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Blizzard Zero G 95 Ski

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"If it ain't broke, don't fix it". Well, the design of the Zero G 95 definitely wasn't broken, but Blizzard still somehow found a way to fix it. The previous Zero G 95 was widely praised for being versatile and reliable across a wide range of conditions and skill levels, yet Blizzard wasn't satisfied. They took their fantastic Carbon Overlay technology and tweaked it to ensure a more reliable and obedient flex, yet still kept it damp and stable. They also altered the core construction, and began to taper the sidewall much earlier. The result is a softer feeling tip and tail with the same rock solid feel underfoot, making it a more easy-going version of itself. Blizzard took a gamble in making changes to a ski that was previously so popular, but their gamble paid off and the updated Zero G 95 is a downright delight to ski.

  • The reworked core is protected by durable sidewalls, making your October ski-outing in 8" of fresh slightly less of a bad idea.
  • Rocker in the tip keeps you afloat while skinning and also keeps you afloat while descending with a smile.
  • Blizzard's own Carbon Overlay provides dampening and adds exactly zero g's extra weight.
  • This isn't a technical point, but we really like the new graphics.

Update 2020/21: Some new colors spruce up your 0G life while the build remains the same.

Lengths (cm) 164, 171, 178, 185
convert to ounces
1160g [164]
1215g [171]
1300g [178]
1360g [185]
Weight (pair) 2320g [164]
2430g [171]
2600g [178]
2720g [185]
Dimensions 128-95-111.5
Turn Radius 19m [164]
20m [171]
21m [178]
22m [185]
Skin Fix Roundish tips, flat notched tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile Mild rocker, camber underfoot
Shape Cruising radius w/ arcing tip & tail
Construction Sidewall sandwich w/ Carbon Drive
Core Paulownia
Skimo Co Says
Usage Everyday adventures
Notes Full sidewall helps w/ rocks
Bottom Line Workhorse tourer
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Michael M
Any comments on how much differently these ski compared to the original version of the 95? Is there much of a perceptible difference between the old and new models?

Looking at the comments from the 85, it seems the old and new version of that ski weren't that much differently. Is it the case for the 95 as well?
Answer from Julieana
Hey Michael, last year they did change the 95 from it's original version. They made it less rigid and a little more playful and friendly overall. Since they updated it last year they have not made any new changes to this year's model.
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Question from Rory
I’m a huge Voile fan but these have totally caught my eye for an Eastern Sierra daily AT ski. I have Hyperchargers (tele), Ultravectors (tele), Objectives (AT) and I'm trying to decide between these and the Hypervectors! Can you help shed any light? I think I’d rock 178s for either at 6’ and 160lbs. Also I’m planning on Plum 170s and I’m skiing the Fischer Travers Carbon boots.
Answer from Jeff
Rory, the Zero G 85 is the Classic Spring ski, this one is more versatile. It is a bit stiffer overall than the Hypervector and should handle Sierra conditions maybe a bit better than the Voiles. As the description says, Blizzard detuned the tips a bit to allow easier turn initiation. Would be a wonderful choice.
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Question from Casey
Any concerns and recommendations for mounting tele bindings to these skis?
Answer from Teddy Young
Hello Casey, mounting these with telemark bindings would be fine! I would recommend mounting them a centimeter or two behind the boot center line.
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Question from zjh
What is the recommended mount point (cm from center) on the updated version? Interested in the 178, if it varies by size.
Answer from
Hey zjh!
The recommended mount point on the 178's is 98 cm from the tip if you measure in a straight line. The mount point does vary by size and the 171's measure 94.5 cm from the tip in a straight line. Hope that helps!!
Answer from Zak
Okay, thanks Cole. So that's approx -9.X cm from center (depending on the straight-tape pull of the ski). I was asking because I heard Blizzard moved the mount point forward with updated 0G series. I dislike very traditional mount points, despite understanding it's easier to kickturn with less tail.
Answer from
Hey Zak! We had a older 0G that I measured for you and it measured 98.4 cm straight from the tip. Blizzard did move the mount point 4 mm forward from previous years. Hope that helps!!
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