People had been asking about a ski with slightly better variable snow performance than the Black Pearl 78. People had been asking about a ski with slightly better hard snow performance than the Black Pearl 88. Voilà, the Black Pearl 82 is here to save the day. The "82" has the same great blend of maneuverability and precision as the other skis in the series, but now there's one more width to choose from.
The Blizzard Brahma 88 Skis are the same Brahmas you know and love, just updated with a clean new topsheet. This ski is hard to beat for an all-mountain ride that rails like a race ski and still handles chop and variable snow with ease. In some cases, traditions are traditions for a reason, and this is one of them. Stout Poplar-Beech cores, two sheets of Titanal alloy, and Blizzard's famous Carbon Flipcore construction add up to a ski expert level freeriders have come to trust.
Women worldwide and Captain Jack Sparrow love the Black Pearl, and for good reason. The Blizzard Black Pearl 88 Skis come about with ease, hold an even keel under load, and . . . well you get it. This ski is superb at carving precise arcs on the groomed while still offering enough float for those surprise overnight storm sessions and are delightfully easy to maneuver for a ski with this performance potential. Join thousands of satisfied customers and take command of the Black Pearl 88 this season; you won't regret it.
With the grip and precision of a giant slalom ski, but more versatility come a bit of fresh snow or variable conditions, the Blizzard Brahma Skis are one of the best all-mountain tools in the industry. Tenacious edge hold and stability at all speeds is a trademark of Blizzard skis, and the Brahma shows both qualities in spades. One of our favorite advanced-to-expert level choices for skiers who spend most of their time on groomed slopes but who aren't afraid to dice up the pow when a storm hits.