If you think you have the talent, and the guts than prepare yourself. The Blizzard Dakota Skis are skis designed for only the strongest and most daring women. These skis provide sheer freedom of big-mountain riding and let you have the upper hand when gambling with narrow tree runs, but only if you can tame them. A double titanium layer together with a bamboo core and the Flip Core 3D Rocker technology will give you the boost you need to power through crazy amounts of powder. If you think you have what it takes, than step up to the plate and give the Blizzard Dakota Skis a shot.
Full Rocker Fully rockered combined with flat center without camber construction provides great floating abilities and very playful in all conditions.
Flip Core 3D The wood core of the ski is inserted upside-down, so that the downward-facing, convex side of the core created a natural bend. This natural rocker-shape is already built in to the construction of the ski, not needing any additional-repressing. This results in better stability, increased edge to edge transitions, and a floating effect when your riding in powder.
Blizzard Sidewall Blizzard sidewalls give you better energy transmission that provides constant edge pressure over the entire length of the skis, and dynamic force distribution from edge to edge. You get increased torsional stiffness for stable edge grip, perfect control, and the highest carving performance. The sidewalls are super durable made with a longlife construction, and designed to be more impact resistant.
HM graphite (sintered)
Bindings not included
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||134|
|Waist Width (mm)||108|
|Tail Width (mm)||122|
|Turning Radius (m)||27|
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Comments about Blizzard Dakota Skis - Women's 2013:
I needed a ski that was a bit "heavier" and would keep me from getting kicked around on chop. This ski works wonderfully! I've been using it on those days that aren't pure powder days (I have other skis for that), but are packed out or choppy. Skiing through chop is a breeze. I had Atomic Heaven 'n Hells, which tended to kick me around a lot. Those are more powder based and lightweight. The Blizzards are my definite new all mountain ski. The edges bite well and give you good grab. Occasionally, on groomers, they'll bite a little /too/ well, but not anything drastic. I wish I owned these sooner, they're making my skiing so much more fun and I feel like I have a lot more control over where I go and how I get down the mountain.
For reference, I'm 5' 11", so the length is great, too.