We’ve read the reviews across the web for the Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis and summarize the results below:
Pros & Cons
Reasons to buy:
- Very lightweight yet also very powerful.
- Can pound the bumps and soft stuff and still hold an edge on the groomers.
- Super super fun off-trail.
- This ski can truly handle all conditions.
- Stable at high speeds and easy to turn.
- Better off-piste than the Nordica Enforcer.
- A really fun ski.
- Great all mountain ski with a lot of pop and easy to turn.
- Performs best in soft snow and holds its own in firmer conditions.
- Suitable for a broad range of ski abilities.
- Very little chatter.
- Very easy to get over on the edge during turns, even though it is 104mm underfoot.
- Can carve quick turns.
- Incredible ski for powder.
- An extremely playful ski, much more so than the Blizzard Bonafides.
- They are good in the bumps, but if you go with a longer length (due to the rocker) than you might have a little more difficulty.
- An extraordinary ski and at an average price.
- Lively, snappy and intuitive.
- One of the best skis of all time.
- This is a powder ski that can be used on all conditions.
Reasons NOT to buy:
- Need to keep your feet light.
- Due to the rocker profile it skis a little short.
- Can feel a little soft.
- Not the best at high speeds.
- The ski prefers shorter radius turns.
- If you’re looking for a ski that charges high speeds, this isn’t it.
- Can’t hold an edge as well as the Bonafides.
- When straight lining this ski, it can feel twitchy or hooky.
- Hard to pivot/slarv this ski on steep moguls.
- Does not plow through chop with ease.
- Hooky in variable conditions.
- Not very damp.
- Good, not great float.
The Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis are fun and playful. They prefer shorter radius turns and dominate off-piste terrain. While they hold a fine edge on groomers, they are built to play on the whole mountain.