Ever since taking its rightful place as the head of the Blizzard touring ski stable, the Zero G 105 has made quite a splash, especially amongst aggressive skiers looking to venture to faraway places. Not being content with good, Blizzard has continued their journey towards great by tweaking the Carbon Drive laminate (now in its third iteration). As a result, Blizzard was able to make the ride a little more friendly without sacrificing the hard-charging performance people have come to love. In other words, the ski loses none of its soft snow pedigree but becomes friendlier when the snow is less friendly (or just downright awful). While the tip and tail rocker make the Zero G 105 a powder ripping fiend, the long sidecut combined with Carbon Drive 3.0 laminate ensures it’s no slouch on hard snow, either. Built to explore distant peaks and the powder-filled couloirs that reside on them, the Zero G 105 is a reliable soft snow-oriented partner that will calmly tackle any objective.
- Carbon Drive 3.0 is a carbon laminate that allows Blizzard to finetune ski characteristics.
- Rocker-camber-rocker profile helps the ski float and maneuver in deep snow.
- The long side cut helps provide a tenacious edge hold on steep terrain.
- Biggest powder-focused ski in the Blizzard touring lineup.
|Lengths (cm)||164, 172, 180, 188|
|Weight (pair)||2640g 
||Tip recession, tail notch|
|Specs Verified||172 & 188 only|
||Rockered tip, camber underfoot, subtle tail rocker|
||Rounded tip and tails with a long radius|
||Carbon Drive 3.0|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Carbon Drive 3.0 gets rid of the harshness but keeps the charge|
|Bottom Line||Competitive weight with exceptional performance|
|Compare to other High-fat Skis|
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