Blizzard 2010/2011 Titan Argos IQ Max Alpine Skis - IQ Max Slider System

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Overview

About Blizzard 2010/2011 Titan Argos IQ Max Alpine Skis - IQ Max Slider System

Closeouts. A wide body structure joins IQ Max Slider System in Blizzard’s Titan Argos skis, providing the ideal blend of float and maneuverability when tackling deep powder and crud.

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Sizing

Blizzard Titan Argos Ski Size Chart

Ski Model Ski Length (cm) Ski Length (ft/in) Weight Recommendation (lbs) Recommended Rider Height (ft/in) Rider Ability (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert) Used For...
Titan Argos 186 6'1" 175+ 6'0"+ Advanced - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%
Titan Argos 179 5'11" 160 - 180 5'10+ Advanced - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%
Titan Argos 172 5'8" 150 - 170 5'8" - 5'11" Intermediate - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%

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3.500000 5 Overall Rating: 3.5 Based on 2 reviews

Most Helpful 4-Star Review

Reviewed by Coach Tom from Minnesota, Montana on Sunday, October 23, 2011
These beefy pow skis never get bounced around. You can ram crud ridges and go through them like a hot knife through butter. I have several pairs of Blizzard skis with the IQ Max interchangeable binding system. I can quickly and easily swap telemark, AT and Alpine bindings between all pairs. The slig... Read More
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  • Reviewed by BackSide Skier from New Mexico on Wednesday, August 15, 2012
    I have skied these skis for a full season. They are a very heavy and stiff ski. Unfortunately, Nothing spectacular to say about them.
    • Describe Yourself: Expert
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Reviewed by Coach Tom from Minnesota, Montana on Sunday, October 23, 2011
    These beefy pow skis never get bounced around. You can ram crud ridges and go through them like a hot knife through butter. I have several pairs of Blizzard skis with the IQ Max interchangeable binding system. I can quickly and easily swap telemark, AT and Alpine bindings between all pairs. The slight camber allows them to carve reasonably well on groomers but don't expect to be cutting trenches. These are made for bowls and running all out. They are a little awkward in tight trees. All in all an excellent ski for the big slopes. The only thing I don't like about them is their weight. These are a pain in the back on the boot pack.
    • Best Uses: Downhill, Telemarking
    • Cons: Heavy
    • Describe Yourself: Professional
    • Pros: Great Construction
    • Was this a gift?: No

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About Blizzard

For more than sixty years, Blizzard skis have utilized high-tech materials, advanced technologies and impeccable attention to detail to provide world-class performance on and off the slopes. Blizzard skis are known for their exceptional edge grip, precise turn initiation and incredible response. With models for all ages and ability levels -- whether you're a freeride fanatic, backcountry bomber, radical racer or mogul master -- there is a pair of Blizzard skis that will fit your needs. With tech like Sandwich Sidewall construction, IQ binding systems and the celebrated Blizzard Powerframe, you're sure to create a quiver that will help take your skiing to the next level this season.