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

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

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Blizzard Titan Atlas 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 Atlas  186  6'1"  175+  6'0"+ Advanced - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%
Titan Atlas  179  5'11"  160 - 180  5'10+ Advanced - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%
Titan Atlas  172  5'8"  150 - 170  5'8" - 5'11" Intermediate - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%

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Reviewed by Sixchair from Orlando, FL on Wednesday, November 28, 2012
I first skied these in the epic 2010-11 season in almost constant powder conditions. A fully cambered board that delivered power and energy but also responded to subtle edge pressure. Very fast edge-to-edge. They would not respect a timid style, however. In the 2011-12 snowbust that was the Rockies,... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Sixchair from Orlando, FL on Wednesday, November 28, 2012
    I first skied these in the epic 2010-11 season in almost constant powder conditions. A fully cambered board that delivered power and energy but also responded to subtle edge pressure. Very fast edge-to-edge. They would not respect a timid style, however. In the 2011-12 snowbust that was the Rockies, lots of slush, crud, early morning ice, these skis handled everything. Coverage stunk off-piste, so front side groomers were the norm, and the Titans skied almost as quick as my K2 Apache Recons. Their energy and larger radius do not make them 1st choice for bumps or trees, but for wide-open hauling and stability, they're the perfect 1-ski quiver.

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  • Question “I see that this comes with a "slider system"...does this include bindings...?”
    Asked on 11/26/2012 12:00:00 AM by Larry from Folsom, CA
    • Answer No this ski only includes the slider that you can attach the binding of your choice to. No Bindings included.|The Slider is extremely innovative because it is a true system interface that provides all of the system benefits, tremendous versatility, power, adjustability, & flex but allows you to use any binding of any type. The Slider works with any IQ Max ski (and only IQ Max). You can mount ANY binding from ANY company onto the Slider (Alpine, Tele, and AT). Therefore, you could have one pair of Blizzard Skis with three different Slider set ups depending on what you felt like doing that day. (this saves you from having to buy multiple pairs of skis) The Slider also addresses the standing position adjustment problem. The Slider itself has 7 cm worth of adjustability. Bindings are then mounted on the Slider like traditional bindings are mounted on a flat ski. Therefore you have the additional opportunity to mount the binding wherever you like on the Slider, this results in essentially limitless standing position options.||http://www.blizzardsportusa.com/Technology/technology.html
      Answered on 12/4/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post