Blizzard Brahma 2014 ski available with bundled products


Blizzard Brahma 2014

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: £469.00

Special Price £257.95

Superb All Mountain ski.

All skis are waxed, brushed out and carefully packed


KneeBinding Carbon-Carbon-90mm

Regular Price: £254.25

Special Price £241.54

We say:-

What a difference a Titanal sheet makes; these are an absolute blast.  This is probably the ski that made the biggest impression on me (John) at the Ski test in February.

It just made you want to push it; the extra bite, the extra rebound the extra fun, just loved them. 

Lightning quick edge to edge for a "mid-fat", super smooth, punchy and yet not in the least bit unforgiving.  In this and the Cochise, Blizzard have two of the very best ski on offer this coming season.


They say:-

The addition of a titinal layer in the sandwich core has given real punch to this excellent ski which is based on the successful Bushwacker geometry.


  • Sidecut 133 - 98 - 118 at 180cm
  • 21m turn radius at 180cm
  • Sandwich compound sidewall construction
  • Camber - 3D tip / tail rocker
  • Flipcore technology

Tech Spec

Brand Blizzard
Ability Advanced, Expert
Waist width No
Ski shape Early Rise
Where you like to ski All Mountain (mainly off piste), All Mountain (mainly on piste), Hike & Ride, Touring

If you buy your skis and bindings from us on our recommendation, either by visiting the store and talking to our staff, or "discussing" your requirements with us over the telephone or via e-mail and then when you ski them you cannot get on with them we offer the following guarantee:-

Subject to a weekly rental charge of £70 (rail binding system skis) or £95 (flat top skis that have been specifically drilled and mounted for you) we will accept return of those skis (providing of course they haven't been "mullered") and put the remainder of the price you paid for them towards a different pair.  

Please note, if you are unable to return the skis to us in person you would be required to pay for the carriage charges incurred in their return.

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Posted by Brian Mackie on Tuesday, 12 November 2013


Wt 70kg Ht 1.70m Age 56 Present Ski 12 year old Salomon twentyten 1.69m Its good on the bumps and carving the piste first run; when the hill is empty. Really like it but never was good on ice and now lost most of its pop. Live 40min drive from the Lecht ski area and 1 hour from Aviemore. So pop up when the wind stops long enough for the snow to settle. Last year skied in Verbier; favourite run Tortin. Have two holidays booked for 2014. The 3 Valley's; favourite run Mout Vallon; and Val d'Isere. Hope to go to the west coast USA 2015. Question what ski/binding would you recommend I should buy and at what lenght. Have an old pair of skies that I use in Scotland to hop the rocks. .


  • Posted by John Sturgess on Tuesday, 12 November 2013

    Hi Brian,

    You're shorter but younger than me (age 59, 188cms and almost 90kgs) and I loved the 180's, so as a direct corrolation the argument would seem to suggest the 166's.


    They would give you reasonable float and would be that little bit more manoeuvrable between the trees than the 173's, which would give slightly better float and a little more stability at higher speeds.  That said the construction is such that even the 166's should be pretty stable and they both will carve like a dream.  I think you'd enjoy either but as a very experienced skier who probably learnt originally on much longer skis I slightly favour the longer one for you, the extra length in front of your bindings will be less than a couple of inches on the 173's so think you would find them the best all round.


    Bindings, the Fisher X13's with their partially rotating heel if you knees have seen better days, or even the Kneebindings; if the knees are still in good shape then go for the Attack 13's, or even the Free Ten's if you're looking to keep a reasonable budget on the overall purchase.


    Hope this helps.


    Kind regards


    John and Team

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