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Haul ass up and down.

The Blizzard Scout Ski may be a lightweight on the scale, but be assured it's a heavyweight performer. Its strong, lively wood Flipcore gives it natural rocker in tip and tail, and a generous 27-meter sidecut radius means stability at scorching speeds. The 108-millimeter waist is an ample platform in pow but still quick edge-to-edge. Sidewall sandwich construction also brings power and precision to the edges. This ski has classic camber for strong rebound and edge hold. For backcountry enthusiasts, the Scout is Blizzard's burliest board.

  • Tip & Tail Rocker profile
  • Classic camber underfoot
  • Sandwich sidewall construction
  • Flipcore 3D wood core
  • 108-millimeter waist
  • Huge 27m sidecut radius

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5 5

Good balanced Ski

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have this ski in a 193 mounted with a TTS tele system and it skis fantastic. I put screw inserts into the skis to change out to Dynafit heels too. Both Tele and Dynafit ski fantastic, excellent edge hold on the hard stuff and very stable too. This does have a top sheet of titanium on them so there is metal in the ski, but it is not nearly as damp as the Cochise.
Compared to the 190 Cham high mountain the Scout is about 7 ounces heavier, but more than pays off in the downhill performance. Plus the screws have a better bite in the ski as the Chams have a very soft core material and I have had Dynafit screws pull out.
Great all around mid category ski, I like the late rise in the tails to simplify some of the entrances in narrow chutes and dumping speed without having to edge to hard where carving a full turn is not a choice. Lovely in powder, chopped, corn, and hardpack.

5 5

Go anywhere do anything ski!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is my go to touring ski. Minimizing weight without sacrificing performance is what this ski is all about. Uphill or downhill this ski never disappoints

Go anywhere do anything ski!
5 5

The Touring Go-To... It's a No-Brainer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A few hut trips were lined up last season and I was in need of the perfect tool (not toy) for the missions. Flying in via heli to the Fairy Meadows Hut in BC where everything is hike-to accessed after getting dropped off, touring Tahoe's terrain using the Lost Trail Lodge as a HQ, and sampling the San Juans from Telluride's Alta Lakes Hut... the 3 trips promised a variety of snow conditions and tons of vert to be banged out by foot. I needed a setup to be lightweight, wide enough for charging deep BC pow, and stable enough to handle variable CO snow. The Scout proved to be perfect!
I was always a fan of the Cochise, the Scout's profile is identical to Blizzard's award-winning ski. But, without metal the ski is significantly lighter and a little more forgiving, but still has the Cochise feel. Stable at high speeds when you throw it sideways, fun and playful in pillows and rolling terrain, with a solid and reliable tail that makes it trustworthy in high-consequence zones (couloirs, chalky snow, no-fall zones, etc).
You're not compromising anything on the ascent with this ski, which is good for skiers who want something light, but the best part is this ski goes off on the descent. For skiers looking to go uphill as efficiently as possible, but really want a ski designed for skiing, the Scout is a no-brainer. Pair it with a tech binding and you're dialed!
I even opt to ski this on-mountain a lot, because the 108-waste is a perfect width on my home mountain. Frontside skiers who love the Cochise but want something that is a little more forgiving will freak.
Check it out. The Scout is one that I'm holding on to! (Scout on the far right in the photo.)

The Touring Go-To... It's a No-Brainer