Blizzard 2011/2012 Viva Magnum 8.1 IQ-Max Skis - IQ-Max 12 Viva Bindings (For Women)

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Closeouts. Women-specific Blizzard Viva Magnum 8.1 IQ-Max skis offer hard-charging women a lightweight go-anywhere design with a regulated, soft flex and rockered tip for added flotation and effortless turn initiation.

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Reviewed by SJG from NYC on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Bought these for my wife as a replacement for Rossignol Bandits that must have been 12 years old. Needless to say this is a huge update to "current" tech even if the Blizzards are a couple years out of date. She was thrilled with them. They turn easy and feel "light" even though they are fairly heav... Read More
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  • Reviewed by SJG from NYC on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
    Bought these for my wife as a replacement for Rossignol Bandits that must have been 12 years old. Needless to say this is a huge update to "current" tech even if the Blizzards are a couple years out of date. She was thrilled with them. They turn easy and feel "light" even though they are fairly heavy wit the bindings. They are less stable when tracking straight at higher speeds (probably due to the rocker) but they turn beautifully. It's not the main strong suit of this type of ski but they performed well in bumps and loose snow.

    The lawyers won't be happy with this but if you're comfortable using a screwdriver you can install these bindings yourself. There is exactly one screw required to mount the bindings to the skis. Then you need to adjust the bindings for boot size and DIN setting and you're all set. It will take less than 10 minutes.

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