2022 Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis with Bindings

The Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis with Bindings are a match made in heaven, destined to make the entire mountain your playground. With a bomber binding underfoot and Austrian ski heritage urging you to push your skiing to the next level, the Rustler 10 might just help you have your best season yet. These skis get along with many different skiing styles, from more freestyle-centric skiers, or big mountain chargers in search of powder, all the way to weekend warriors looking for an accessible ski that encourages controlled and stylish skiing. For 2021 the Rustler 10 is utilizing Blizzard's Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. construction. D.R.T. stands for Dynamic Release Technology, a construction concept that reduces torsional rigidity in the tips and tails making the skis less demanding and more playful in soft snow. Rocker in the tips and tails allows for quick release through slashed turns and camber underfoot keeps you trenched in through carved turns on piste. Though not quite a symmetrical rocker profile, significant tail splay keeps you afloat on the deepest of days. A layer of titanal that tapers towards both the tips and tails provides a feeling of stability and rigidity underfoot while allowing the skier to finesse playful maneuvers off every side hit and cat track. In synergy with the tapered titanal, a uni-directional carbon frame and antishock layers in the tips and tails of the ski reduce swing weight for hasty turn initiation all while keeping chattery feedback to a minimum. On groomers, a compact turn radius and malleable tips make these skis extremely easy to bend into a variety of turn shapes. For the lively all-mountain skier who prefers short to medium length turns and requires the stability of a partial metal laminate, the Rustler 10 warrants a second look.


  • Sidecut: 135.5/104/125.5 mm at 188 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 19 meters at 188 cm length
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
  • Carbon Flipcore DRT Construction
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Big Mountain •  Powder 

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2022 Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Do the bindings come mounted to the ski?
Question by: Christopher David Ashby on Nov 5, 2020, 1:20 AM
Hi Chris

If you provide the boot sole length when you order this killer deal package, we will mount them for free. - Reuben
Answer by: Reuben jalbert on Nov 5, 2020, 10:47 AM
If I order and use the free shipping option will the skis with mounted bindings arrive before 2-18-2022? I see you also sell on Amazon and I can get free 2 day shipping but assume this will not include binding installation?
Question by: David Kobayashi on Feb 11, 2022, 9:08 PM
HI David!
You'll likely be better off going through Amazon at this point for free shipping. In the notes on your order, you can include your boot sole length and we can mount them for you. Please note you still need a final safety check at a shop as we do not adjust for DIN or forward pressure.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 14, 2022, 11:21 AM
I'm thinking of these skis for powder days in Utah. What length would you recommend for a guy 5'8" 145#, intermediate abilities? Thanks!
Question by: Ben on Mar 3, 2022, 2:44 PM
HI Ben!
I'd go 172 in that ski. Have fun, great choice!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 3, 2022, 4:06 PM
Hi, I'm the same Ben (5'8", 145#) from above, looking for a ski that can handle powder in Utah, but I'm still debating what to get so I thought I'd expand my inquiry for your thoughts. I've been skiing an Experience 84 AI in the 160, and it's the only ski I've known. This is my first season skiing and I'm able to parallel ski most blacks, depending on conditions. Blues feel completely comfortable, and I can consistently carve on piste, but I'm still working at being able to make clean, short turns on ungroomed blacks. I find I really enjoy skiing in the trees, prefer non groomed terrain (though I'll likely spend much of my time on groomers), and while I like moguls/bumps, they are more challenging for me at this point. I like that my current sticks are light, they feel easy to turn, and don't wear me out unless the powder is knee high; I don't like how much they sink in deep ish powder, don't like that they get knocked around in tracked out fresh snow, and I get nervous when transitioning through variable snow conditions (from hard to soft, groomed to rough, etc). I have no problem having a couple skis, and my wife is eyeing my Experience skis, so I'm thinking of starting over. Do you have a recommendation for a two or three ski quiver for a guy in the west who mainly will ski in the eastern Sierra and around Utah? I've been eyeing the Rustler 10 and M6 Mantra, but wonder if there's too much crossover to be worth having them both. I have a friend who recommended the Ripsticks (but lots of others say no). Would I find the M6 Mantra significantly harder to turn in tight terrain? Would the M6 work well as a daily ski, with the rustler 10 coming out for days with fresh snow? Or maybe I should pick up the Rustler for powder days and keep skiing the Experience until I'm more improved and then buying an advanced, longer ski in the 90ish width? Finally, I'm using Atomic Hawx in the 110 and would prefer to avoid buying new boots if possible (but wouldn't completely rule it out), but wouldn't want to unknowingly buy skis that would really be hindered by my more flexible boot. I really appreciate your thoughts, thanks for all the work you put into advising customers.
Question by: Ben on Mar 14, 2022, 10:37 AM
HI Ben,
I don't think there's too much overlap between those, but maybe the Kendo at 88 mm underfoot makes more sense if you were going to swap one out. Rustler is a great choice for your application. If your boots fit, I wouldn't swap them out. You're not too heavy, so it's not totally necessary to go full 130 flex if you don't need.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 14, 2022, 3:43 PM
Will you be getting any 180cm Rustler 10s back in stock? Any ideas on when?
Question by: Brian Schwarz on Nov 22, 2021, 8:35 PM
Hello Brian,

We are expecting a shipment within the next few weeks on the Rustler 10's. Check back with us in 10 days for an update.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Nov 23, 2021, 8:31 AM

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