Quattro 8.4 Ti Ski with Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding by Blizzard
Running waterskis down the frozen frontside isn't too much fun, but your hardpack game will step up three or four notches when you click into Blizzard's Quattro 8. 4 Ti Ski with the Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding. Slightly wider than the Quattro 7. 2 for better mixed-snow ripping, the Quattro 8. 4 is a hard-charging frontside machine that's well suited for frontside days on the East or West coast. Several sheets of Titanal and full traditional camber give the Quattro its powerful feel, and while they don't necessarily make the ski floaty, smeary, or playful, they do make it a whole lot of fun when you push them to the red zone. Even better, the 84mm waist lets you venture off trail, if you decide to do a little off-piste exploration. Blizzard built the Quattro 84 with full sidewalls, which help you put tons of power into the edges without making the ski feel heavy, and pressed it with a rugged and powerful sandwich construction for long-lasting power. Even if the perfect corduroy starts getting a little choppy in the afternoon, Blizzard's Suspension IQ technology will kill vibration and make the ride feel smooth as silk, and the wood core helps the Quattro keep a snappy, lively feel even when you're driving it as hard as you can. The ski also comes with the Marker Race Xcell 12 Binding, which is integrated directly into the ski via Blizzard's IQ System for increased power and precision.
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