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Buzz Atom V12 Black/Pink 99cms Snow Blade Ski with TYROLIA Bindings JUST ARRIVED

SRP £399.99


"\"Just arrived, the brand new 2023 Buzz Blade. Its been one of the best selling Ski Blades for several seasons, this beauty from Buzz will give you the tools to ski your best. Complete with Tyrolia PR11 release bindings. These bindings fit all skis boots from 255mm - 378mm(approx. size 3 UK Ladies-Youth boot-UK Men's size 14)

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Limited Edition V12 Black with PinkWhite graphics

Now very limited stock of the Tyrolia PR11 White/Black - MBS bindings available, (pictured), once sold out, we are shipping with Tyrolia PR11 Black/White - GW bindings.

Super Easy Binding Fitting

We present the 2023 Buzz Atom V12 99CMS Adult MINI Ski-Blade complete with either Tyrolia Full release PR11-MBS ski bindings or Tyrolia full release PR11-GW ski bindings.

A brilliant mini ski for all adult skiers of variable levels and abilities, from beginners to advanced skiers. We have used this length of ski for many years to blast all over the mountain including steep reds and even the odd black run plus snowparks and mogels. Its short turning radius of 6.2 metres and twin tip design is simply amazing.

Quick facts

  • 99cm Length.  Dimensions: Tip 115, middle, 85 and tail 104mm
  • Mid-Wide blade style - Twin Tip
  • Awesome 6.2 mt turning radius =  Easy short turns
  • Max weight 110kgs - No maximum height
  • These bindings fit all skis boots from 255mm - 378mm (approx size 3 UK Ladies/Youth boot - UK Mens size 14)
  • Binding DIN rating 3 -11.
  • Lightweight PU construction with real wood layer
  • Designed in UK, made in Europe
  • Great for many different levels of skier
  • GripWalk Compatible bindings
  • Benefits for beginners - fast progress off the nursery slopes
  • Benefits for Intermediate - ski with more skill and confidence
  • Benefits for Advanced - Ski bumps and trees with ease
  • Benefits for all levels = MORE FUN, FUN, FUN.

The Short Ski Shop's View
Quite possibly the best short ski money can buy. Top specification, top design, top performance, sold at the lowest price, you can't ask better than that!!!

But the real benefit of this ski is to the average struggling holiday skier or the nervous beginner/intermediate who feels a little left behind when the group go out to ski. There are thousands of skiers like this, who go on holiday every year and struggle, but struggle no more, as these little skis will give you every assistance to ski the best you can.

They are short and very forgiving and the short radius sidcut will more or less turn for you providing you put the ski on its edge. No jumping turns, no looking at the fall line for what seems like ages, no lifting up one ski to turn,  just nice short confidence building turns. Once confidence is gained progress is rapid.

Buzz Skis are a UK company who design there own skis in conjunction with a top European ski manufacturer with over 50 years of ski making experience (who also manufactures skis for many of the "big" boys too).


Customer Reviews (1)


I recently purchased a set of Buzz Atom 99’s from you and during our call I promised to let you know how I got on. Overall I must say I was very impressed with how the skis felt and handled. We were in freeze thaw conditions at Flaine and I made the mistake of not getting them waxed before we went. This resulted in a few backwards tumbles as the skis came to abrupt stops and then speeding off again in shady icy areas. That evening I had them waxed and problem solved. The skis are so much easier to turn and I like the fact that you don’t notice them in your peripheral vision. Crossing skis is a thing of the past too. I tend to lean back far too much, however given that there is no support behind you, I quickly learnt a neutral position was best for me. The skis handled the poor conditions very well and I’m sure a nice soft groomed slope would be perfect for them. One thing I must say though, is where the skis really came into their own was on the bumps. As per the norm, the last run of the day into the village the slopes were pretty churned up and lumpy, however skiing in these conditions was an absolute joy on these skis. I like the bumps but have never been able to master them until now. These things just flew down the slopes either planting a pole on top of the bump and going round it, or simply going over the top and sliding down the back. I was also able to clearly follow my chosen path, rather than the bumps deciding which way I go for me. All done at quiet a speed too. I used to dread seeing a churned up slope and fighting to get down it, however on these things a churned up slope was a pleasure to see and get down. I didn’t take my long skis with me, and I can’t see myself doing so for the foreseeable now. I hope this helps and thanks for all the advice you kindly gave me. All the very best Colin

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