific skis, the Oblivion 79 does have some power and poise to it and will stand up to the rigors of all-mountain skiing for sure. Well-balanced and easy to control, you're looking for that good snap and pop out of the ski, and that mostly comes from the good positive camber that's found in these skis. This allows for more energetic and dynamic pop off the lips of the jumps, and the carving ability of these skis makes those in-air drifts a lot easier to come by. Even if you never set foot in a terrain park, there's a ton of skiers out there who will really enjoy the Head Oblivion as an all-mountain ski.
-Sidecut: 112/79/106 mm at 172 cm length
-Radius: 19.1 meters at 172 cm length
-Core: Karuba and Poplar
-Woodcore Twin Tip Construction
-Structured UHM C Base
-Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers