The Zero G 95 has a first descent on the world’s highest, biggest line—the Lhotse Couloir in Nepal’s Himalayas. Ski mountaineers Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison requested Blizzard’s Zero G 95 when they set out to summit the 27,940-foot-peak, and indeed, the skis got the pair down safely—not to mention the high-altitude pow turns they scored!
Your backcountry adventure may be closer to home, but you can still reap the benefits of Austrian engineering that delivers the best downhill performance for the weight. Carbon Drive 2.0 paired with an ultra-light paulownia woodcore ensure efficiency on the skin track, while maintaining strength, a solid edge grip and a stable feel for the descent.
• Full Sandwich Compound (Ca)
• Trueblend All Mountain Woodcore
• Beech-Popplar Trueblend Flipcore W.S.D.
• Titanal Underfoot
• Carbon Drive 2.0
• Pawlowina Woodcore
• Carbon Drive
The integration of a 3D uni-directional carbon fiber frame with an ultra-lightweight paulownia woodcore construction allows us to reduce the weight in the ski while providing structure for performance. The carbon frame’s 3D geometry guarantees optimal flex and torsional rigidity. The result is a level of stability, edge grip and control unprecedented in the world of ski mountaineering.
• Carbon Reinforcement
Two edge to edge layers of bi-directional carbon fiber are positioned in the binding mounting areas to improve binding retention and torsional strength.