Blizzard Black Pearl 97 Ski - 2021 - Women's

Blizzard Black Pearl 97 Ski - 2021 - Women's
Blizzard Black Pearl 97 Ski - 2021 - Women's
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Black Pearl 97 Ski - 2021 - Women's by Blizzard
The Black Pearls keep coming back for a reason--they've got a smooth flex profile that carves like a dream, a powerful construction that can handle high speeds, and poppy, intuitive performance that rides well the whole mountain over. The Black Pearl 97 Ski falls on the fatter end of the spectrum, with a 97mm waist underfoot that will float well on last night's storm without sacrificing versatile performance once you're back on the groomers. Blizzard tweaked the geometry in order to accommodation more lengths, allowing ladies of all sizes to enjoy this award-winning ski's all-mountain performance.

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