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Blizzard Sigma SXP

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This ski looks interesting to me as a potential shorty carver, but there is the problem of how does one find one here in the states. If anyone has any info about the ski itself or how to get my hands on one I would be greatly appreciative.
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Blizzard is nearly impossible to find here in the States. There is an email for Dalbello, the US distributor in NH listed on the Blizzard site. You might try there. I know years ago, Garts in Denver used to get a few Blizzards, but I don't think they carry them anymore.

I'd like to get my hands on some as well.
post #4 of 6
Haven't skied that ski in particular, but I was impressed with the other skis in the Blizzard line in terms of bang-for-your-buck.

I know of a couple outlets in Alaska that deal Blizzard, so I wouldn't be suprised if there are more outlets than you think. If they deal Dalbello boots, they can probably get Blizzard skis. Now that Dalbello (another great price/quality company) and Blizzard have hooked up, I expect that you'll see more Blizzards out on the slopes and in ski stores.

I think UP Racer had a coupon for a pair of Blizzard skis for sale for $450, and he might know of some outlets as well.
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I don't know how much this will help but Ski Company, a ski shop located in Syracuse and Rochester New York, carries the Blizzard line. You can find them on the web at www.skicompany.com. That's where I get mine.

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Just to make sure, but Blizzard skis do accept any binding, right? I'm not 100% sure so I thought I'd ask. I have a pair of Marker 1200 pistons that need a home on slalom skis and I was hoping to put them on some SXPs. Thanks for any help.
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