Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis · 2021
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The Blizzard Rustler 10 Ski is a versatile, soft-snow-oriented, all-mountain ski that caters to intermediate and advanced skiers.
104mm Waist Width – At 104mm underfoot (102mm in shorter lengths), this ski shines in soft snow but has the backbone for groomed and hard-packed conditions.
Multi-Layer Wood Core – A combination of poplar, balsa, beech, and paulownia keeps the core of the ski light without sacrificing stability and responsiveness.
Carbon – Carbon fiber is added for dampness and stability.
Titanal – Titanal reinforcement enhances torsional rigidity, making for a ski that won’t lose its grip when you’re hip-to-snow in a carve.
Rocker / Camber / Rocker Construction – 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.
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The Rustler 10 is a playful ski that thrives in soft off-piste conditions, but metal underfoot gives it some chops in firmer conditions as well. At 104mm underfoot, this ski floats extremely well in powder due to its rocker profile and lighter tips and tails, but it's still fun to carve and can hold an edge when you need it to. With its lightweight build and forgiving flex, this ski is quick and nimble and is great for moguls and trees.
This ski has fairly deep rocker lines and a freestyle shape that isn't a true twin tip but does have quite a bit of upturn in the tail. The tips and tails are lightweight and soft to give it a playful ride while the midsection of the ski is stiff with titanal reinforcement. The 188 length comes in at 104mm underfoot which is a width that will carve well but be wide for pow days as well. Its been described as energetic on edge as the softer flexing tips and tails like to pull you into a turn while the stiff middle offers the stability to hold and edge a turn really well. The rocker profile makes these easy to pivot and maneuver as well as offers great float. It's a ski that can charge but I wouldn't say it's a ski that loves the fall line.
A very similar build to the Candide. These have a little more metal mid ski for added edge control on hardpack. They also have a little less rocker, making them less surfy and more directional. A little less maneuverability, but more stability at speeds and better control on choppier snow. Another flex pattern where the tip and tail are more flexible than the center ski. This means you get playfulness and control. These are going to be a middle option between the Candide and Enforcer when it comes to nimbleness and stability
Holds a great edge for a ski in the low 100 width range and is a blast carving varying turn sizes. This ski also has some rocker in the tips and tails allowing you to maneuver and slash through fresh snow for when you want to venture off of the groomers. The Rustler is a great ski that will crush variable snow, arc clean turns, and turn the whole mountain into your playground!
102 is a very versatile waist width. This ski can go anywhere on the mountain. Stiff underfoot, yet playful into the tip and tail, this ski will keep a smile on your face from the groomers to the powder and everything in between! The metal underfoot gives you a great edge hold to ensure worry-free carving!
The Rustler 10 is a great all-arounder that really shines when it's surfing through soft snow conditions. The ski floats extremely well in powder thanks to the rockered tips and tails but the metal underfoot also makes it feel exceptionally stable carving down groomers or cutting through crud.
The Rustler line has metal underfoot, but not in the tip/tail. The result is a ski that can carve really well on groomers, but is pretty lightweight overall and has nice flex at the ends that let it be really maneuverable in trees, bumps, powder.