Blizzard Viva 7.6 IQ Women's in a 149 with the system bindings in fantastic shape. Used maybe 10-15 times by a 100% on-piste skier so never needed any base/edge repairs. I bought my wife longer skis this year so she did not ski these this season. Help me clean out the garage...$250 + shipping.
I don't think this ski has changed much so current reviews are probably accurate. This from Ski Magazine at the time:
...the new Viva 7.6 has sturdy sidewalls and Blizzard's IQ binding interface. But instead of a full-wood core, it has foam reinforced with wood. The result is a ski with incredible quickness and integrity that's also lightweight and effortless to turn. What did testers think? They ranked it near the top in every criterion. "Best ski in the category," said Sheinberg. "It will make a solid skier out of even the most timid customers."
The Viva is extraordinary. With top scores in every criterion, Blizzard sweeps the Cruiser category this year. This ski zings with personality without ever being overbearing. It’s extremely easy to ski, but holds a line so unfailingly that you can’t help but go a little faster, a little deeper, a little steeper. And while it will energetically do your bidding—carve trenches or ease through bumps—on one account it won’t budge: This ski will make you have fun. Period. “You will ski well on these,” said Lewis.
Blizzard Viva 7.6 IQ Skis feature a lightweight core and a forward standing position, along with a 76 mm waist for versatility in soft snow and hardpack. The Blizzarde IQ system, Sidewall construction and Powerframe technology offer a high level of performance - and fun - regardless of conditions. The Blizzard Viva 7.6 IQ Ski is the little black dress of skis.