2020 Blizzard Firebird WRC WC Piston with Marker XCell 12.0 GW binding system. This ski is available only with this binding.
• Ski Dimensions are 115.5-68-98.5
• Sidecut radius is 17.5 meters (175cm)
The Firebird WRC is built with Blizzard's powerful World Cup construction; full wood core, ABS sidewalls, two sheets of Titanal. And then it is topped off with Marker's amazing Piston Plate binding interface. A binding race plate is intended to reduce vibration, helping keep the ski's edge in contact with the snow. But, Marker takes that one step further with a hydraulic piston built in. As the ski flexes, the Piston provides no resistance. But, when the skier's pressure is released at the end of the turn, the Piston provides resistance to eliminate cycles of counter flexing/flexing as the ski changes edges. Vibration is filtered out, chatter is reduced, and the ski feels amazingly smooth and ready to hook up with the snow as it is placed onto the new edge.
Blizzard says, "The Blizzard Firebird WRC is the top model in the Firebird line and it is best characterized by fasten your seatbelt power and a rock and roll attitude. It is the perfect ski for anyone looking for a precise and ultra stable race style ski that loves long radius, high speed turns. The magic under WRC's hood are the carbon technologies (C-Spine and C-Armor) combined with a Double Titinal Sandwich Compound Sidewall construction to deliver a ride that dreams are made of. The WRC brings a whole new meaning to the term, "Racers... Start your engines."
Bottom line... this ski RIPS!! If you like to go fast, YOU NEED THIS!
This ski's Marker World Cup Piston plate requires a Marker XCell binding, and it is matched up here with the new Marker XCell 12.0 GW. This binding is a perfect match to the ski, and can accommodate standard Alpine boot soles, as well as the new Grip Walk boots just coming onto the market. You probably do not own a GW boot now, but you most likely will own one in the future. This binding is compatible no matter which boot type you might ever have.
• DIN range is 4 to 12
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