Posted by: citizenski | June 25, 2007

Head iXRC 300 2008

Head, iXRC, 300, 2008

The XRC 300 is Head’s entry model into their performance piste range. The XRC’s are defined by their carving abilities and grip on firm groomed snow.
The 300 is a tame version though and a very easy ski to live with. Beginners can use this ski to start on and intermediates will enjoy its stability, ease of turn and a sidecut (the skis shape) that allows it to to carve and grip effectively into firmer snow.
The only downside to the shape is that you can get caught making the same shape turn all the time and people can become "locked in" to making just the one turn over the whole mountain.
The 300 is a sporty option and if you want to improve your skiing and drive yourself to "pick it up" quickly then the iXRC 300 is a good starting point.

The manufacturer says this about the Head, iXRC, 300, 2008:

Extremely versatile ski for ambitious allmountain riders, with plenty of performance to spare.

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