Intermediate skiers who could be skiing anywhere, whether the groomer has been there or not. I do not think this ski is appropriate for a rank beginner or a strong advanced skier. For all the rest of you folks, this set up rocks.
Full Fiber Jacket
Head's tag line is:
The MPulse 3.70 is the brilliant learning ski for beginning and advanced skiers. The ski promises extremely easy and playful handling for drifted and first carved turns. Skiing is fun from the first moment.
I am ok with all of that except that this ski is just too stiff for a rank beginner. Sorry guys, no one can make a ski that versatile.
The MPulse has a superb all mountain sidecut. This ski will be equally at home on the groomers as in the crud and powder. I dare say that this ski is as good a fit as the adventurous intermediate will find. If you ski mostly on trail, have no fear, there will be no on trail condition that this ski cannot handle. Head calls the 3.70 an all mountain cruiser and I think the name applies.
These are specialty made MPulse skis and have snakeskin topsheets. This means two things to you: Your skis will look cooler than the other guy's, and more importantly these skis are insanely resistant to scratches. They will look great for years. These skis are the same construction as the rack Mpulse 3.70s but the topsheet look and durability is vastly superior.
All Mountain Cruise:
Symbiosis of the all-mountain carve and freeride categories. Due to the even larger waist width of 70 mm this category is distinguished by ease of handling in all snow conditions and by carved and drifted turns. Sidecut is less accentuated than in the all-mountain carve category.