2021 Blizzard Black Pearl 82 Women's Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack 11 GW Bindings
Blizzard Black Pearl 82 Womens Skis with Bindings
On the narrower and funner side of things, the Blizzard Black Pearl 82 women's skis with bindings are an amazing setup for ladies who love control and lightweight performance on the groomers and beyond. With a new width for the Black Pearl lineup, the 82 is poised to take aim at skiers who are looking for a more versatile front-side ski that can carve on-piste and dance around off-trail as well. From groomers to trees and bumps to steeps, the shape, profile, and construction of the Blizzard Black Pearl 82 women's skis with bindings are ideal for intermediate and above skiers. The 82 mm waist width is awesome for carving clean, round turns on the groomers. When you engage the tip, you'll feel the camber underfoot pulling you around and into the next turn. The edge grip and control are perfect for linking carved turns the whole way down the hill. At 14 meters, the shorter turn radius is perfect for controlling speed and making clean carves. The rocker/camber/rocker profile gives the ski a fun all-mountain personality that feels adept at a lot of different turn styles. You can release the turn quickly and easily thanks to the tail rocker, and the tip can even float up and over some fresh snow making for a smooth and stable ride. Built using Blizzard's Carbon Flipcore W.S.D. technology, the Black Pearl 82 skis with bindings are light, maneuverable, and a ton of fun. The Blizzard Black Pearl 82 skis with bindings are a fantastic killer deal that you will not want to miss.
- Sidecut: 121/82/105 mm 159 cm length
- Turn Radius: 14 meters at 159 cm length
- Wood Core
- Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
- Carbon Flipcore W.S.D. Technology
- Ability level: Intermediate Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers
For an 5'5" intermediate to advanced skier the range would be from 150cm-165cm. I included the sizing guide for you to reference.
I think this Pearl 82 in the 166 might be the way to go. They carve great, have awesome grip, and they're not as demanding as the Wingman or Experience. I'd go with the Pearl 82 in the 166. Have fun!