Blossom FIS GS


FIS-compliant World Cup GS ski for the most-demanding racers


During the late season and summer, stock is limited and subject to availability. To place an order, you can either call us at 888-725-4150, send us an email, or use our contact form by clicking here.


When you're a racer needing to lose those last few hundredths of seconds, having the right equipment can make the difference, and the Blossom FIS GS ski should be your choice.

Hand-built by master craftsmen in their factory in Italy, the FIS GS meets all FIS requirements (in appropriate mandated lengths 188 cm and 193 cm). With its World Cup wood-core sandwich construction and superior materials, this ski offers the grip, stability and speed racers demand.

Like all Blossoms, the ski is built with premium materials featuring:

  • Full-length wood-core, sandwich construction
  • Fiberglass layers
  • 2 Titanal layers
  • Phenol sidewalls
  • High-quality racing base

The ski is available for Masters and other racers the following lengths: 175 cm, 181 cm and 186 cm as well as the standard lengths required by FIS regulations: 188 cm (FIS), 193 cm (FIS)

With this ski, you'll be ready to get on the podium!

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For maximum performance, you need a race-ready binding that offers the ultimate in retention and control. Blossom offers a color-matched VIST WC Revolution Plate | V816 Binding that will optimize the performance of your FIS GS, particularly on the course and very hard snow conditions.

Other VIST binding systems are compatible with this ski include the VIST Speedlock Intra Plate | V614 Binding and the VIST Speedlock Pro Light | V614 Binding.


Obviously, this ski is designed for handling the exceptionally difficult conditions found on the World Cup. As such, it is a great choice for ski racers across the board. The ski is fast, has tremendous power and grip, and will go as fast as you can handle.

In its shorter lengths, it would also be a great choice for Masters racers and expert skiers (and we do mean expert) who love to make long-radius turns on the hardest of snow conditions.