Blossom Skis--$100 Off

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Still looking for that perfect one-ski quiver? The Blossom White Out is the answer! The hand-built White Out delivers smooth performance, fantastic grip and a versatility that will let you ski anywhere on the mountain in all conditions!

Like all Blossoms, the ski is built with premium materials featuring:
  • Full-length wood-core, sandwich construction
  • Fiberglass layers
  • Titanal
  • ABS radical sidewall
  • High-quality racing base
The ski is available the following lengths: 158 cm, 164 cm, 170 cm, 176 and 182 cm.

With this ski, you'll be ready for any skiing adventure!

Purchase Blossom White Out
Use the Discount Code PUGSKIHOLIDAY for an Extra $100 Off!

 
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puptwin

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I've been thinking about the White Out or Cross Wind but am a little hung up on the bindings. I like getting everything set up as a package and the uniqueness of the Vist plates but wonder about availability of parts if needed. Should this be a concern?
 

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I’m thinking about the White Out. Your thoughts on the Vist binding @Philpug? Or maybe I should get a binding I can purchase at a ski shop?
 

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I've been thinking about the White Out or Cross Wind but am a little hung up on the bindings. I like getting everything set up as a package and the uniqueness of the Vist plates but wonder about availability of parts if needed. Should this be a concern?
Not a concern. Worse..worse worst case...you pull the plate off and install another binding..3-5 years down the road.
 

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Just ordered a pair of the White Outs!
 

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I have Vist plates and bindings on my Vist skis. No problems to report here! Congratulations to all the new Blossom owners.
 

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Numero Uno RC in the house with Vists for Gripwalk! Ready for snow next Wednesday. Thanks @Blossom Skis The build quality on these is exceptional with a real cool matte Carbon top sheet and I like the tip protectors too. A very interesting flex pattern. the first several inches is pretty soft (but not flimsy) and then it build stiffness progressively down the shovel. Underfoot, is a solid 10 and then behind the heel, 7-8, and tail 6-7. Torsionally stiff though. I like this kind of flex pattern which should make for a very lively, poppy, energetic ski.
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Numero Uno RC in the house with Vists for Gripwalk! Ready for snow next Wednesday. Thanks @Blossom Skis The build quality on these is exceptional with a real cool matte Carbon top sheet and I like the tip protectors too. A very interesting flex pattern. the first several inches is pretty soft (but not flimsy) and then it build stiffness progressively down the shovel. Underfoot, is a solid 10 and then behind the heel, 7-8, and tail 6-7. Torsionally stiff though. I like this kind of flex pattern which should make for a very lively, poppy, energetic ski.
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Are those Vist Speedcom plates and VSP412 bindings?Those skis look CARVY!
 
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