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Blizzard Magnum 7.4


$600.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Holds an edge really well even at speed. Initiates a turn effortlessly, makes it easy to work with. Plows through crud and rough patches.

The Cons:Too sensitive for beginners, will end up turning when they don't want to. Doesn't have a lot of pop, just a bit too flexible.

The Magnum 7.4 is a pair of mid-range skis from Blizzard that offers a step-down from the company's Magnum 7.6 model. Utilizing a Gloss Black aesthetic with Fire Red highlighting, this model is available in a variety of lengths ranging from 149 to 170 centimeters.

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Product Shot 2 Blizzard's own IQ engineering technology has been implemented to provide optimal performance, utilizing a sandwiched composite side-walling design to ensure a smooth, consistent ride. Powerframe construction features a unibody design for increased rigidity and rebound on the slopes, with sufficient flexibility suspension-controlled shock absorption. The 7.4 can be used for all alpine and freestyle mountain skiing types, including slalom and mogul runs. In addition, users may choose to opt for the IQ LT-10 bindings, which were designed specifically for use with the Magnum product line. Blizzard's Uni Black ski poles are also compatible. 

Features

  • Gloss Black/ Fire Red aesthetic
  • All-mountain terrain model
  • Available in 149, 156, 163 and 170-centimeter lengths
  • IQ engineering technology 
  • IQ sandwich-composite side-walling 
  • Powerframe construction technology 
  • Compatible with IQ LT-10 bindings 
  • Compatible with Blizzard Uni Black ski poles 

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    holds an edge really well even at speed

  • 1

    initiates a turn effortlessly, makes it easy to work with

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    plows through crud and rough patches

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    just enough forgiveness for intermediate skiers

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    goes edge to edge really fast, ideal for snappy quick turns

Cons
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    too sensitive for beginners, will end up turning when they don't want to

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    doesn't have a lot of pop, just a bit too flexible

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