Blizzard Cheyenne Ski - Women's

Blizzard Cheyenne Ski - Women's
Blizzard Cheyenne Ski - Women's
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Cheyenne Ski - Women's by Blizzard
The nimbler, more hard snow oriented little sister of the Black Pearl, the Cheyenne Women's Ski is the narrowest offering in Blizzard's Women's Freeride line, but that doesn't mean it can't handle a little bit of trailside fluff. While it has traditional camber underfoot for edge grip and turning power, both the tip and tail feature a decent amount of early rise, so intermediate ladies will be able to cruise through fresh snow without worrying about their tips diving in and sending them flying. Rocker also makes it easy to disengage the tail, letting you make short, slashy turns in softer snow and control your speed like you were born on two sticks.When you're tearing up groomers, the vertical sidewalls and torsion-resistant sandwich construction provide plenty of power and edge control, so you can expand your speed horizons with confidence. The light, lively wood, bamboo, and ISO-wood Flipcore has also been specially pressed to compliment the sidecut and rocker profile, giving the Cheyenne a smooth, consistent flex pattern that engages easily and won't give you any sudden surprises.

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SKU: BLZ001W
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Manufactured by Blizzard
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