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The Head MYA 6 handled all-mountain snow conditions well on our 2013 ski test. They are perfect for recreational to advanced female skiers who want to tackle the whole mountain and progress with their technical ability.
Level
Intermediate, Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Recreational female skiers who want to progress from rental equipment to their own. Handles all piste conditions well and would suit someone looking to try deeper snow conditions for the first time.
Price
£500.00
lengths
149, 156, 163, 170
Type
Ski
Off-piste
7
Low speed
7
On-piste
7
High speed
7
Overall Score
8
Head Sports, based in the north western corner of Austria, close the German and Swiss borders, are well-known for making high quality, technical ski (and tennis) equipment for all levels of skier from beginner to world cup athletes.

They are one of the world’s largest ski manufacturers and make a ski for everyone and every condition. The MYA 6 is a women’s all-mountain ski that would suit a recreational to advanced skier who wants to progress from rental equipment to owning their own skis.

You will be looking to ski the whole mountain, whether it’s hard packed groomed runs, bumps or the occasional foray into deeper powder snow, you can handle anything but want to improve performance and take your skiing to a higher level.

It handles speed well on-piste and holds a good edge, even on harder snow conditions. Our testers gave it consistently good scores for all conditions and enjoyed its versatility and easy to handle responsiveness.