• BLIZZARD

    Rustler 10

    $780.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The new Rustler 10 with Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. is the ski of choice for those looking to have fun while pushing themselves to ski better and explore all corners of the hill in any snow conditions. This construction allows the ski to be playful, forgiving and versatile, letting today’s freeride skier play with the terrain and snow any way they want. Free to Fun.

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    133-102-122.5 @ 180cm

    Lengths

    164, 172, 180, 188cm

    Radius

    17.5m @ 180cm

    Features

    Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. ‰Û¢ Rocker- Camber-Rocker ‰Û¢ Light Core ‰Û¢ Pauwlonia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Woodcore ‰Û¢ Full Sidewall

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • BLIZZARD

    Rustler 10

    $780.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Thanks to Big Sky’s vast and variable terrain, I skied the Blizzard Rustler 10 on groomers, moguls, hardpack chutes, classic Big Sky chalk, and classic Big Sky rocks.

    When I tell people I have skied on 75 pairs of different skis this year, the obvious response is, “What was your favorite?” Without question, I decided the Blizzard Rustler series to be the leader of the pack.

    Having never skied any Blizzard ski in the past, I had no expectations or preconceptions of the brand before taking out the Rustler 10. What I found was my dream ski. A thinner sheet of titanium alloy (titanal) lays edge-to-edge underfoot, tapering out between the binding and tips. Like most skis with metal, the Rustler 10 is torsionally rigid on edge and stable at 60 mph though chopped snow. But the tapered shape and thickness of the titanal is what sets this ski apart, making it more playful, somewhat forgiving, and just plain fun.

    I love to charge and faster than you but I still need a playful ski to keep a smile on my face. This is why the Rustler 10 has my dream flex pattern; stiff enough to pass my speed test (center punch a mogul field), but soft enough to pop an ollie.

    Aside from flex, the 17.5-meter turning radius lets me dart around between tight trees, and still channel my racing background on the groomers. I had no problem letting these Blizzard skis slash to burn speed, and they stayed strong at high speed carves. —Spencer Harkins

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    133-102-122.5

    Lengths

    164, 172, 180, 188

    Radius

    17.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Aggressive Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • BLIZZARD

    Rustler 11

    $840.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Blizzard skiers the world over from Freeride World Tour Champion Leo Slemett to everyday fun seekers, are now reaching for the all-new Rustler as their go to ski of choice. Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. construction gives them something that is hard to find these days – a playful and forgiving ski that still allows them to shred with confidence and power. Free to Fun.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    139-112-129 @ 180cm

    Lengths

    164, 172, 180, 188, 192cm

    Radius

    19m @ 180cm

    Features

    Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. ‰Û¢ Rocker- Camber-Rocker ‰Û¢ Light Core ‰Û¢ Pauwlonia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Woodcore ‰Û¢ Full Sidewall

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • BLIZZARD

    Rustler 11

    $840.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    On the third morning of Powder Week, also known as ASSFART Day (All Ski Something Fast Awesome Rad Together), I was shaking Ullr Schnapps fever dreams when I walked into the tent and over to Blizzard’s ski rack and saw the Blizzard Rustler 11. I looked at my legs, which had seen two bell-to-bell days of skiing, and asked myself, “Am I ready for this?”

    Blizzard has a reputation for making skis that take strength and commitment to ride properly. But a half hour later, I was confidently skiing the rocky and exposed Dictator Chutes. Hungover and grinning, I was beyond pleased to be on these skis. The Rustler 11 is pure confidence wrapped in a solid yet nimble package. The amount of rocker in the ski makes them bridge the gap between pinned carve turns and “give it a second then smear the tail” slarves. Blizzard’s Dynamic Release Technology reduces the side-to-side stiffness in the tip and tail of the ski, taking the bite out of the initiation and exit of the turn. It also reduces leg fatigue.

    Equally intriguing and unique is how many different types of wood actually went into the core of this ski (paulownia, balsa, poplar, and beech). You would think this ‘throw everything at the wall’ approach would be a disaster. It is actually pretty epic. The combination makes the ski feel balanced.

    The only criticism I can offer is that the rocker-camber-rocker profile makes you choose definitively to carve or slarve your turns and almost requires you to keep skiing that way until you consciously decide on a rhythm change. This is because the hinge point at the tip feels very close to where the turn initiation push takes place. If you like to charge in soft snow and you like to feel a symbiotic connection to the ski, please consider this ski for a daily driver. —Wally Phillips

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    139-112-129

    Lengths

    164, 172, 180, 188, 192

    Radius

    19

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • BLIZZARD

    Rustler 11

    $840.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    On the third morning of Powder Week, also known as ASSFART Day (All Ski Something Fast Awesome Rad Together), I was shaking Ullr Schnapps fever dreams when I walked into the tent and over to Blizzard’s ski rack and saw the Blizzard Rustler 11. I looked at my legs, which had seen two bell-to-bell days of skiing, and asked myself, “Am I ready for this?”

    Blizzard has a reputation for making skis that take strength and commitment to ride properly. But a half hour later, I was confidently skiing the rocky and exposed Dictator Chutes. Hungover and grinning, I was beyond pleased to be on these skis. The Rustler 11 is pure confidence wrapped in a solid yet nimble package. The amount of rocker in the ski makes them bridge the gap between pinned carve turns and “give it a second then smear the tail” slarves. Blizzard’s Dynamic Release Technology reduces the side-to-side stiffness in the tip and tail of the ski, taking the bite out of the initiation and exit of the turn. It also reduces leg fatigue.

