Blizzard Zero G 108 Ski

Blizzard Zero G 108 Ski
$799.95
Zero G 108 Ski by Blizzard
Price subject to change | SKU: BLZ002B

Blizzard Zero G 108 Ski

The Blizzard Zero G 108 Ski gets you to the top of your line with fresh legs, so you actually have some juice left for the descent. One of the lightest skis in its class, the Zero G utilizes a carbon frame that saves weight and ensures a predictable flex and torsional rigidity throughout the ski. The lightweight paulownia wood core also keeps weight down while maintaining a solid, yet playful feel for the descent, so you don't get that noodley feel that's all too common among lightweight touring skis. With a versatile 108mm waist, this ski is the largest in Blizzard's Zero G line, making these skis your go-to boards on backcountry powder days, but that's not to say they won't handle chalky chutes, melt-freeze crusts, or whatever fun surface conditions the backcountry can throw at you throughout the season. A rockered tip and tail keep them afloat when you're making pow laps on really deep days, and a sandwich construction with compound sidewalls make for a stable feel when you're arcing big turns down open faces, aprons, or groomers in the resort. Flipcore technology matches the internal components of the ski to the ski's mold shape, providing a more natural flex, better float, and increased skiability.

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