Coalition Snow Bliss Ski

Coalition Snow Bliss Ski
Coalition Snow Bliss Ski
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Bliss Ski by Coalition Snow
Right there in the name, the Coalition Snow Bliss Ski is a joy to ride, particularly if the park is your place. Designed for pressing rails and hucking booters, it boasts a symmetrical twin tip profile that's perfectly happy riding switch, with a narrow waist that takes just as much joy in carving groomers as it does doing tricks. It's built with slanted ABS sidewalls and a sandwich construction, giving it torsional stiffness with just the right amount of pop. The full birch wood core absorbs vibrations when you're taking laps on bullet-proof non-powder days, and it gives the Bliss a playful flex pattern that's all fun and games till the very last lift ride.

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SKU: COS0002
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