Blizzard Rustler 11 Skis Orange

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Blizzard Rustler 11 Skis Orange

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Ski Expert Nick Sramek
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What it’s good for

Sweet stiff and chargy pow skis with a medium-large turning radius of 21 @188cm. These things have a Titanal layer in them to keep nice and stiff, but also have a ton of carbon in them to keep the weight relatively low (2000g per ski). Definitely a great option for charging wetter snow, while also being able to have sweet days in the pow!

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The Blizzard Rustler 11 is a playful powder ski with metal underfoot, which allows this ski to do reasonably well in any condition.

Key Features:

  • 112mm Underfoot – The over 110mm width definitely puts this ski in the powder ski category. This ski will perform best in new snow, and it’s recommended that you pair this with a narrower ski for firm days.

  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile – This ski has rocker in the tip and tail, meaning that it will float in powder and be easy to turn.

  • Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. – Titanal underfoot but not in the tip and tail, which gives this ski a playful feel without sacrificing stability.

Ski Profile
Camber With Rocker Tip & Tail
Underfoot Width (mm)
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