Blizzard Hustle 10 Freeride Ski 2022 – 2023 | Review

This Blizzard ski is perfect for the sunrise to sunset tourers

Why we chose the Blizzard Hustle 10: Lightweight yet powerful, maximum fun

Lengths (cm): 156, 164, 172, 180, 188
Sidecut (mm): 132.6 / 102 / 122.5 (180 cm)
Radius: 17.5m (180 cm)
Rocker Profile: Rocker-Camber-Rocker
Weight (per ski): 1800g
Price: £600

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Blizzard has hustled hard to create a ski that can hustle just as hard as you. Want to be the first to the summit on the pow day and have some skis worth skiing on the way down? These are the skis for you. Need a touring ski that can even handle alpine bindings? Get these on your list.

The Hustle 10 is the cream of the crop for backcountry freeride skiers. Energetic, responsive, and light, you could ski these all-day and all-night. Boasting a friendly 102 underfoot, and a versatile sidecut as well, the Hustle 10 will be ready for any day no matter the conditions or the type of skiing you’re doing.

Providing the power to match the eye-catching orange, the Hustler houses Blizzard’s Trueblend Free wood core. With its blend of beech and poplar for guaranteed performance, and paulownia for a lightweight feel, the result here provides the right flex for all your backcountry needs while still being light on the way up. Earning your turns doesn’t need to be overly difficult.

The wood core creates three distinct flex zones through the ski. Starting with softer tips and tails, so turns are easy to initiate and release, things stiffen up underfoot, giving more control when you are in full charge mode. Ski with confidence thanks to the great edge grip and stability these planks offer. On top of all of the above, a carbon dynamic release technology has been built in to decrease chatter while increasing stability and control.

Who Is The Hustle 10 For?

The Hustle 10 is for the madmen who wake up well before first light to walk to the furthest peaks, ski the biggest lines and then come back long after dinner was served; only to then do it all again the next day. Capable of charging big lines with long turns, while also nimble enough to jump and turn down some sketchy couloirs, Blizzard has really set the bar high with the Hustle 10.

A well-blended mix between the Rustlers and the Zero-g 105, the Hustle can take you anywhere with full confidence both up and down. A truly brilliant ski, we would recommend it to a high-level skier looking to escape into the unknown without compromising performance on the down.

What Is The Blizzard Hustle 10 Good At?

Weight: 8/10
Versatility: 8/10
Stability: 8/10

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