What line of lightweight mountaineering skis would be complete without a race ski? Blizzard takes the Zero G platform on the Attack, with an easy skiing (for a race ski) rocker-camber-rocker profile and 24 meter radius. Built with a “compound carbon ultralight sandwich”, the Zero G Attack makes you hungry for more laps. Bamboo stringers highlight the complex Isocore that is the meat of the said sandwich, the technology for which Blizzard developed while building race skis for other brands. The semi-square tip blends the lift of square tips with the precision steering of pointier shapes. It’s also of course slotted with notches for race skins. Go Attack some races with the most nimble member of the Zero G family.
- Lite Core technology consists layers of bamboo and light woods welded together.
- Subtle rocker complements the camber underfoot for a ski that does what you expect.
- Compound Carbon Ultralight Sandwich whets your appetite for more up and downhill.
- Promised to maintain Blizzard’s reputation for only producing skis that perform.
||Mild rocker w/ camber underooft|
||Semi-square tips w/ flattish tails|
||Compound carbon sandwich|
||Light wood w/ bamboo stringers|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Hybrid tip is versatile|
|Bottom Line||Solid racing ski|
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