Head Cyclic 115 Men’s Skis – 2014/2015 Review

September 29, 2014
Head Cyclic 115 Men’s Skis – 2014/2015
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
91
Responsiveness
8
Stability
9
Float
9
Firm Snow Survival
8
Forgiveness
9
Value
8

The Good

  • Easy to ski
  • Loves arcing turns
  • Solid, well-balanced ski

The Bad

  • Not so nimble
  • Need to stay focused
THE VERDICT

HEAD's Cyclic is a well-balanced, stable, easy to turn powder ski that rewards aggressive, hard-edging skiers who like to arc medium to long radius turns.

FULL REVIEW

HEAD’s Cyclic wowed testers with its ability to be stable and easy to turn in all off-piste conditions, as well as on hard snow (where it grabbed some of the highest rankings in this category). Good float, full wood core reliability and response, and HEAD’s proprietary TTS Exoskeleton all contribute to remarkable race ski feel in powder and crud.

The Cyclic is not the most nimble ski in this category, and can make short turns feel forced. It’s also too aggressive for Sunday drivers. If you want to charge big lines, or ride a big ski even when the snow gets firmer, the HEAD Cyclic can definitely fill that role.

 


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MSRP
$800.00
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