Last winter’s Editors’ Pick, the Blizzard Rustler 10 returns this year with a new graphic and a more affordable price tag – what’s not to like about that?!
Strong-intermediate to expert skiers looking for a progressive freeride ski with power and stability in a lightweight package will do really well aboard this weapon of freeride fun.
Blizzard’s Dynamic Release Technology is the key driver behind the impressive performance – a specially shaped layer of titanal that reduces torsional rigidity in the tip and tail, so when you get into the soft stuff it floats and smears through the fluffiest of pow.
“A really playful, light, stable yet dynamic ski that does all of the above at the same time,” said Lee. “Energetic and poppy when you are flying through the trees, but stable when you need to rip down something steep.”
And when you’re back in resort at the end of the day, the Rustler 10 handles those groomers with ease, giving it that real ‘all-mountain-slash-freeride flair’ we totes dig. Also in 94 (Rustler 9) and 116 (Rustler 11).
A progressive freeride ski with power and stability
- Blizzard Rustler 10
- 164, 172, 180, 188
- 17.5m @ 180
- 133-102-122.5 @ 180
- Weight per ski:
- 2020g @ 180