Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski - Women's

Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski - Women's
Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski - Women's
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Zero G 85 Ski - Women's by Blizzard
When Spring brings big lines, long approaches, and fast and fun corn conditions, hop on Blizzard's Zero G 85 Women's Skis for lightweight performance on the skintrack and a fun and inspiring ride on the descent. Hovering around four pounds per pair--yes, you read that right--the Zero Gs are some of the lightest touring skis on the market that you won't have to pair with a Lycra suit just to pull off.Their ridiculously lightweight feel comes from Blizzard's Carbon Drive technology, which consists of a light and poppy paulownia wood core combined with a uni-directional 3D carbon frame. These two ingredients deliver skis that float up the skintrack, won't tip you back when you strap them to your back, but will remain torsionally rigid during the descent. The 85mm waist makes them a great candidate for steep and narrow couloirs, spring-like conditions, and icy ski mountaineering objectives. A rockered tip and tail makes for easy turn initiation, while camber underfoot delivers a secure feel when every turn counts.

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SKU: BLZ002E
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