Lengths (cm): 164, 172, 180 & 188
Sidecut (mm): 133 / 102 / 122 (180cm)
Radius: 17.5m (180cm)
Rocker Profile: Rocker-Camber-Rocker
Camber Underfoot: 3mm
Weight (per ski): 1800g (180cm)
Why we chose the Blizzard Rustler 10: Hard charging playful goodness.
Look at the podiums of many of the Freeride World Tour events of 2019 and you’ll frequently see a pair of Blizzard planks being thrusted into the air. The brand has become synonymous with the skiers who are able to charge their way to the top rankings of the FWT.
To help get skiers onto the podium of the Freeride World Tour, you have to make some of the finest freeride skis in the game. And with an athlete roster that includes the likes of Leo Slemett and Eva Walkner, it’s no wonder they’re so frequently seen claiming the top spots.
“You’ll frequently see a pair of Blizzard planks being thrusted into the air”
This, the Blizzard Rustler 10 includes many of the features found on the skis ridden by these athletes and brings it down into a narrower, 102 mm, more all-mountain focused package.
In doing so, Blizzard has created an exceptionally smooth ride and a ski that can take on a wide range of conditions thanks to its rocker-camber-rocker profile.
First thing to note about the Rustler 10 is the use of the now classic Flipcore technology that has long been featured on Blizzard skis. Carbon Flipcore DRT has been used on the Rustler 10, which incorporates a piece of Titanal stretching almost the full length of the ski – before softening at the tip and tail.