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Blizzard Peacemaker Ski

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    4 Reviews


    Make peace with the mountain.

    Skiing doesn't always consist of nipple-deep powder days filled with endless face shots and free refills. Now, let that simple fact settle in, pick yourself up off the ground if you need to, and take relief in the versatile and playful Blizzard Peacemaker Ski. The Peacemaker is a bit of an enigma in Blizzard's usually hard-charging line, with a slightly softer flex that allows you schmear turns through the trees, scream down tight chutes, and land switch when you're sending it off natural features.

    Made with Blizzard's Flipcore technology, the Peacemaker maintains a natural flex, tons of float for when it does snow, and excellent stability, despite its heavily rockered tip and tail—this is due to the fact that Blizzard built it without having to artificially bend or alter the shape of the ski in a press. And if that wasn't enough, Blizzard went ahead the threw in full-length sidewalls, making the skis super stable and durable. The Peacemaker is a true twintip, while its bamboo, poplar, Iso-wood Lite Core core keeps the ski light and poppy, without sacrificing an ounce of stability.

    • Freerider with all-mountain potential
    • Versatile 104mm waist width handles almost any condition
    • Rockered tip and tail eases turn initiation
    • Camber underfoot stays solid on firmer snow
    • Lite Core made of poppy poplar, sturdy bamboo, and Iso-woods
    • Compound sidewalls enhance durability and stability
    • Flipcore construction maintains a natural flex
    • Item #BLZ001Z

    Tech Specs

    165 cm, 172 cm, 179 cm, 186 cm
    134 / 104 / 124 mm
    Turn Radius
    [186cm] 21 m
    rocker tip & tail, camber underfoot
    sandwich compound sidewall
    Lite Core (poplar, bamboo, and ISO-wood)
    Claimed Weight
    [pair, 186cm] 9 lb
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Solid All Mountain Ski

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm 6'2", weigh about 175 and ski the 186's.

    I've been out on these skis in a variety of conditions and they have felt great in everything so far. They are fairly maneuverable through tight spaces and bumps, hold an edge very well on groomers, and handle steeps just fine. On a modest resort powder day (8"ish), they performed well from the start to the end, either in untracked lines or chopped up leftovers. The tips don't dive and they have plenty of float. They feel good in the air, coming down, skiing forwards, skiing backwards, whatever.

    My only disclaimer would be that they don't really seem to have a back seat. You need to be over your skis and going for it to get the most out of these skis, otherwise you're gonnna have a bad time.

    All in all, if you're an advanced skier looking for a one ski quiver and you like to take aggressive lines, you will have a great time with the Peacemakers.

    Go to Ski

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love this ski! Super great in the pow as well as the groomers. I Mounted the Beast 16 on it in order to use it for touring. Light weight and a good medium between soft and stiff.

    does the job

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These skis are awesome! They have a fun playful design that really responds well. They are a forgiving ski, but also perform super well. They can be used by really any skill level. Love skiing these in the pow. They are a lighter ski.

    Amazing Ski!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I just bought these skis and I am VERY pleased with them! Before buying then I researched skis, read reviews, and looked around. I did this for hours. My final decision was the Peacemaker.
    I have to say that this ski really surprised me. I knew it was going to be good, but it totally exceeded my expectations in versatility. It floats like a dream in powder, can handle speed pretty well, and is also light enough to do more jumps/freeride. Overall I have not yet found anything this ski will not do.