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Overview

About Blizzard 2011/2012 Bushwacker Skis

Closeouts. Quick and lively, Blizzard Bushwacker alpine skis are well suited to aggressive skiers with a light touch. The balanced flex and tip and tail rocker offer easy maneuverability in bumps and soft snow conditions.

Specs

Specs about Blizzard 2011/2012 Bushwacker Skis

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 2 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Littlewolf from North East USA on Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Insanely lively forgiving stable. Living in the shadow if it's bigger brothers this ski has
largely gone unnoticed. I'm 52 been skiing since I was 20, have skied in 3 countries,
heli skied in 2 different states. My choice for a fun day in 95% of the conditions are the
Blizzard Bushwacker.

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  • Reviewed by Littlewolf from North East USA on Wednesday, January 1, 2014
    Insanely lively forgiving stable. Living in the shadow if it's bigger brothers this ski has
    largely gone unnoticed. I'm 52 been skiing since I was 20, have skied in 3 countries,
    heli skied in 2 different states. My choice for a fun day in 95% of the conditions are the
    Blizzard Bushwacker.

    My wife, who was a ski instructor in Austria also skis them.

    If you are skiing in waste deep powder maybe you'd want something a bit wider.
    For every other condition... The Bushwacker is my choice. Versatile, Lively and
    unlike shape skies that only want to be on edge carving these skies can carve
    and wedeln or jump turn in breakable crust!

    But hey not everyone wants a great ski... ;)
  • Reviewed by DB from Massachusetts on Monday, December 30, 2013
    Great skis at a great price. I demo'ed a pair of the 2012/13 skis last year and thought they were great skis. Blizzard has not changed the design of the Bushwhacker ski in the last few years, the only difference between these (2011/12) and the 2013/14 skis is cosmetic. The skis are light and maneuverable and are well suited to the intermediate/expert skier. I used them on a recent ski trip in the Rockies in hard pack and powder conditions and the skis perform well in both, exceptional on groomed slopes. However, if you ski exclusively powder you may want a wider ski.

    The skis I received were still in the original plastic, so consider them "mint" as far as their condition goes.

Question & Answer

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  • “Does anyone know what the differences between bushwacker 2011/2012 and bushwacker 2012/2013 are?
    Asked by BP from NE on 11/15/2013 1:30:50 PM
  • “Hi, Do these skiis come in 170 ”
    Asked by Marc from North Vancouver on 10/22/2013 5:49:19 PM
    • We have them only available in 159cm and 166cm lengths. The 170cm is not available.
      Answered on 10/28/2013 11:48:02 AM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post

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.