Blizzard Zero G 95 Skis - Unisex

C$899.00
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You may not have skiing a Himalayan couloir on your bucket list, but if you did the Blizzard Zero G 95 would be a good choice – it’s what Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison slayed the Lhotse Couloir with from 27,940 feet!! The all-new 2019/20 version has been refined to improve your skinning and climbing challenges, while assuring the quality of your descent with newly engineered Carbon Drive 2.0. Maybe your adventure is a little closer to home, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be using the same efficient and fun skis that the pros choose.

                                                                               

 

Blizzard Zero G 95 Features: 

  • Carbon Drive 2.0: The integration of a 3D uni-directional carbon fiber frame with an ultra-lightweight paulownia woodcore construction allows us to reduce the weight in the ski while providing structure for performance. The carbon frame’s 3D geometry guarantees optimal flex and torsional rigidity. The result is a level of stability, edge grip and control unprecedented in the world of ski mountaineering.
  • Lite Core: Wood cores that is naturally strong but lightweight are strategically constructed for maximum performance while reducing weight.
  • Sidewall: Full sidewalls provide torsional rigidity and constant pressure along the full length of the ski. The result is better energy transmission, stability, control and ultimately greater performance.

                                                                                 

 

Specs: 

 

Length Sidecut Turn Radius
164 cm:  125-95-109 mm 19.5 m
171 cm:  125-95-109 mm 22 m
178 cm:  127-95-111 mm 23 m

 

Rocker: Tip-Tail rocker

Length: 164 cm, 171 cm, 178 cm
Sidecut: 125-95-109 mm @ 171 cm
Turn Radius: 22 m @ 171 cm
Weight: g
Good for: Ski touring, Ski mountaineering
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