Blizzard 2017 ski reviews
Already tested with success last year, the Cochise once again confirms its high standard and its strong character.
On piste, the ski is amazingly efficient and precise, almost trenchant... unique in this category! From the very first rides down, you know that this ski is just itching to get into long-radius turns and speed up. The grip and turn control are astonishing for a freeride ski, and the Cochise stays... Read on
A true benchmark for this market, and already rated "Best Ski" in 2015 (the ski was not reviewed last year due to a technical glitch on the model provided), the Brahma by Blizzard confirms its superiority in this market segment. It's the little brother of the larger Bonafide, which has won many awards and unfortunately was not reviewed this year.
We're always amazed at the ski's easy handling... Read on
Women's skis 2017 > Intermediate women's cruisers Best performance!
Stiffer than its rivals, Blizzard's Quattro W 7.4 Ca is a performance-oriented ski.
The ski is indeed extremely energetic, almost incisive, for this category. It enters turns easily with great precision and has strong grip; it's also very stable and happy in carved turns, even at high speed when it retains all of its qualities. A truly sporty ski, a little bit out of step with this category.
Despite... Read on
A good ski, the Rc Ca from Blizzard significantly lacks the accessibility required to do well in this category.
The model is effectively far more demanding than its rivals. The reviewers particularly regretted the stiff tail that hampered the ski's rotation in skids at slower speeds, and had a strong impact on the ski's accessibility for beginners and average riders.
The ski is globally efficient... Read on