When Blizzard introduced the Zero-G 95 in the wee years of 2018, many skeptics were impressed with how hard such a light ski could be pushed. This skiability came in large part due to their Carbon Drive construction, which when wrapped around a paulownia core, delivered hard-charging performance at a reasonable weight. After a few years elapsed, Blizzard introduced their improved Carbon Drive 2.0, which kept the same hard-charging performance as the original while making it a bit more approachable to the masses. As you've guessed, the new Carbon Drive 3.0 continues this evolution and is arguably their best version yet. Supportive but not overbearing, the Zero G-95 handles steep and scary terrain with poise, leaving behind any unwanted “hookiness” of its forebears. This laminate change also gives the Zero-G 95 an almost playful feel, which is something you'll surely appreciate on the long ski-out from your objective. From harvesting corn, to mid-winter powder, to far out mountaineering objectives, the Zero G-95 is a reliable partner for the job.
- Carbon Drive 3.0 results in a supportive yet playful ride that is just plain fun underfoot.
- Paulownia core keeps things light and poppy for your enjoyment.
- Lots of effective edge for superior edge hold in challenging terrain.
- Partial sidewall for better durability means you better like these skis because you're going to have them for a while.
|Lengths (cm)||157, 164, 171, 178, 185|
|Weight (pair)||2160g 
||Round tip with recess for precut skins, flat tail with notch|
||Rocker in the tip, Camber underfoot, Slight rocker in tail|
||Round tip, squared off tail, medium sidecut|
||Carbon Drive 3.0|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||All snow types|
|Notes||Very agile and nimble with Carbon Drive 3.0 construction|
|Bottom Line||Quiver of one, good for everything|
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