Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis · 2020
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Anything and everything. This ski is lighter and more playful than it's cousin the Bonafide, but is still built to rip. I got on a pair of these and they were incredibly intuitive in trees and bumps--almost effortless to maneuver--and they skied almost like a race ski on the hardpack. The titanal in this ski is under the foot but not in the tips and tails. It keeps the ski solid through a carve, but loose off-trail
The Rustler 10 is designed to be a stable ski that can handle a wide variety of terrain. It’s a great one-ski quiver for someone who finds a good bit of fresh snow and likes to ski a wide variety of terrain aggressively.
Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile – Rocker in the tip and tail make for easy turn initiation and improved floatation in powder, while camber underfoot ensures edge hold and stability at speed.
Poplar, Beech, Balsa, Paulownia Core – Four types of wood in the core make for a damp and stable underfoot that transitions smoothly into a more playful and forgiving tip and tail.
Carbon Flipcore – Added carbon improves stability without increasing weight significantly.
Titanal – The titanal frame provides stability and responsiveness in turns.
102mm Waist – A 102mm waist is great in all conditions but geared for someone who spends more time off-piste.