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2014 Blizzard Bonafide Ski Reviews

Start Haus

An unbeatable all mountain ski

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Pros: Does everything well, really.

Cons: If you're not a metal ski person, go with the Kabookie.

This is the daily driver for many Start Haus employees for a reason, it's just a ski that's great at everything. The Blizzard Bonafide has been our top seller for the last couple years, generally selling out early in the season. Here's SierraJim and Jim Schaffner on the Bonafide at Sugar Bowl last winter, putting them through the paces in powder, crud, variable and icy groomers. Pardon the wind noise.  
Philpug

Still, the 98mm ski all others are measured against.

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Pros: Everything.

Cons: Availability will still not meet the demand.

Review: What can I say that i haven't said up to this point, the Bonafide is the best ski in the highly contested 98mm category. In the every evolving world of ski design it remarkable that a ski can stay at the top for two seasons let alone the three that the Bonafide has. Sure, this is my "opinion" that the Bonafide is the top 98mm ski but having skied well over 60 skis a season over the past years, I have yet to find a ski that can do everything the Bonafide can do, as well as the Bonafide with as much ease. The graphics for 2014 are a homage to the first two years with the red fore body (2013) and the gray tail (2012)        Product: Length Tested:...
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