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Blizzard Hustle 10 Skis 2024

A great ski for a 50/50 touring set-up. Good in the resort, great in soft snow and a blast in tight terrain and an awesome ski for touring.

$559.96 Orig. $799.95

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The quicker you Hustle up the mountain the quicker you can send 'er down bud.


The new Hustle 10, from Blizzard, is a more touring oriented all mountain ski that likes soft snow, is great in the backcountry and can handle some resort skiing. It's lightweight, quick edge to edge and nimble AF making it an awesome ski to rip through tight terrain and fluff. The 102mm waist width and generous rocker allow for great float in deeper snow and the turn initiation is nearly automatic without feeling loose underfoot. The major difference between the Blizzard Hustle 10 and the Rustler 10 is that the Hustle 10 does not have any titanal underfoot. The lack of metal makes the Hustle 10 feel a little more energetic and quick but it lacks some power at high speeds. That lack of power is not a drawback though since this is a ski built for softer snow, tight terrain and touring. In the resort we felt that the Hustle definitely held its own. It has good grip and is stable enough to keep you confident when the snow is less than desirable. Keep hustlin'

Who is this ski for? Skiers looking for a touring ski that doesn't feel like it sacrifices too much on the downhill. 

Who isn't this ski for? Anyone looking for a resort ski. Anyone who prioritizes downhill performance over saving weight in their downhill setup. 

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Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 17.5m @ 180
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ Beech, Poplar, Paulownia
  • Designed By/ Blizzard
  • Weight/ 1800g @ 180
  • Dimensions/ 133 - 102 - 122.5 @ 180
  • Added Materials/ Carbon
  • Built By/ Blizzard

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A touring-oriented ski that likes soft snow, is great off-piste, and can handle some resort laps. It's light, nimble, and predictable making it an awesome ski to rip through tight terrain. The 102mm waist and generous rocker allow for good float in deeper snow.

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