Head Monster 108 Ski Test Results 2016 ReviewSeptember 15, 2015
- Powerful ski
- Solid and stable
- Fun to carve
- Lots of energy
- No speed limit
- Too much ski for some of our lighter testers
- More power than float
- Stiff ski
- Not as surfy
Head's Monster 108 is a very powerful ski with superior stability and no speed limit. It's not for the timid or even lighter skiers. This is a big boy ski for big lines and big days.
A couple of our testers liked Head’s Monster 108 so much they wanted to take it home. Mixing Head’s lighter weight Graphene with Titanal and Allride early rise, this ski is powerful and exceptionally stable. It blew through crud, was easy to arc in the powder, and was neck-and-neck on hard snow performance with Kastle’s BMX105 HP. The faster we went on this ski, the faster it wanted to go, providing a predictable, super smooth feel as it did so.
This ski did overpower a couple people, and it can wear you out if you want to ride it all year. It IS a veritable rocket ship for stronger skiers looking power, and also as a quiver ski for big days.