The Zero G 95 was the ski of choice for ski mountaineers Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison to conquer their epic, first descent on the world’s highest, biggest line—the Lhotse Couloir on the 27,940-foot-peak, in Nepal’s Himalayas. The Zero G 95 gave them the performance they needed to get down safely—not to mention the high-altitude pow turns they scored! Your backcountry adventure may be closer to home, but you can still reap the benefits of Austrian engineering that delivers the best downhill performance for the weight. Carbon Drive 3.0 paired with an ultra-light paulownia woodcore ensure efficiency on the skin track, while maintaining strength, a solid edge grip and a stable ride for the descent.
|Best Use||Alpine Touring||Tip/Waist/Tail (mm)||127/95/111||Tail Shape||Flared|
|Rocker Profile||Rocker/Camber/Rocker||Skill Level||Advanced||Turn Radius (m)||22m @171cm|
|Construction||Sandwich Compound Sidewall (Carbon)||Core||Carbon Drive Technology 3.0||Manufacturer's Flex Rating||8/10|
Optional: Marker Kingpin 13 (23002110)
*Bindings are not installed, if chosen
The innovative Kingpin redefines the performance standard for Alpine touring bindings. The Kingpin’s unique toe and heel pieces are the culmination of years of R&D testing. Ease of use and best of all, great power transmission while on the descent mean that you can have a perfect day in the backcountry on the Kingpin. The latest version now includes a two spring toe based on the Alpinist technology. This safes 80g per toe without losing performance! The Kingpin offers tremendous walking and step-in comfort, wide drill pattern and XXL Power Transmitter for impressive power transfer. Including climbing aids from 0° to 13°.
|Best Use||Alpine Touring||DIN Range||6-13||Recommended Weight Range||<120kg|
|Colour||Black/Red||Toe System||ISI Toe||Heel System||KINGPIN heel|
|Brake Width(mm)||75-100mm||Other Features||Climbing Aids Kingpin, Carbon Reinforced Pin Toe & Anti Ice Pads|