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Blizzard Latigo ADJ Ski + Squire 11 Bindings

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Description

With skis becoming increasingly wider it is nice to see a new ski that is only 78mm at the waist. The Latigo ADJ is an all-mountain freeride ski that draws on Blizzards race experience and gaps both disciplines. A grippy ski that will let you hit hard turns with confidence. Thanks to its rockered tip and tail it is easier to handle and increases flotation on the powder snow.

Suitable for 50% piste and 50% off piste.

Binding: Marker Squire 11

Notice: When purchasing both skis and bindings from us, we mount your bindings for free. If you want us to mount and adjust the bindings please type in the information at Checkout.

Specifications

Waist Width:
78mm
Radius:
17m @ 177m
Binding:
Included
Skill Level:
Intermediate, Advanced, Expert
Type:
All mountain, Freeride/Backcountry
Width:
115/78/102 mm
Profile:
Camber, Tip Rocker
Core material:
Wood, Metal
DIN Range:
11
 

Reviews

Well packaged and delivered quickly by GLS from Denmark. Was slightly nervous about adjustable bindings, normally used for demo or ski hire outlets, but they seem rock solid and very good quality (Marker Squire) although not tested them in real snow yet. Latigo is about the narrowest-waisted all mountain ski out there; performed excellently on indoor pisted slope with some messy snow and minor bumps. I'd say they ski 'shorter' than their actual length, which is great as the length will aid stability at speed. Whether they perform in powder remains to be seen. I found them very responsive and easy to carve turns; short turns were a joy. I haven't tried the Blizzard Brahma which is probably the closest ski to these; compared with Head piste skis I used for hire this year in the Dolomites I much prefer these after initial outing. Obviously they have brand new edges but they seem more responsive and stiffer when powering out of turns. Also very good looking which appeals.
David Stocker (Warrington)
25/04/2016
Rating: 5 of 5!