Blizzard Zero G 105 Alpine Touring Ski - 2021

Blizzard Zero G 105 Alpine Touring Ski - 2021
Blizzard Zero G 105 Alpine Touring Ski - 2021
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Zero G 105 Alpine Touring Ski - 2021 by Blizzard
The Zero G 105 is Blizzard's widest backcountry ski intended for powdery play, but don't think that makes it a slog to skin with. An ultralight wood core keeps it at a feathery weight hovering above three pounds, and Blizzard's Carbon Flipcore Technology works with Carbon Drive 2. 0 to ensure an aggressive stiffness suitable for big mountains and rowdy lines. Rocker tip & tail with camber underfoot initiate a versatile performance on any snow throughout the season. Blizzard reinforced the underfoot with durable sidewalls, and the capped tip and tail help the ski stay afloat whether you're skinning powder or spinning off a cliff.

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SKU: BLZF04H
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