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Blizzard Zero G 95 Skis · 2022 · 178 cm

Blizzard Zero G 95 Skis · 2022 · 178 cm

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Color: Light Blue
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The Zero G 95 was the ski of choice for ski mountaineers Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison to conquer their epic, first descent on the world’s highest, biggest line—the Lhotse Couloir on 27,940-foot Lhotse peak in Nepal’s Himalayas. The Zero G 95 gave them the performance they needed to get down safely—not to mention the high-altitude pow turns they scored! An ultra-lightweight paulownia wood core paired with updated iteration of Blizzard’s proven Carbon Drive technology in version 3.0 provides for efficiency on the skin track and a more consistent, stable feel on the descent. Your backcountry adventure may be closer to home, but you can still reap the benefits of Austrian engineering that delivers the best downhill performance for the weight.

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Carbon, Wood
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Ski Expert Chris Waterbury
Review by Curated Expert Chris Waterbury
This review is my honest opinion of the skis, which I purchased with my own money in November of 2021.
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Blizzard Zero G 95 Skis · 2022 · 178 cm
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Hannah Angelides
Hannah Angelides
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is a super popular ski for backcountry touring specifically! With 95 mm underfoot they won't be too wide or too narrow for any conditions you may find out there. They will fly up the skin track, feeling like you are carrying nothing with you. This ski has a rocker-camber-rocker profile which will allow you to float over powder, reducing tons of pressure at the tip and tail, while the camber ensures great grip and stability on hard packed snow you may come across. The ski is ultralight due to it's carbon fiber frame and ultra lightweight woodcore, which doesn't take much away in terms of performance. The construction alone makes this ski one that will grip on edge while holding up in the unpredictability of ski mountaineering and touring.

Wilhelm Nesterovic
Wilhelm Nesterovic
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

A very directionally-shaped backcountry ski that rips it up going downhill! Borrows from Blizzard's renown inbounds reputation to give you a leading selection for the carbon-infused lighter touring ski lineup without giving up anything in downhill performance! With a lightweight build and racing background you know this ski will take care of you both on the way up and most definitely on the way down! Graphite sintered bases and a new 2.0 3D carbon fiber frame inlay with

Pawlonia wood to make for some really crisp tight turns on hardpack with an excpetional edge hold. This ski is the best of both worlds!

Carl Beach
Carl Beach
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Incredibly lightweight, this touring specific ski has seen some of the biggest peaks and hardest descents. Torsional rigidity is the name of the game here, giving you great edge hold for a ski this light. Damp, stable, and predictable, this is a skier's ski that happens to not burn your thighs on the way up!