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Throwing some peace at the park.

With a narrower profile than Blizzard's ever-popular Gunsmoke, the Peacemaker is a more playful option for this season's park laps. Flipcore technology provides a natural rocker at the tip and tail, and the classic camber underfoot ensures stability regardless of the terrain. The sandwiched compound sidewall provides high-impact strength, increased stability, and excellent edge-grip. And with its 104mm waist, the Peacemaker also performs in the soft stuff, so you can create your own natural park wherever you see fit.

  • Rocker tip and tail
  • Classic camber underfoot
  • Sandwich sidewall double quadrax construction
  • Flipcore technology
  • 104-millimeter waist

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Could these skis be the greatest anywhere, anytime, any snow condition skis every made?
First a brief run down of all the awesomeness
Camber underfoot -Check
Early rise In tip and tails -Check
Wide enough to ski pow - Check
Narrow enough to rip groomers - Check
Stiff yet playful -Check
Badass silhouette of a gunslinging cowboy as the graphic -CHECK

Blizzard has finally answered my prayers and built a ski that wants to make the entire mountain your terrain park regardless of the snow conditions. At 104 underfoot these are the perfect width to ski anything. Its the elusive one ski quiver. Camber underfoot and a 21m turn radius make these a blast to carve around on groomers and the tip and tail rocker helps them float when the snow does fall.

Once you get these skis and start jumping off everything in sight just remember my one rule to skiing...SPREAD EAGLES ARE MANDATORY

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Rich, curious as to where you mounted these? I've heard a little forward of the factory line is best.

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I mounted mine +3.5 from suggested. I do a lot of switch skiing and jumping around so i like them a little closer to center. If you are using it for just all mountain ripping I would say +2 from suggested