Blizzard Zero G 95 - 2020 Backcountry Ski Review - Ski Mag

Blizzard Zero G 95 (2020)

2020 Backcountry Ski Review


Tip / Waist / Tail (in Millimeters) 127-95-111
Lengths (in Centimeters) 164, 171, 178, 185


Radius (in Meters) 24
Level Advanced
  • Weight: 1,310g per ski

Just like its race and freeride skis, Blizzard’s carbon mastery is fully expressed in the new Zero G line. Featuring Carbon Drive 2.0, a 3D uni-directional carbon frame in the tips and tails, and an all- paulownia wood core, the ski is damp in chunder and has increased overall performance in better snow. The brand softened up the tip and tail to allow for optimized smearing capabilities when called for, but the Zero G 95 can hold an edge when it counts with some of the best torsional rigidity in the test. With bi-directional carbon reinforcement binding mounting plates, these skis handle a fair amount of speed too, and they tenaciously take on powder, corn, and all other backcountry conditions.     

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