The Zealot fits in the slot between freeride and all-mountain, and is wider and with slight rockered tip for this year. Testers found it great on the steeps where its ability to charge a line was great, yet it was also suprisingly useful on piste for such a wide ski; it would also make a great touring ski for those wanting to access some of the less gentle backcountry terrain. Overall, the Zealot is one of the most versatile freeride skis out there.
Price: £549 (Without Bindings)
Width Under Foot: 110mm@182
Turn Radius: 30m@182
Julia from Black Diamond shows us some of the ski range for 2010
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