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Blizzard Hustle 11 Skis 2024

Great float, easy turn initiation and a ski that feels stable relative to some other 50/50 (resort/touring) options. At 112MM underfoot and with a generous rocker profile, the Hustle 11 will keep you searching for fresh snow. Because of that wide waist and lightweight construction, this ski can handle slashing through deep snow and shredding through tighter terrain with ease.

$552.47 Orig. $849.95

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A ski that loves powder and doesn’t care if you’re in the resort or out touring.


The Blizzard Hustle 11 is a brand new ski for this season and the widest, most soft snow oriented of the Hustle series. The Hustle skis are built using the same mold as the Blizzard Rustler but the Hustle skis don't have titanal underfoot. That lack of metal keeps the ski light, makes them more nimble, and great as a touring option. The Hustle 11 is 112mm underfoot making it great for soft snow but it does surprisingly well on firm terrain. Considering this is a lighter weight ski it is stable and not nervous, like some other touring oriented skis are, at higher speeds. The Hustle 11, in comparison to the Rustler series, doesn't have the same power underfoot but it is a little more nimble and easier to swing through tighter terrain. It feels quick and predictable and is great for touring days and some resort skiing. If you're looking for a wider ski to do some touring on that can handle some resort days, this should be on your radar. 

Who's this ski for? Skiers who skin up the mountain with hopes of finding deep snow and gnarly tree lines. 

Who isn't this ski for? Basically anyone else. 


Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 19m @ 180
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ Beech, Poplar, Paulownia
  • Designed By/ Blizzard
  • Weight/ 1850g @ 180
  • Dimensions/ 140 - 112 - 130 @ 180
  • Added Materials/ Carbon
  • Built By/ Blizzard

A wide-waisted resort/touring hybrid that loves soft snow more than anything. It oozes energy and pivots on a dime so it can handle whatever lines you're hiking to. A great option for anyone looking for a lightweight powder ski for their touring setup that's still gonna hold up at the resort.

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