Blizzard Kabookie

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Kabookie Ski might be the most versatile in Blizzard's lightweight lineup, making it perfect for the backcountry and groomers alike. A rockered tip and tail give this mid-fat ski plenty of flotation in pow and crud, while the strong Flipcore 3D wood core keeps it stable down speedy descents. Comprised of poplar, bamboo, and ISO-wood, the Kabookie's core keeps the weight down and still provides a snappy response while turning. Despite its mid-fat 98-millimeter waist, the Kabookie has a surprising turn radius thanks to the classic camber underfoot and sandwich sidewall construction for powerful edging. So feel free to take the Kabookie anywhere on the mountain, because it'll handle it all.


The Kabookie Backcountry skis are made for days when the only way up is one ski in front of the other, with the reward being a fun ride down as you float through untracked powder.


CLOSEOUTS . Open the throttle and push the envelope in Blizzardand#39;s Kabookie alpine skis. Built for the aggressive alpinist who seeks out snow beyond the lifts, itand#39;s Bamboo Iso-core keeps the weight down, and 98mm underfoot means plenty of float in the soft stuff. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

Blizzard Kabookie

previously retailed for:
$389.93 - $599.95

The Blizzard Kabookie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at

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