Every limit pushed, pushes our sport HEAD Ski Brand Campaign “What’s your limit?” challenges athletes
Everybody has a limit, everybody falls behind, everybody suffers setbacks. The trick is to get back up, to keep pushing, to raise those limits and ultimately change the rules. HEAD picks up this very thought in its ski brand campaign “What’s your limit?” Already in its third year, the campaign challenges real-life HEAD ski athletes just as much as everyday ski fans to keep push their own limits and, ultimately, their own sport.
We are happy to present the new HEAD JOY ski line with the continuation of the global #24HRJOY campaign. The re-designed microsite joy.head.com helps skiers around the world with nutrition and fitness advice, inspirational stories about and with the HEAD ski stars and bloggers to have more fun skiing and to make the most of their time on the slopes.
New HEAD SKI collection puts the mountain in its place.
"To be a part of the history of ski racing is an honour,” explained Ted Ligety after winning his twenty-fourth career World Cup race.
Welcome to the 2015 - 2016 World Cup Rebels! The HEAD World Cup Rebels produced some amazing performances last season in winning 29 World Cup races and three World Championship Gold Medals in Vail - Beaver Creek. Better never stops and the 2015 - 2016 Rebels teams includes exciting new faces to complement those on the team. Three Gold Medals, One Overall Crystal Globes and five discipline Globes add to the twenty-nine race wins on the World Cup have set a target for the Rebels to meet in the new season.
Lara Gut joins the HEAD World Cup Rebels Family HEAD are delighted to announce that Swiss World Cup race winner, Lara Gut, has joined the most successful brand of ski from the last few years on the World Cup. Lara, a twelve time world cup race winner in Downhill (4 wins), Super G (7 wins) and Giant Slalom (1 win) will use HEAD skis and boots in her pursuit of more World Cup, World Championship and Olympic success.
The 2015 season went all the way to the wire; Anna Fenninger had it all to win on the last run of the 2015 World Cup tour yet when the pressure is on, Fenninger, like Kjetil Jansrud in the speed events produced the goods to walk away with the Globes: 1 Overall Globe, 5 disciplines, 3 Gold medals from the World Championships and 27 World Cup wins read just a small part of the success of the HEAD World Cup Rebels in 2015.