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Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis 2025

One of the best skis around 100mm wide. It feels stout underfoot over less than desirable terrain all while being more than easy to slash and slarve through tighter terrain. Truly one of our favorite skis this season.

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A weapon in softer snow and tight terrain without being incapable on hard snow. It can arc a turn and it's nimble. Sick.

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The new Blizzard Rustler 10 is the Jack-of-all-trades of the newly constructed Rustler family. At 102MM underfoot, it’s not too wide or narrow, but instead, it’s just right. Shoutout Goldilocks. The Rustler 10 skis shockingly well on hardpack. To clarify, I’m not shocked that it skis well on hardpack (it’s a Blizzard), I’m shocked at how well it skis on hardpack. For a ski this wide, and also this playful honestly, the Rustler 10 has no problem carving a fierce turn with grip and power. In more variable conditions and terrain, it maintains plenty of that playful feel the Rustler has been known for since the series’ inception. It’s not quite as easy to toss around as the older version of the ski, but it has the right amount of maneuverability to make tight turns and pivot through tighter terrain effortlessly. The trade-off is a little less maneuverability, and more power for skiing aggressively, railing turns and mowing through crud and turbulent afternoon snowpack with a smooth and undemanding feeling. All the new Rustlers are money, the 9 and 10 are both really good at everything. If you’re between the two, go 9 if groomer performance is your priority, and go 10 if off-trail performance is your priority. Either way, you’re getting one of the best skis.

Who is this ski for? All-mountain explorer who’s down to sacrifice some groomer performance for a little bit of width to add some versatility over softer snow and through tighter terrain. 

Who is this ski not for? Skiers who are looking for a straight up pow ski or a real deal carving ski. This isn't a specialized ski, its a ski that can truly do most things with a real knack for exploring. 

Recommended Binding: Marker Griffon ID with 110 mm brake

Technology update:

The Rustler got a full overhaul for the 23/24 season. Free Ride TrueBlend Wood Core: Different densities of wood used throughout the ski (stiffer, denser underfoot and softer less dense in the tips and tails. Flux Form: A titanal layup in the ski that giv

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Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 19m @ 180
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ TrueBlend Woodcore: Beech, Poplar, Paulownia
  • Designed By/ Blizzard
  • Weight/ 1,990g @ 180cm
  • Dimensions/ 136/102/125
  • Added Materials/ Titanal, Carbon
  • Built By/ Blizzard

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If you want a wider waisted more playful ski that can still hang on groomers and less than desirable terrain the Rustler 10 should be on your list. Confident on firm snow, easy in tight terrain and a blast all around.

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