Noodles are for eating.
The Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski comes at a weight that might make you think they're a bit, well, noodley, but with full sidewalls, tip-to-tail metal edges, and a wood core, the Zero G is as shreddy as a bowl of frosty cereal. Thanks to Blizzard's Carbon Drive Technology, these skis are able to maintain all the key ingredients of a solid pair of planks, without weighing you down on the skintrack. A 3D unidirectional carbon fiber frame guarantees consistent flex and torsional rigidity, and it works in conjunction with the lightweight paulownia wood core to keep the overall weight of the ski down.
With a 85mm waist, these Zero G is the most nimble option in Blizzard's line of lightweight touring skis. When you do come across a bit of powder, the rockered tip and tail will help keep these planks afloat and will ease turn initiation when you're laying down turns on big lines this spring. The compound sidewalls enhance the overall durability of the ski while giving them a stable feel when arcing high-speed GS turns in the backcountry.
- Blizzard's lightest stick for backcountry touring
- 85mm waist width is the skinniest for variable conditions
- Tip and tail rocker navigate soft snow
- Camber underfoot grips suncrust and hardpack
- Light paulownia core with 3D carbon frame for power transmission
- Sandwich compound sidewalls increase torsional rigidity
- Flipcore maintains a natural flex, stability, and grip
- Q & A
This is my fourth pair of skis. They are the lightest. So much fun to turn and hike. Stable enough to ski fast. (68 mph max so far). The bummer is that I love them so much I never want to take them off, so I scratched them up some. (Except for the 12 inches of powder this morning-went back to my planksut my knees still missed them)