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Blizzard Hustle 9 Skis 2024

A nimble and lightweight ski for touring that maintains some classic Blizzard DNA that allows it to be skied in the resort without feeling nervous.

$524.96 Orig. $749.95

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Feels like a touring ski on the way up but not on the way down.

HUSTLE UP

The new Blizzard Hustle line is a more touring oriented set of skis that still maintains enough substance and stability underfoot to use them in the resort. The Blizzard Hustle 9 uses the same mold as the Blizzard Rustler 9 so it maintains some of the awesome on-piste characteristics of the Rustler but in a lighter, more nimble package. The Hustle 9 is the most narrow of the Hustle line at 94mm underfoot. This ski is quick edge to edge and has a predictable and energetic feel on firm snow. It is a lighter ski so the speed limit is easy to find and the ski doesn't feel all that "powerful" but it's not built for crushing groomers so that lack of power isn't a negative. This ski shines in tight terrain, quick poppy turns, and can hold just it's own if you are on some more firm terrain. If you need something with better float check out the Hustle 10 or 11. Grab a touring capable binding, slap it on the Hustle and up you go. 

Who is this ski for? Anyone looking to add a resort-capable ski to the uphill portion of their quiver. The Hustle is never gonna feel too heavy on the way up, maintains confidence on the way down, and at 94mm can even handle some carving here and there. 

Who isn't this ski for? People who are not looking for a ski with uphill capabilities. 

 

Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 17m @ 180
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ Beech, Poplar, Paulownia
  • Designed By/ Blizzard
  • Weight/ 1750g @ 180
  • Dimensions/ 127.5 - 94 - 117 @ 180
  • Added Materials/ Carbon
  • Built By/ Blizzard

The Hustle is for the skier who wants an AT setup that’s capable on resort days but light enough to save weight on touring days. It’s a touring ski that won’t be mad if you take it into the resort.

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