Blizzard Sheeva 10
Based on 11 reviews
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- Great for soft snow
- Easy to control
- Good for beginners
- Not good for experts
PNW all mountain ski width?
I'm up in Seattle so skiing mostly PNW conditions like you and I have a pair of Nordica Enforcer 100s which are basically the men's version of the Santa Ana's and I'd say those are probably the most versatile ski for most days on the mountain in my quiver. Admittedly don't know much about the Black Pearls but my wife has the Blizzard Sheeva 10's which are also a fantastic 1 ski quiver up here in the PNW, but will be more on the advanced side so kinda depends on if you're looking to grow into them and something a little more playful.
10 months ago
[Mar 11, 2022] Weekly Discussion: Ask your gear, travel, conditions and other ski-related questions
I skied deep, steep powder that I did not even know I could handle and these skis carried me all the way. And then when I was on a groomer, it carved with no problem. It really seemed like these skis could handle anything I would want to do.
1 year ago
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