Blizzard 2010/2011 Titan Zeus IQ Alpine Skis

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About Blizzard 2010/2011 Titan Zeus IQ Alpine Skis

Closeouts. Blizzard's Titan Zeus skis are built for aggressive big mountain skiers, with a utility rocker in the tip and a wide platform underfoot for stability when you're charging through crud and deep powder.

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Blizzard Titan Zeus 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 Zeus  193  6'4"  185+  6'3"+ Advanced - Expert On Trail: 20% Off Trail: 80%
Titan Zeus  186  6'1"  175+  6'0"+ Advanced - Expert On Trail: 10% Off Trail: 90%

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Reviewed by Ski Powder Siems from Idaho on Wednesday, December 30, 2015
My son, 5'11'" 190 lbs., loves these. One cautionary note, if you get the version with the binding system, make sure you buy a binding that will fit on the binding plate. I believe the skis were designed with Marker bindings in mind, but the lovely folks at Brundage Mountain (McCall, Idaho) were abl... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Ski Powder Siems from Idaho on Wednesday, December 30, 2015
    My son, 5'11'" 190 lbs., loves these. One cautionary note, if you get the version with the binding system, make sure you buy a binding that will fit on the binding plate. I believe the skis were designed with Marker bindings in mind, but the lovely folks at Brundage Mountain (McCall, Idaho) were able to fit a pair of Salomon's on the ski, but with really no margin for binding-mount error.

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