TOURING

ZERO G 085

Cod. 8A6151 00 001

Lengths: 157-164-171-178-185 cm
Sidecut: 116-85-99,5 mm (164)
Radius: 16; 18; 19; 20; 22 m
Binding: 1,015g +/- 50g (164 cm); 0,67g/cm2 (8A6151 00 001)
Binding: 1,015g +/- 50g (164 cm); 0,67g/cm2 (8A6149 00 001)
Construction: Sandwich Compound Sidewall; Carbon Drive Technology

Alpine touring skiers have been begging for a ski that is equal parts ultra-light and uber-stable for those long days bagging vertical, navigating narrow couloirs or GS turns in open bowls, and skinning back up for another lap.  Blizzard's Zero G 85 is the answer and is the lightweight ski you want underfoot when you’re climbing uphill to access pristine backcountry terrain but want confidence inspiring stability for the descent. Carbon Drive with full sidewalls coupled with an ultra-lightweight paulownia woodcore construction result in a light and nimble but performance oriented setup. 

SIZES / DIMENSION
sizes (cm) 157 164 171 178 185 157 164 171 178
sidecut 185 116-85-99,5 116-85-99,5 116-85-99,5 118-85-101,5 118-85-101,5 116-85-99,5 116-85-99,5 116-85-99,5
radius (m) 118-85-101,5 118-85-101,5 16 18 19 20 22 16 18

 

FIND YOUR SIZE

  • EXPERT

    YOUR HEIGHT +5CM

  • ADVANCED

    YOUR HEIGHT

  • INTERMEDIATE

    YOUR HEIGHT -5CM

  • BEGINNER

    YOUR HEIGHT -10CM

This is intended to get you in the general vicinity of the correct size for you. Other factors such as weight, strength, and how aggressively you ski, as well as turn shape and speed (see below) will also play a role in size selection. Your local specialty retailer will ultimately be able to make the best size recommendation.

TURN TYPE

LONG TURNS

If you prefer to make longer, wider arcing turns, a longer ski will hold a bigger turn shape with more stability.

SHORT TURNS

If you prefer to make shorter, quicker turns, a shorter ski will be easier to maneuver.

YOUR SPEED

HIGHER SPEED

If you like to ski fast, a longer ski will give you more stability at higher speeds.

LOWER SPEED

If you ski slower, a shorter ski will be easier to initiate the turn and maneuver.

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