- Community Images
If only you were the Cochise.
If you're a ski and you have a mid-fat waist you get to roam all over the mountain. If you're a mid-fat ski with a rockered tip and tail and huge sidecut radius, you set the mountain ablaze at high speeds, bust through crud, and plane-out over pow, and they call you the Blizzard Cochise Ski. A versatile waist keeps you quick edge-to-edge, and your innovative Flipcore Natural rocker gives you easy turn-entry and float. You're actually made upside-down in the mold so the downward-facing convex side forms the natural rocker, without having to bend or artificially shape the ski in a press. This also gives you excellent stability and even pressure distribution. You have sandwich sidewall construction and a wood core to put power and precision into your turns, and two sheets of Titanal keep the vibrations away at scorching speeds. You're one multi-talented, kickass ski.
Situated squarely between the Brahma and Dakota, the Cochise is your do-it-all backside ski.
- Flipcore Natural rockered profile
- Flat underfoot
- Sidewall construction
- Wood core
- Two sheets of Titanal reinforcement
- 108-millimeter waist
- Huge sidecut radius