Bill Porrecawrote a review of Blizzard Zero G 85 Ski on September 27, 2016
Familiarity: I've used it several times
If you have questions about this ski, don't hesitate to contact me.
Usually when you look at skis in this weight class you have to sacrifice on downhill performance. Skis that are super light have a lot of carbon and or lighter wood. This means you end up with a chattery ride on hard pack specifically. When your in powder all is good, dont we wish that we only skied powder? Fact is we dont.
Out of all the skis I tried in this weight class last year I felt these skied the best. I was floored at how much fun they were to ski and the reduced chatter I had coming from my current pair of skis.
No changes to this years Zero G, just color.
Feel free to hit me up with any questions regarding skis:
Length: What works for your weight/ability/ and where you tend to ride.
Bindings: If your curious about what binding may compliment this ski, how much retention you need, or even which brake to size to choose.
Full Package: What would be the best boot and binding to go on this ski in regards to your weight/ability, and where you ride.
Skins: Mohair-Mix/Nylon/ Mohair? Whats the best option for you? What size should you get?
Comparison: How do other skis feel in this weight class? What are the pros and cons of going with another option?