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Blizzard Zero G 95 Skis 2024

Super light ski that has some real substance underfoot. It offers top-tier uphill performance without sacrificing too much confidence on the way down. For a touring ski, this thing shreds. It’s not a powerful ski, but it’s well-balanced, predictable, and will do exactly what you want it to do.

$559.96 Orig. $799.95

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As good as it gets when it comes to climbing uphill, but the most impressive part about this ski is how well it skis for its weight.


The Blizzard Zero G 95 is a very light ski, weighing in at 1260g @ 178cm, making it an absolutely awesome touring ski. What we were most impressed with about this ski is the fact that it actually does ski well considering how much it weighs. Usually, when you have a super light ski they're very nervous, get knocked around easily and you lose confidence and skiability on the descent. The Zero G 95 maintains composure on the descent, is predictable and it's easy to get this ski to do exactly what you want it to do. At 95mm underfoot it has good float in softer snow but can still be rolled edge to edge quickly when the snow is firm. It can pivot, it has good grip and it's light as a feather. Awesome touring ski. Grab a light weight binding and send it. 

Who's this ski for? AT skiers whose main priority is saving weight for the hike. 

Who isn't this ski for? Obviously, resort skiers. Skiers looking for a touring ski but don't want something that compromises any performance on the downhill. 


Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 23m @ 178
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ Poplar, Paulownia
  • Designed By/ Blizzard
  • Weight/ 1260g @ 178
  • Dimensions/ 127 - 95 - 111 @ 178
  • Added Materials/ Carbon
  • Built By/ Blizzard

One of the only skis that feels practically weightless but somehow maintains composure and can actually ski. As far as hiking goes, this is the best option, and on top of that, it can actually handle some pretty intense shredding. If lightweight is your priority, this is a no-brainer.

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