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The Blizzard Quattro 7.4 Ti is a true on-piste specialist. With a 74 mm waist and 4 mm rocker it boasts superior edge grip and a steady stable ride. The IQ Suspension system smooths out all the chatter leaving you with nothing but cool confidence so you can hit the groomers all day long.
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IQ Sandwich Compound Partial Sidewall (Ti), Quattro Technology
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Discover how to choose the correct size of this ski
This is intended to get you in the general vicinity of the correct size for you. Other factors such as weight, strength, and how aggressively you ski, as well as turn shape and speed (see below) will also play a role in size selection. Your local specialty retailer will ultimately be able to make the best size recommendation.
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Full poplar/beech woodcore construction with two sheets of Titanal, provides a very high level of performance that is focused on delivering stability and edge grip but is also easy and effortless at all speeds.
SHAPE BLIZZARD QUATTRO - NARROW WAIST
The Blizzard Quattro shape concept is available in different sidecuts, waist widths and model sizes so skiers can match the skis precision and agility to their own technique.
NARROW WAISTED SKI (69-74MM)
LONGER SKI SIZES (> 170CM)
SHORTER SKI SIZES (< 170CM)
4MM ROCKERThe amount of rocker is a fundamental parameter that influences the agility and control of a modern carving ski. The rocker profile changes by 2mm in each model to match the control needs of the different target users: 4MM ROCKER For better sliding, great control and a forgiving feel.
duratecDuratec is the use of a thicker textured surface combined with maximum edge radius and aluminum tip protectors to contribute to the durabilty and longevity of your skis.
IQ Interface that incorporates an elastic dampening system. This inferface delivers less vibration, a more dynamic feeling and unbeatable edge grip, which results in easy and effortless skiing..
Full sidewalls provide torsional rigidity and constant pressure along the full length of the ski. The result is better energy transmission, stability, control and ultimately greater performance.