    Equally intriguing and unique is how many different types of wood actually went into the core of this ski (paulownia, balsa, poplar, and beech). You would think this ‘throw everything at the wall’ approach would be a disaster. It is actually pretty epic. The combination makes the ski feel balanced.

    The only criticism I can offer is that the rocker-camber-rocker profile makes you choose definitively to carve or slarve your turns and almost requires you to keep skiing that way until you consciously decide on a rhythm change. This is because the hinge point at the tip feels very close to where the turn initiation push takes place. If you like to charge in soft snow and you like to feel a symbiotic connection to the ski, please consider this ski for a daily driver. —Wally Phillips

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    139-112-129

    Lengths

    164, 172, 180, 188, 192

    Radius

    19

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Aggressive Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • BLIZZARD

    Sheeva 10

    $720.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The all-new Sheeva 10 is fun and forgiving, while offering up stability and versatility. From pow to packed pow and anything in between, this ski will make any turn shape at any speed in any terrain effortlessly. Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. and W.S.D. – Women’s Specific Design – construction combine to deliver a confidence inspiring, elevated skiing experience. Who wants to work hard when you can play harder? Free to Fly.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    131.5-102-121.5 @ 164cm

    Lengths

    156, 164, 172cm

    Radius

    14.5m @ 164cm

    Gender

    Women’s

    Features

    Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. with W.S.D. ‰Û¢ Rocker-Camber-Rocker ‰Û¢ Light Core ‰Û¢ Pauwlonia-Balsa-Poplar- Beech Woodcore ‰Û¢ Full Sidewall

    Guide-year

    2018

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    Sheeva 10

    $720.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Blizzard Sheeva 10 returns stronger and lighter this winter. It’s lightweight and nimble, and carves like a dream, but this is no sissy ski.

    Added carbon gave this Blizzard model good rebound on the variable terrain found at Big Sky, while lighter materials in the multi-wood core—paulownia, balsa, poplar, and beech—shaved weight without sacrificing strength.

    Refreshingly available in a 180 centimeter (a length that’s hard to find in women-specific skis), the Sheeva 10 held steady on groomers, cut the crud in the bumps, and allowed me to check my speed without fear of washing out, though I did experience some skidding when throwing my skis sideways at high speeds.

    The Sheeva 10 carves like you’d expect from a Blizzard ski but aren’t too stiff or as aggressive as some of the others boards in their fleet. If you typically gravitate toward men’s skis because you want something bigger and more serious, but still playful and maneuverable, the Sheeva 10 is your ski. —Sierra Davis

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    131.5-102-121.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Every Day Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

    Lengths

    156, 164, 172cm

    Radius

    14.5m

  • BLIZZARD

    Sheeva 10

    $720.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Blizzard Sheeva 10 returns stronger and lighter this winter. It’s lightweight and nimble, and carves like a dream, but this is no sissy ski.

    Added carbon gave this Blizzard model good rebound on the variable terrain found at Big Sky, while lighter materials in the multi-wood core—paulownia, balsa, poplar, and beech—shaved weight without sacrificing strength.

    Refreshingly available in a 180 centimeter (a length that’s hard to find in women-specific skis), the Sheeva 10 held steady on groomers, cut the crud in the bumps, and allowed me to check my speed without fear of washing out, though I did experience some skidding when throwing my skis sideways at high speeds.

    The Sheeva 10 carves like you’d expect from a Blizzard ski but aren’t too stiff or as aggressive as some of the others boards in their fleet. If you typically gravitate toward men’s skis because you want something bigger and more serious, but still playful and maneuverable, the Sheeva 10 is your ski. —Sierra Davis

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    131.5-102-121.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis for Women

    Product-type

    skis

    Lengths

    156, 164, 172cm

    Radius

    14.5m

  • BLIZZARD

    Sheeva 11

    $840.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Light and playful, yet stable and confidence inspiring, the all-new Sheeva 11 with Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. tech- nology, women’s specific construction, and a new progressive shape and rocker profile, is the answer for lady shredders of all types seeking the ultimate powder ski. Ski better and have more fun while seeking out those special, pristine untracked stashes on the mountain. Free to Fly.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    139-112-129 @ 172cm

    Lengths

    156, 164, 172, 180cm

    Radius

    17.5m @ 172cm

    Gender

    Women’s

    Features

    Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. with W.S.D. ‰Û¢ Rocker-Camber-Rocker ‰Û¢ Light Core ‰Û¢ Pauwlonia-Balsa-Poplar- Beech Woodcore ‰Û¢ Full Sidewall

    Guide-year

    2018

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    Brand Catalog

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    Spur

    $1,200.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    “We approached the Spur design using inspiration from sur oad shapes because true powder is in many ways, similar to water. So much of what you see is based on Hydro- Dynamics.” Michele Botteon, International Product Manager. Blizzard has committed to an on-going project that will allow our engineers, in conjunction with athlete and ambassador in-put and testing, to push the boundaries of ski design to develop the ultimate powder ski. Free to Float.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    BLIZZARD

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    144-124-133 @ 192cm

    Lengths

    192cm

    Radius

    26/30m @ 192

    Features

    Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. ‰Û¢ Rocker-Flat-Rocker ‰Û¢ Light Core ‰Û¢ Pauwlonia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Woodcore ‰Û¢ Full Sidewall

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog