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2014 Blizzard Brahma Ski Reviews

Start Haus

Another winner in the Flipcore Line

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Pros: Everything you like about the Bonafide, but better suited to firm snow conditions

Cons: Pretty powerful for lighter skiers

Flipcore first came onto the scene in big mountain skis, then worked its way down into the hugely popular Bonafide all mountain ski. Now the Blizzard Brahma proves the formula for a ripping firm-snow biased ski. Here's our on-the-snow review.  
Philpug

This is no Gulla-Bull, the Brahma is as versatile as it gets.

Posted

Pros: A great one ski quiver for the east

Cons: Not for the shortest of turns or the deepest of snow

Review: With the extreme popularity of the Bull/Rodeo theme, it is not surprising that Blizzard is expanding the collection for 2014. The Bull that is being reviewed here is the 88mm wide Brahma. It was Bugs Bunny who said 'Wait a cotton picking minute" to the bull in Warner Brothers classic 1952 cartoon, "Bully for Bugs", but doesn't Blizzard already have an 88mm wide ski in this series? Yes, they do, my astute readers, they have the Bushwacker, which has the SAME EXACT dimensions. So why the Brahma? Well, the Brahma adds something that the Bushwacker doesn't haveā€¦metal!. Well, doesn't the incredibly good Magnum 8.5Ti, also a flip core ski, have metal? And on paper, it sounds pretty...
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