Most Recommended Blizzard Skis of 2021
- Blizzard Black Pearl 88 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Black Pearl 97 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Brahma 88 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Bonafide 97 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Sheeva 10 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Sheeva 9 Skis · 2021
- Blizzard Black Pearl 82 Skis
- Blizzard Black Pearl 78 Skis · 2021
Blizzard Black Pearl 88 Skis · 2021
A classic for a reason! Really versatile all mountain ski that loves skiing groomers but is also capable in softer conditions.
A classic for a reason. Really versatile women's ski that loves skiing groomers but then also cruising fresh powder.
Blizzard Black Pearl 97 Skis · 2021
With a 98mm waist width, rocker in the tip and tail, and metal in the construction of the ski, the Black Pearl is the Gold Standard of women's all-mountain skis! These babies can handle anything you might come across on the mountain - they carve beautifully down groomers, are maneuverable through trees and moguls, and stable at high speeds!
A wide variety of all-mountain terrain. With a 97 mm waist, this ski is wide enough to help you float through soft snow and variable conditions, while still being narrow enough to maintain great hold on groomers and hardpack. This ski will perform great both on and off-piste.
Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis · 2021
The Rustler 10 is a playful ski that thrives in soft off-piste conditions, but metal underfoot gives it some chops in firmer conditions as well. At 104mm underfoot, this ski floats extremely well in powder due to its rocker profile and lighter tips and tails, but it's still fun to carve and can hold an edge when you need it to. With its lightweight build and forgiving flex, this ski is quick and nimble and is great for moguls and trees.
102 is a very versatile waist width. This ski can go anywhere on the mountain. Stiff underfoot, yet playful into the tip and tail, this ski will keep a smile on your face from the groomers to the powder and everything in between! The metal underfoot gives you a great edge hold to ensure worry-free carving!
The Rustler line has metal underfoot, but not in the tip/tail. The result is a ski that can carve really well on groomers, but is pretty lightweight overall and has nice flex at the ends that let it be really maneuverable in trees, bumps, powder.
Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis · 2021
This ski is fantastic at taking on any number of conditions, it carves cleanly on the hard pack but really shines in the fresh and deep. It is very forgiving and light in the tips and tails allowing you to swing it around easily. This ski is born out of New England stock, this guy has a full sheet of metal in it making it very responsive but with a nice rocker profile in the tip allowing it to float on the deep days. Lots of my Cannon friends ski this stuff every day of the season.
Metal underfoot means it lays a solid edge and carves very cleanly on the hardpack. Light, flexy tips make this thing incredibly intuitive in tighter spots, and the early-rise tip gives it some float and play when things get soft.
Blizzard Brahma 88 Skis · 2021
This is an incredible ski! Very strong and extremely precise. One of the best (if not the best) options if you're looking for something around 90 underfoot. Rewards a strong skier that stays on top of it and drives it. A loved and top ski on the market year after year!
Great for skiing groomed runs, trees, and even some jumps! However these will shine the most when carving.
Blizzard Bonafide 97 Skis · 2021
Crudbusting. These are bulldozers. They have 2 layers of metal in them and just want to charge. It takes a competent pilot to maneuver these things, but when driven well, they take no prisoners. Point these downhill and blast through anything that's in your way.
All mountain skiing! From chop to powder - wider waist on these guys can handle boot to knee deep powder if it comes and still be a contender on the groomers with the best carving skis!
Blizzard Sheeva 10 Skis · 2021
This ski is great off-piste and has a relatively short turn radius. (This makes turning super easy when it gets tight in the trees and bumps!) It has great stability at speed and really charges all over the mountain. Not to mention these skis rule in the deep stuff, no matter where you take these, you are bound to have a top-notch time.
Float! With the wider underfoot and soft tips and tails, the Sheevas will be a dream come true in the powder. The metal laminate is light enough that you can still make this a touring ski and strong enough that you won't be sacrificing any stability.
Blizzard Sheeva 9 Skis · 2021
An awesome all-mountain ski that can handle anything you can throw at it. Has a metal layer on the core making it a bit stiffer and more suited to more advanced riders, but combines that with a rocker profile that keeps the ski very playful and fun to ride.
Low angle and low speed turns are an absolute breeze but, still stable enough to let them run. At 92 underfoot and relatively large amount of rocker you have a awesome platform for those light snow days but still enough to get you through the thick stuff.
Blizzard Black Pearl 82 Skis
Blizzard Black Pearl 78 Skis · 2021
This is a great beginner-intermediate ski that will excel in carving on groomers. Short turn radius for carving, rocker/camber/rocker profile with a flat tail.
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