Blizzard Titan Argos IQ

Blizzard Titan Argos IQ
Category: All mountain
Level: Advanced
Brand: Blizzard
Modelyear: 2009
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 132/101/118 mm Turning radius: 29.00 m (187 cm)
Sizes: 173,180,187 cm
Manufacturers description
The titan Argos plunders powder like an ancient hero giving epic, breathtaking rides. And true to Blizzard´s racing roots, its hardpack edge hold is awesome and reliable like a sword.The unique IQ Freeski Sandwich Sidewall construction arms this ski for utterly unflappable performance in whatever the mountain throws at it.

(Official information from Blizzard)


What do you think about Blizzard Titan Argos IQ?
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Randy Robinson
Randy Robinson (Guest)
22/12/2018
Strenghts:
This ski turns extremely well on hard pack as well as powder..

Weaknesses:
A bit on the heavy side, but that's probably why it cuts through the crud.

Summary:
I absolutely love this ski, looking for something similar to replace them with, shopping for new boards now.

Model year: 2008
Riding style: Piste, powder, and touring
Length on the ski: 180 cm
Riders weight: 127 kg
Riders length: 180 cm

AndersMerenius
05/02/2009
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Strenghts:
Stable and speed-stable, soft and gentle and easy to get on edge, giving it a little pressure, it responds with good pressure in the turns. Nevertheless, speed stability is incredibly good. Smart integrated bonding system. Tested with Duke binding.

Weaknesses:
Duke the tie that broke under the toe when I crashed.

Summary:
Same as last year.
Have previously given little brother Titan Argos IQ top review but Titan Cronus IQ is a snap better, especially for me who drive the most outside and only in a pist when it's a full-body outside. I also compare with my (f.c.) Mantra and probably acknowledge that Cronus is snap better, probably because this is a more modern design and other technology with attachment of the tie that makes the skid soft and compliant, yet fast-paced and cruel ice grip. (degraded to 4th due to the tie, the ski was great good)

Riding style: Powder, allmoutyain
Length on the ski: 180 cm
Riders weight: 79 kg
Riders length: 179 cm

AndersMerenius
23/06/2008
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Strenghts:
Stable and speed stable, feels soft and gentle and easy to get rid of, giving it a little pressure, it responds with good pressure in the turns. Nevertheless, speed stability is incredibly good. Smart integrated binding system, available with Duke binding.

Weaknesses:
Nobody in addition to the price, but on the other hand, one has to pay for a skiing of this caliber and with Duke it is still quite favorable.

Summary:
Have previously given little brother Titan Argos IQ top review but Titan Cronus IQ is a snap better, especially for me who drive the most outside and only in a pist when it's a full-body outside. I also compare with my (f.c.) Mantra and probably acknowledge that Cronus is snap better, probably because this is a more modern design and other technology with attachment of the tie that makes the skid soft and compliant, yet fast-paced and cruel ice grip.

Model year: 2008
Riding style: Powder allmountain
Length on the ski: 180 cm
Riders weight: 78 kg
Riders length: 179 cm