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The new Quattro 6.9 W Ti from Blizzard Skis is a women's specific piste machine and our test team gave it a spin during our on snow week in Austria.
blizzard quattro 6 9 w ti
Advanced, Expert
Best for
Advanced skiers looking to carve up the groomed slopes in style
Low speed
Edge hold
High speed
Overall Score

The new Quattro range from Blizzard deals with all you might need for the frontside of the mountain, from pure piste to all mountain versatility. The 6.9 W Ti is a women's ski very much focused towards piste performance and is the narrowest is the collection at 69mm under the boot.

For expert skiers, it packs a punch if you're into short, snappy and lively slalom style turns, bordering on the feel of a race ski. But our team enjoyed them when opened up to higher speeds too - with marks for edge hold out-stripping many others in this category.

You'd want to be a technically competent skier to really get the most of them though, they are not built for cruising around, you can feel them revving up and eager to zoom off at the slightest chance. Despite this, they are forgiving enough to handle slower turns - but they really only perform when you know what you're doing.

The sandwich wood construction with titanium layer is what makes them tick under the bonnet and the price reflects this build quality - if you're a recreational skier looking to improve your carving turns then you might be better off with something less aggressive. But, for someone who likes nothing more than producing technical turns on piste all day long without the strain of a race ski, then they would make an ideal additional to any ski rack.

Instructors who prefer the piste and don't need a full on race ski would also enjoy them.

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