First Look at Blizzard’s Rustler 10 and Sheeva 9 Skis
PSIA-AASI’s Official Suppliers provide member-specific pricing on high-quality ski and snowboard equipment so you can focus on teaching great lessons, growing ski and snowboard participation, and boosting your professional development.
In the Fall 2023 issue of 32 Degrees, PSIA-AASI members will enjoy a special preview of skis, snowboards, boots, and bindings specifically recommended for instructors. Here’s a first look at the men’s Rustler 10 and Women’s Sheeva 9 skis from PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Blizzard.
Men’s: Rustler 10
Long praised as Blizzard’s holy grail of freeride skis, the completely redesigned Rustler 10 is an awesome quiver option for teaching any level of skier who wants to explore the mountain and be ready for free runs with your crew. The Freeride Trueblend woodcore and new Titanal layup (FluxForm Technology) make the tips and tails forgiving in softer snow, but provide excellent edge grip for a versatile, energetic 102mm-waisted ski.
Lengths: 162, 168, 174, 180, 186, 192cm
Dimensions: 134 – 102 – 123mm @ 180cm
Women’s: Sheeva 9
The fully redesigned Sheeva 9 is a nimble ninja featuring a Freeride Trueblend woodcore and all-new FluxForm W.S.D. technology to blend power and playfulness into a 96mm-waisted freeride ski. Tested by Blizzard’s Women2Women global product team, the Sheeva proved versatile enough to satisfy pros looking for a quick edge-to-edge option that was wider than a frontside ski, allowing them to explore more terrain.
Lengths: 150, 156, 162, 168, 174cm
Dimensions: 129 – 96 – 118.5mm @ 174cm