The Blizzard Viva X7 is a great ski for the beginner to intermediate lady who is looking for solid edge hold combined with forgiveness on the groomed trails. Blizzard's IQ Binding System allows the ski to bend and flex naturally by having a single connection point at the center of the binding platform. When the ski is engaged into a turn there is no dead spot underfoot, and you will have full edge contact on the snow. Rocker in the tips and tails with camber underfoot makes the X7 extremely easy to maneuver in short to medium radius turn shapes. A Wood and Composite Core is stable enough for the speeds that intermediate skiers will push it at, but be forgiving enough for the true beginner to improve their technique with confidence. Blizzard's 3 Matrix Technology uses a synergy between the sidecut, camber profile, and flex to deliver a perfectly matched performance for that skier's skill level. Vertical Sidewalls will provide you with a firm grip on icy groomers and increase the amount of control you have. If you want a ski that will give you the ability to grow as a skier, while not sacrificing any performance once you improve, the Viva X7 from Blizzard will make quite the party for you on the slopes!
Hi, I'm Annie and I just got off the Blizzard Viva X7. I give this a 5 out of 5. It has a great price-point. It's an excellent beginner ski. Super responsive. Easy to initiate tight turns, stay in control. It is a really great ski for I beginner and I think it'll keep you interested well into an intermediate skier. Again, I give it a 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Jessica and I just got off of the Blizzard Viva X7. I rate this ski a 4 out of 5. It's great for a beginner to intermediate level skier. It's going to hold a really good edge. It's a little bit heavier than what I like to ski on but it at faster speeds held a really good edge so if you're looking to advance from a beginner to intermediate level skier, this would be a great ski for you. Again, 4 out of 5 ski for the Blizzard X7.
Hi, I'm Julie. I just got off the Blizzard Viva X7. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 star rating. I thought it had a lot of really nice features for a beginner to intermediate level ski. It's a ski that's really not super punishing as a beginner skier but really allows you a lot longevity to advance to at minimum an intermediate level skier if not really bordering on advanced. It makes nice short and long radius turns. Ski's really well from both neutral or a little bit back of a body position all the way up to really pressing those tips over and making a more aggressive turn shape. So, all in all, just a really good quality all around ski for that beginner looking to improve.