This ski is recommended for:

Ski Type: Powder/Backcountry
Age: Adult
Sex: Male
Ski Level: From Level 4 Advanced to 5 Shredder
Ski Usage: 60% Off-Piste


  • Blizzard
  • Powder/Backcountry
  • 185cm

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Recommended Ability




  • Radius: 28.5m
  • Tip: 134mm
  • Center: 108mm
  • Tail: 122mm

Recommended Use

  • Frontside/Groomers: 40%
  • Powder/Off-Piste: 60%


  • Construction: Sandwich Compound
  • Core: Poplar-Bamboo-Paulowniea-Wood
  • Attributes: Full Rocker


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  • Powder: All Mountain >100mm Pick
  • Freeskier: Editor's Pick


SkiGenie recommends the Cochise for advanced to expert adult male skiers as an all-mountain freeride ski (40% frontside / 60% off-piste) perfect for the varying terrain and snow conditions at Western resorts. The ski?s softer feel will benefit those cruising through crud and trees, but, despite having a little more camber, it will not perform well on the hardpack and ice. The Cochise is the ultimate one ski quiver for someone that is always hunting for soft snow off-piste. This ski really kicked off the Flipcore revolution for Blizzard and is now 15% softer making it exceptionally versatility. At 108 underfoot with a rockered tip and tail and camber underfoot, this ski floats like a waist width wider in softer snow, yet its? Flipcore construction makes it feel like a waist width narrower in hard and variable snow and makes this ski even snappier and more crisp feeling on the groomers. Chances are you know someone who is obsessed with their Cochise skis. See what you've been missing!


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