15.0 /20
Summary
Publisher NeveItalia
Review 2019 skis
Publisher's category Frontside
Brand Blizzard
Model Quattro RS
Score 15.0 / 20

Testers' Ratings

Blizzard's all-round performance offer is the Quattro RS, a lightweight, easy-to-handle ski.

Great in all turns and slopes and easy middle slopes, Riccardo Giacomel reported, while Walter Nus found it excellent at low speed in medium and tight turns. Isabel Anghilante added that it’s an easy ski even for the women, “despite the fact that the length reviewed was long for me.” The full-suspension IQ system and new C-Spine technology make this ski very effective and smooth, but for Laura Jardi, the shape makes it more challenging in turn entry, with little impetus in the response. Andrea Odinote and Stefano Berligheri also found it heavy skiing for the category proposed. Blizzard’s Quattro RS doesn't entirely reflect what the brand announced but we can recommend it for anyone who wants to improve their technique and get a more race-oriented ski.

Behavior

Matches the profile
3 / 5
Stability
4 / 5
Edge grip
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Control
4 / 5
Tighter turns
3 / 5
Medium turns
3 / 5
Long-radius turns
3 / 5
Manoeuvrability
3 / 5
Impetus
3 / 5

Blizzard

Manufacturer's remarks

Blizzard’s Quattro RS takes high performance to an entirely new level. This ski is an absolute precision machine for high-octane piste shredding. Thanks to Blizzard’s full-suspension IQ system and its new C-Spine technology, this ski is smooth and damp with unbeatable edge grip and outstanding rebound. It would be hard to cram any more technology and performance into one ski.