Blizzard Brahma 88 Ski- 2020

Blizzard Brahma 88 Ski- 2020
Blizzard Brahma 88 Ski- 2020
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Brahma 88 Ski- 2020 by Blizzard
Make the pain of a long high pressure system more bearable by riding the Blizzard Brahma Ski. This 88mm underfoot all-mountain ski is built to shred groomers and firm snow with the control and response of a race ski but with enough versatility to handle soft and untouched snow as well. To achieve this versatility the Brahma is equipped with a rocker-camber-rocker profile that skips over crud and new snow thanks to its early rise, while still providing excellent power and energy transfer to the edges courtesy of the underfoot camber section. To further boost its turning prowess this ski is equipped with a short turn radius that allows for nicely arced turns at slower speeds as well as outstanding maneuverability when you find yourself in some tight trees.

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SKU: BLZ005A
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