The Blizzard Viva X7 Ti is designed for the intermediate to advanced skier looking for stability, quick turns, and edge hold on the frontside on the mountain. Blizzard's IQ Binding System connects the binding to the ski with a single screw and a rail system to allow the X7 Ti to have an uninterrupted flex, consistent edge contact, and faster power transmission. The Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile allows you to manipulate the ski into any turn shape you like very easily. A Vertical Sidewall Construction delivers an uncompromised grip on the snow, no matter how firm the conditions are, and it will increase the torsional strength and responsiveness at higher speeds. The Viva X7 Ti brings the rocker profile, flex of the ski, and sidecut together to fine tune the performance of the ski to that particular skiers skill set. Blizzard's Dura-Tec Technology increases the durability of the X7 Ti by having aluminum tip protectors, top sheets that are 20% thicker, and tail protectors that will keep your brand new skis looking their best, even after a few seasons of heavy use. If you are looking for a carving ski that will deliver stability and control the Blizzard Viva X7 will make a great ski for you.
Hi, I'm Jessica and I just got off the Blizzard Viva X7 Ti. This ski is going to be a good ski for the intermediate to advanced-intermediate skier. It performs really well once you get it up to speed. For me, it was only a 3 out of 5. I'm more of an intermediate, I like slower speeds and it gets a little squirrely at slower speeds. It really likes it when it's going a little bit faster. So, again Blizzard Viva X7 Ti - 3 out of 5 for me.
Hi, I'm Julie. I just got off the Blizzard Viva X7 Ti. I give this ski a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. I thought it was a good ski for an intermediate level skiing that really looking to progress their skiing skills. It's a very interesting ski. If you ski with a very neutral stance or sit back too far, if you have some technique issues as far as really turning your shoulders to make the turn as oppose to getting over the front end of the ski and driving the turn, it's almost like it skids on the brakes for you to really help create a forgiving nice, consistent turn. It does have some guts to it though so if you really get to that next level where you're going to start carving turns and can really lay this ski over; pressure it from the tip of the ski, it skis really nicely then too. Again, 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Annie and I just rode the Blizzard Viva X7 Ti. It has a little bit of a metal core - there is another Viva. I give this a 4 out of 5. It was a nice, stable intermediate ski. Turns well. Fast turns, slow and it handled quite well. Very stable, quick response. Again, I give it a 4 out of 5.