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Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis 2020

Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis 2020


r: 17.5 meters @ 180 centimeters // weight: 1831 grams @ 180 centimeters // Rocker-Camber-Rocker

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Test Locations: Big Sky MT, Stowe VT, Aspen CO, Red Mountain BC

The first day we skied on the Blizzard Rustler 10, was a powder day at Stowe about 6 – 8 inches. The Men’s line from Blizzard since the ‘bull skis’ came on the scene have felt burly and tough.  The Rustler 10 has the traditional Blizzard feel underfoot, but with a more playful tip and tail.  The surfiness of the ski makes skiing through tight trees, super easy.  They pivot on a dime, but when you get them up on edge, they can arc in traditional Blizzard fashion.  It won't have as much stability as the Bonafide, but it's not far off, especially for how much playfulness you gain.  


How does the Rustler 10 compare to the Bonafide?

The Rustler 10 is going to feel bouncier than the Bonafide, not referring to tip flap or chatter, it’s just going to litarlly feel like it’s bouncing in and out of turns by comparison.  For skiers spending more time off-trail the Rustler may be preferred, it moves from turn to turn so well that steep terrain becomes really fun and a lot easier.  Doing Challenger at Big sky laps on the Rustler 10 was an absolute blast!  

Paulownia/Balsa/Beech/Poplar Core

Titanal (DRT) + Carbon Tip and Tail

Designed by: Blizzard // Built by: Nordica/Blizzard, Austria Factory

TLDR: Super playful, not for the hard charger dude that only wants to lay arcs on hardpack.

Recommended Binding: The Blizzard Rustler 10's do NOT include a binding, the best never do.

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