Rustler 9 skis 2024
About Blizzard Rustler 9 skis 2024
The nimblest of the Rustler series, the Rustler 9 doesn’t necessarily need a powder day to make yours. Whether you're ripping through the trees or laying trenches back to the lift for another go, these babies are built for fun. At the heart of the redesigned Rustler 9 is a lightweight, energetic Freeride Trueblend woodcore and an all-new FluxForm technology. Trueblend and FluxForm are designed to work together to provide stability and strength underfoot, yet retain playfulness in the tip and tail. So feel free to Press Send, the Rustler 9 is specifically engineered to make you hoot and holler all over the hill.
Rocker Camber Rocker
Ski profile with rocker at the tip and tail, camber in the middle. Reducing the pressure on the edge at the tip and tail makes the ski even easier to handle and increases flotation on powder snow. The camber guarantees great grip on packed snow.
TrueBlend Freeride Core
Combining Beech, Poplar and Paulownia woods in a uniquely balanced blend that's tailored to the performance needs of each Rustler or Sheeva ski, the TrueBlend Free cores are labor-intensive but allow the flex to be tuned more precisely than ever before.
Two pieces of Titanal run the length of the ski on either side and taper toward the extremities of the ski. Combined with a separate Titanal plate underfoot, this construction allows for precise edge grip and dampening underfoot while allowing the tips and tails to flex freely. FluxForm varies according to model, with the Rustler 9 using more metal than the 10 or 11.
Sandwich Compound Sidewall
All Blizzard skis with the exception of some junior skis are built with ABS or Phenol sidewalls for superior performance (stability, power transmission, handling) and durability.
Sintered Graphite Base
|Tip Width (mm)||131.5|
|Waist Width (mm)||96|
|Tail Width (mm)||121|
|Turning Radius (m)||14||15||16||17||18|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||1935|