2021 Blossom Tail Wind

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The Tail Wind is the narrowest offering in Blossom's Turbo collection, but its construction has more in common with the narrower Numero Uno models than the White Out and Cross Wind. The Tail Wind isn’t just a White Out with a 3mm slimmer waist; it is stronger due to its construction, which is like a race ski. The Tail Wind is a great option for those who think the White Out is a bit pedestrian and are looking for a more powerful ski that has a quick turn-in but still has a playful side.

Insider tip: Use the money you save on the price of the ski to invest in a better binding.​
 
Who is it for?
Value seekers, those looking for a premium performance carver at a near-regular ski price.
Who is it not for?
Name droppers: unless someone is in the know, they have no idea who or what Blossom is.
Skier ability
Advanced, Expert
Ski category
Frontside, All Mountain
Ski attributes
Groomers, Moguls
Segment
Men, Women

Specifications

HighFives
Available sizes
154, 164, 172, 180
Dimensions
123-74-103
Rocker profile
Full camber
Construction design
New graphics only
Binding options
Flat, System
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Superbman

Getting on the lift
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Did you get substantial time on this ski?? Love to hear how it performed in different terrain.
 

Philpug

Notorious P.U.G.
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Did you get substantial time on this ski?? Love to hear how it performed in different terrain.
Unfortunately we didn't but we did on the narrower N*1 RC which has the same construction. Knowing how the RC performs, we are pretty confident that under the feet of a fairly accomplished skier, I think the Tail Wind will perform up to all expectations.
 
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