BlizzardBlizzard Cochise Jr Skis 2016

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Blizzard Cochise Jr Skis 2016



The Blizzard Cochise Jr will have your young shredder doing the bull dance after their very first run. If you have a hard charger looking for a junior ski to keep up with them… the Blizzard Cochise Jr skis have it all! A sandwich sidewall, full wood core and Blizzard’s Dura-Tec construction, make these skis incredibly stable and virtually indestructible. A rocker/camber/rocker shape with Flip Core ensures a smooth ride and consistent flex over every terrain imaginable. Get your charging skier a pair of Cochise Jr skis and watch them start feeling the flow!


Sandwich Compound Sidewall - A full length sidewall construction gives the skis increased stability, edge grip and better handling over diverse terrain. 

Dura-Tec - This technology is essentially a full durability package for these skis. This construction features 20% thicker top sheets, aluminum tip protectors and a new tail protector design that is 75% stronger in an impact test.


Poplar-Beech Woodcore - A full tip-to-tail wood core provides the Cochise Jr with excellent torsional strength to help reduce chatter, and also helps increase the ski’s durability.


FlipCore Natural Rocker - Most rocker shapes from other manufacturers have to be bent into a ski, once it has already been pressed. Blizzard presses the ski with a flipped wood core. By doing this, you are essentially skiing on an upside down ski! This keeps the skis core fully intact, giving it unparalleled energy and integrity.

Rocker Tip & Tail with Minimal Camber Underfoot - The small amount of camber allows for a more stable ride on groomed snow, while the rockered extremities let you tip and rip through powder or unfavorable snow conditions.

Rocker Camber Key

Rocker Camber Rocker Ski Profile


The 2016 Blizzard Cochise Jr kid’s skis do not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (backcountry, touring, all-mountain, freestyle etc.). Be sure the brake width and release settings will work for your particular activity. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at

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