2023 Blizzard Zero G 95 Women's Skis
Blizzard Zero G 95 Women's Skis
Blizzard has some of the best touring stuff going right now, and it's kind of amazing to witness the world of alpine touring basically explode over the past few years. The call of fresh powder in the vast backcountry is just too much for a lot of skiers to resist. As a result, ski companies have gotten better and better at making the gear to match the adventure. In the mid-fat width area of the ski industry's touring world, there's not much else out there lighter and more versatile than the Blizzard Zero G 95 Women's skis. Thanks to the use of paulownia wood and Carbon Drive 3.0, Blizzard is able to achieve a strong downhill performance with a feather-light uphill climbing capability. Alpine touring and backcountry skiing are all about blending the light climbing character with the downhill performance prowess, and the Zero G 95 W has been doing it better than most for a few years now. At 95 mm underfoot and with tip and tail rocker, these skis are ready to meet the demands of today's modern adventure skier. Wide enough to float on some serious snow, but narrow enough to hold an edge on sketchy terrain and conditions, the Zero G 95 women's skis hold a special place in the heart of skiers looking for versatility and fun. If you are looking for the perfect blend of light weight, high performance, and strong moral character should look squarely at the Blizzard Zero G 95 Women's skis. For the uphills, downhills, and sidehills, these skis are tough to beat at any elevation.
- Sidecut: 127/94/111 mm at 178 cm length
- Turn Radius: 23 meters at 178 cm length
- Weight: 2500 grams per Pair at 178 cm length
- Paulownia Wood Core
- Carbon Drive 3.0 Laminate
- Tip and Tail Rocker
- Skin Notches in Tips and Tails
- Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
All-Mountain • Touring
The biggest is just the color of the topsheet. Both have the same construction and same sizes. Hope this helps!