Blizzard Rustler 10

Blizzard Rustler 10
Category: All mountain
Level: Advanced
Brand: Blizzard
Modelyear: 2019
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 133/102/123 mm Turning radius: 17.50 m Weight: 1850 gram (180 cm)
Sizes: 164,172,180,188 cm
Manufacturers description
Whatever the conditions, with the Rustler 10 you’ll be grinning all day long. It is founded on two signature concepts, Carbon Flipcore D.R.T Technology and an innovative waist concept: the longer the ski, the wider the waist which gives ambitious freeriders and all mountain skiers more versatility and float, even on steep terrain. The smooth rocker-camber-rocker profile make it responsive and stable yet super playful in softer snow conditions and on any type of terrain. The Rustler 10 is the one-ski quiver for the progressive freeride skier.

(Official information from Blizzard)


What do you think about Blizzard Rustler 10?
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Freeride
18/09/2019
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About the ski: The Blizzard Rustler series took many skiers by storm when it arrived, and Blizzard Rustler 10 is perhaps the most versatile. 102 mm below the foot makes tian a one quiver candidate. Suitable for light weight, solid finish and construction that can withstand powder, packed and manchester. Rustler is available in three widths (9,10 and 11), light skis in the tip and tail and you can go up a little in length. Tip rocker is early rise so fairly easy to get into turns. Fits medium good up to world class. Full wooden core with sidewalls, titanium in the middle. Rustler 10 is the almoutain-freeride ski more oriented towards off-piste.

Olle: - It felt really good! A hard charger with titanium. It was able to push in the piste, went like a spear, but at the same time good in turns did not just go straight. At speed, it still feels quite playful. Links Nordica Enforcer in character. A little slower in the off piste I felt after the first ride, in the second ride it felt better even outside. Rating 4.

Max: - It's a ski that has a stiff construction in the middle, and the right stiff at the back. An animal in the piste! Really steady there, did really well! Outside it feels a little difficult to throw around, but really fun at hard at high speed. The large tip rocker did not interfere with high speed. Rating 4.5

CROSS RATE: 4.25

Model year: 2020

jozzet
29/01/2019
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Strenghts:
Good stability, quick and wonderful in off-piste.

Weaknesses:
No real thing. Possibly hard black slopes when you always want a clean ski slope ...

Summary:
Have driven a lot with the Nordica Enforcer 100 which I think is a fantastic ski slope but with a good lift in the off-piste too. Rustler 10 does not drop so much in the piste but gives a superior flow in the off-piste with the slightly longer rocker and that it is much easier. Simply cruel.
Think this is an optimal allmountain that can handle everything and feel quick and smooth while there is little iron in it for stability. Been down in Austria and driven both piste and off-piste up to 50 cm powder and it works wonderfully everywhere.
The length is needed despite my weight and length. Run with Marker baron binding and freeride assembly.

Model year: 2019
Riding style: Pillows, piste
Length on the ski: 188 cm
Riders weight: 70 kg
Riders length: 178 cm

mountainbear
12/01/2019
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Strenghts:
Stable, easy-going, fun

Weaknesses:
Can't find it right away

Summary:
Rugged good ski that I think most of them are a better alternative than the wider rustler 11. A good all-round alternative.

Model year: 2018
Riding style: Off-piste and piste
Length on the ski: 178 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 181 cm

adolfssonaxel
11/12/2017
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Blizzard's Rustler is fitted with a layer of metal in its sandwich structure. A metal case that has been tapered in the tip and tail. The skid is also fitted with carbon fiber whose fiber has been laid in a longitudinal direction. When carbon fiber is laid in this way, the flex is stepped up in the longitudinal direction of the ski. On the other hand, the stiffness is left to its own destiny.

The skate does not seem to be untidy when I test it in the back. Worthless when I want to push the cutting turns on edge but brilliant when I shoot down between the afternoon puckles. The ski is easy to play with and pops from turn to turn. I almost shoot down the hill. The ski requires you to play it with playfulness for it to work. In spite of its somewhat soft construction, the ski is still fast-paced when I give it the right speed. With light feet, the skis go really well in the rugged parties on the slopes.

All in all; Blizzard Rustler will be played down for the slope. If you like a skier to let the ski have fun, it will be fun and you will also have fun.

Riding style: Pist and stable offpiste
Length on the ski: 188 cm
Riders weight: 74 kg
Riders length: 174 cm


Freeskier
23/10/2017
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Built with the same material as the Test winner Rustler 11, almost as popular.
Rating: 9.37