Blizzard Zero G95


Men's Free-Tour
Price: £525.00 (ski only)
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste:
Suitability for touring:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Upper Advanced Lower Expert Upper Expert
Sidecut 128-95-112
Turn radius 21m (178cm)
Lengths 164, 171, 178 (1,250g), 185
Construction Cap & sidewall combo
Carbon & lightweight wood core
Tip & tail rocker
Strengths Edge grip on hard snow, stability, smooth ride
Weaknesses Feels less easy to use for pivoting at slower speeds

They say

With a state of the art carbon fiber frame and an ultra lightweight wood core, coupled with a 95mm waist, the Zero is the most versatile ski you’ll find.

We say

The Zero G is another touring ski which feels surprisingly strong when it comes to hardpack. In these conditions it grips really well, with strong edge hold on even the steepest, hardest terrain. If the speeds crank up it continues to show superb stability and overall it’s a ski that will not disappoint on tough, hardpack terrain. In deeper powder conditions it can hold its own with the lightweight and smooth flex allowing it to steer through the arc well, it feels a bit less user friendly than some of the other skis we tested, but strong, confident skiers will love it.

Tester Comments

Al Morgan
I love this ski! It skis like a freeride ski, but lighter
Derek Chandler
Cracking, dependable, go anywhere ski. Loves to be on its edges and turning