2015 Head i.Supershape Titan ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its Frontside Category.

“This is a good ski for ‘technicians’ who can stay on top of it,” says Phillips of the i.Supershape Titan. “It has the right mix of quick snap and dampness to make aggressive turns.” Testers gave high scores for carving and stability to the 80-mm-waisted, technology-laden ski. KERS stores energy in front of the binding and releases it for extra rebound; ERA 3.0 S combines a trilogy of slight tip rocker, progressive radius and vibration-absorbing Intellifibers. A World Cup sandwich cap construction combines wood and Titanal with an upper-level cap for durability. The frontside-savvy Titan scored average marks for versatility, but all in all it’s “well-balanced and easy to ski,” says Witman. “Give it more power, and it ups the fun.”