At 82-millimeters underfoot, it is very nimble edge to edge on firm snow but is still wide enough to handle soft snow too. A slight rocker profile in the tip and tail provides some great forgiveness and maneuverability, allowing for easy edge release when needed. The core construction of this ski makes it much less demanding overall and makes it much more forgiving, particularly in softer snow. While it's certainly not a floater, it is wider than a true frontside carving ski, so you essentially get no loss of edge hold and on trail performance while gaining some additional capabilities when it comes to handling variable snow. It's an ideal set up for women who want a strong ski that is still forgiving that will provide confidence and great edge hold. With a relatively short turn radius, it's an ideal ski for those ladies who like to make a lot of short, quick turns, but you can also open up the ski and make wider turns at speed. For women who want a great all-mountain ski for the front side, the Blizzard Black Pearl 82 Skis w/ TPC 10 Bindings certainly check off a lot of boxes for you.
- Sidecut:121/82/105 mm at 166 cm
- Turn Radius: 13.5 meters at 166 cm length
- Core: TruBlend FlipCore
- Full Sidewall Construction
- Unidirectional Carbon
- Sandwich Compound Sidewall
- Ability Level: Intermediate to Expert Skiers