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Blizzard Rustler 9 Ski (Men's)

Blizzard Rustler 9 Ski (Men's) -

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Profile Waist Width

Rocker/Camber Hybrid: Uses rocker in certain zones of the ski, typically the tip, tail, or both. Great, versatile choice, offering good grip on hardpack, some float in soft snow, and easy turn initiation and transitions.

90-99: Good float in powder; typically still carve pretty well

Style: 8A2263

At first glance you might think the Blizzard Rustler 9 Ski is soft-spoken, but that’s not the case. This ski is just simplified, providing you with the tools you need for confidence on any terrain in any conditions. It starts with the Carbon Flipcore, which orients the laminates and shape of the core “upside down” from the way most skis do it. The result is a ski that’s pre-loaded, responding better to the complex shape of the Tip-Tail Rocker Profile and giving you a more lively ride while still getting the most out of that hybrid shape. Carbon Fiber adds snappy energy return, enhancing the D.R.T. to make the ski stronger and more powerful, all while working with the enhanced agility you get from the upturned tip and tail.

  • Tip-Tail Rocker is turned up at either end, giving you superior float on soft snow helping the ski handle more nimbly despite it’s size
  • Dynamic Release Technology (D.R.T.) is a unique construction philosophy that makes the ski stronger and more stable, without compromising maneuverability
  • Carbon Flipcore is built “upside down”, with carbon fiber laminates building tension in to the ski core to give you lively response and superior energy return
  • Profile: Rocker/Camber Hybrid
  • Waist Width: 94
  • Design: Freeride
  • Ski Dimensions: 127.5/94/117
  • Turn Radius: 17m (size 180)
  • Binding: Flat (binding not included)
  • Underfoot camber retains powerful edge hold, giving you the ability to choose any line and ride through any conditions with confidence
  • Sandwich Compound Sidewall puts a layer of ABS between the core and the snow, improving performance with consistent flex and helping protect the wooden laminates from damage and moisture
  • Weighs approximately 138.3oz (3920g) at size 180

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"I'm 5'10 about 165 lbs without gear and intermediate. Which size should I get? 172 or 180 considered this is a rocker skis with tip and tail. "
1 Answers | Answer Question
Question by SkierDog on 4/4/2023 - 11:36 am
"A 180cm length would probably be the best and leaves you "a little growing room" for ability, nothing out of reason. A 172cm is most likely a little too short and will lack stability and speed. If you ski only a few times a year and are looking to be conservative on your knees as you age, go shorter. If you're a little younger and looking to progress, go bigger. "
Answer by JustinKernes (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/4/2023 - 12:33 pm

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