The Cochise 106 Ski is descended from a long, prestigious line of Cochise before it--going back a decade--and it's still around because it's one badass, no-nonsense-taking, hard-charging, all-mountain beast. For 2020, Blizzard has dialed back the clock, bringing the 106 in line with earlier iterations. The main throwbacks include a narrower 106mm waist (versus the more recent 108), a lighter weight, and a shorter, more-manageable turn radius--making the 106 slightly more accessible to the less hardcore among us. But don't worry, the 106 maintains its maneuverable rockered profile, strong flex pattern, and stable construction, leaving its rider free to explore powder, crush crud, and rail groomers at top speed.
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