Blizzard Skis

  • max.1,757£
  • (1 = Beginner, 10 = Expert)1-10
    (1 = Only Powder, 10 = Only Groomers)1-10
    0-200mm
  • Unisex Ski
    Lady Ski
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
80%
Powder
20%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
30%
Powder
70%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
50%
Powder
50%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
0%
Powder
100%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
50%
Powder
50%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
100%
Powder
0%
Junior Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
20%
Powder
80%
Lady Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
10%
Powder
90%
Lady Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
0%
Powder
100%
Powder Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
40%
Powder
60%
Lady Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
70%
Powder
30%
Lady Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
0%
Powder
100%
Lady Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0
Slope
90%
Powder
10%
Lady Ski | 2018 - 2019 | 0

Blizzard Skis

After returning from the Second World War, Toni Arnsteiner began constructing his first skis in his workshop in Mittersill, Austria. This laid the foundations for Blizzard Ski. The company is still based in Mittersill today and now supplies skis to over 40 countries around the globe. Blizzard’s product range is vast, ranging from all-mountain and freestyle skis to pro-level race skis. Blizzard also offers poles, bindings and bags. The brand is particularly popular among high-level skiers and racers.