The Alight 7.2 offers superior edge grip and a steady ride. Its 72 mm waist and 6 mm rocker make it a forgiving all-rounder that still performs well up on edge. The IQ system ensures smooth handling with less chatter.
With a 77 mm waist and 6 mm rocker, the Alight 7.7 for women is a forgiving all-mountain frontside ski that delivers confidence and control. It glides effortlessly even through soft, tracked out groomers. The IQ system ensures smooth handling with less chatter.
As the world's best selling women's ski, the Black Pearl 88 shines as the versatile, all-around ski offering the ultimate ride through all types of terrain. With an 88 mm waist, and a women's specific Carbon Flipcore W.S.D. construction, the Black Pearl 88 performs on groomers, in the trees, through bumps and in powder. Its lightweight construction, early rise tip and tail, and camber underfoot make this ski a go-to for ripping female skiers as well as those looking for the confidence to up their game.
The legendary Bonafide continues to set the bar in the all-mountain freeride world. A versatile all-mountain sidecut and reduced rocker profile makes this ski nimble and easy handling, while the proven Carbon Flipcore™ with two sheets of Titinal makes them calm, confident and powerful. Attack the mountain in powder, crud, groomers or rock hard snow and feel the precision and exhilaration that athletes and testers rave about. Try for yourself to see what the hype is all about. You won't regret it.
The Blizzard Bonafide Skis have been at the top of the all-mountain "mountain" for as long as any of us can remember, and they're not going anywhere else in the near future. For the skier who drives a ski hard and knows the difference between a carved turn and a skidded one (preferring the former), the Bonafide is tough to beat. The Bonafide comes through in the clutch when speeds are high and the adrenaline is flowing.
Carbon Flipcore combined with camber under foot and a slightly shorter radius sets the standard for precision and stability while 2 sheets of metal, wood core and vertical sidewalls ramp up the performance in any condition. Add in a higher profile tip with a progressive tip and tail taper, and the soft snow capability can't be beat. Versatile is an understatement - see for yourself!
Take a tramful of expert level testers, all on their "A" game, and chances are the Blizzard Cochise Skis are the choice of many for their daily driver. Rock solid at any sane speed and above, with a race-like precision and ability to finish the turn, and the perfect one-ski quiver waist width, the Cochise consistently takes podium honors in the all-mountain expert category, and this year is no different.
The perfect tool for the aspiring carvaholic, the Blizzard Quattro 7.3 delivers a lightweight yet stable level of performance never before seen at this price. These will have you dreaming of wide-open trails and virgin corduroy. Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt, you know you’re a carvaholic. Feed that addiction with the all new Blizzard Quattro 7.3.
The Blizzard Quattro 7.7 Skis + TPC10 Bindings are a good example of how to incorporate race ski technology into a recreational ski without being too much for the average skier to handle. With a forgiving 6mm of tip rocker and a toned-down IQ Composite Sidewall construction sans metal, the Quattro 7.7 lets you feel the joy of the carve without subjecting you to the hookiness and high effort turn initiation of the burlier Quattro models.
The Blizzard Quattro 8.0 is a solid carving ski with amazing edge grip that is an ideal choice for intermediate to advanced skiers. The skis features Blizzard's Quattro Concept that focuses on four elements to perfect the ski including, control, stability, precision and agility. These elements are achieved by the progressive shape that has 4mm of rocker in the tip and tail that gives the ski a short to medium turn radius, for maximum maneuverability. A compound sidewall construction provides a firm grip even in icy conditions while the Suspension System over the binding platform improves rebound and dampens vibrations. To complete the ski, Blizzard has outfitted the Quattro with Marker's TPX 12 demo bindings that have a DIN range from 4-12. Whether you are a weekend warrior or daily rider, the Quattro is the perfect addition to your ski quiver for laying turns on the groomers.
The Rustler 10 will help you push the limits. It is founded on two signature concepts, Carbon Flipcore D.R.T Technology and an innovative waist concept: the longer the ski, the wider the waist which gives ambitious freeriders and all mountain skiers more versatility and float, even on steep terrain. The smooth rocker-camber-rocker profile make it responsive and stable yet super playful in softer snow conditions and on any type of terrain. The Rustler 10 is the one-ski quiver for the progressive freeride skier.
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