If you thought a lightweight touring ski that’s actually inspiring on the descent was beyond your grasp, think again. The Blizzard Zero G 95 Ski comes at a weight that will leave your legs feeling fresh at the top of the skintrack, but will still charge like a proper pair of Blizzards. With what Blizzard is calling Carbon Drive Technology 2.0, the Zero G uses both a 3D unidirectional carbon fiber frame and lightweight paulownia wood core to save on weight, and to guarantee fluid flex and torsional rigidity when you lay them on edge.
The versatile, mid-fat 95mm waist will carve down corn, hold an edge on bulletproof ice, and still float when there’s some freshies to be had. Rocker in the tip and tail help with float, while a generous dose of camber underfoot inspires confidence in variable conditions. Like all Blizzard skis, the Zero G’s maintain a durable and stable sandwich sidewall construction, which boasts some of the best binding retention ratings in the industry.