Born from big mountain influence, the Blizzard Bodacious Ski thrives in most conditions you can come across on a daily basis in the resort or the backcountry. A genererous 118mm waist provides a stable platform for riding fast on both firm pack and in powder, while the rocker-camber-rocker profile mixes rocker in the tip and tail with camber underfoot for nimble maneuverability, exceptional float in deep snow, and solid edge hold on groomers. Additionally the long turn radius adds stability to this nimble profile so that you can confidently straight line chutes, or quickly pivot through a tight tree run. To support the hard charging that its shape encourages, the Bodacious features a beefy full sidewall sandwich construction. This construction is reinforced with two titanal plates that add dampness to the ski and creates a far more responsive and stable feel. At each tip and tail carbon fiber laminates cut down on swing weight to create a more nimble feel while the super fast sintered base will keep you cruising across the flats with ease.
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Blizzard Bodacious Ski - 2021
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