2023 Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis with Bindings

The Blizzard Rustler 10 with bindings is a great set up for freeriders who want to charge the entire mountain. From the very first turn, you'll feel a playful, freeride inspired influence in the design of this ski. Camber underfoot allows the skier to actively engage the side cut on groomers, finishing turns with commanding power. The Rustler 10 uses Trueblend technology in its core, which intentionally uses different density wood blends at the length of the core, that provide the appropriate amount of stiffness that delivers a very smooth a balanced feel that delivers both confidence and control. The result is a ski that is less demanding in tight terrain with better float and playfulness in powder. Underneath, a compound wood core and two Carbon Fiberglass sheets make the skis feel longitudinally calm at speed without making the torsional stiffness overbearing. 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 on the mountain. 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. Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis with bindings is a match made in heaven and will certainly take your skiing to the next level.


  • Side cut: 135.5/104/125.5 mm at 188 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 19 meters at 188 cm length
  • 4040 grams at 180cm
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
  • Carbon Flipcore DRT Construction
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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2023 Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Are there any construction differences in this 2023 Rustler 10 and the 2022 model?
Question by: Sam on Feb 7, 2022, 1:43 AM
Hi Sam!
Nope, same ski different sheet.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 14, 2022, 1:26 PM
I don't yet have ski boots but I have to provide the sole length before I place my ski order here. The instructions to measure it myself only tells to do with the ski boots. So, how do I measure it without the boots? Just my foot length + some guessing margin for the boots?
Question by: Cosmo Greco on Feb 28, 2022, 5:11 PM
HI Cosmo!
We need the BSL of the actual boot in mm. We can hold the skis until you get boots if you wish, just let us know in the order notes or though a phone call!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 1, 2022, 2:36 PM
Do you consider this ski a good all-mountain ski for a decent, up and coming, skier?
Question by: Joe on Apr 25, 2022, 3:46 PM
Hi Joe!

Absolutely! The Rustler 10 is extremely versatile and a lot of fun. With its shaped metal laminate construction the ski performs well on and off the piste, especially in bumps and woods.

Have fun out there!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 26, 2022, 10:29 AM
Currently skiing on an atomic x9 wide body and looking to add a ski to my quiver that's gonna be great in powder and in the trees but still be able to lay down some nice turns on the way back to the lifts. Been doing some research and rustler 10 looks like a great choice. Really deciding between this ski here and atomic maverick 95ti. Any suggestions?
Question by: Austin on May 15, 2022, 9:00 PM
Hi Austin!

Definitely go for the Rustler if its off trail performance you're looking for. the Rustlers are some of the best skis you can get for trees and bumps, only challenged by skis like the Atomic Bent chetlers. The blend of metal underfoot and a healthy serving of tip and tail rocker give you all the tools you need to enjoy every last bit of the mountain.

Have fun!
Answer by: Chris McClelland (Admin) on May 27, 2022, 11:39 AM
Just wanted to confirm that the Tyrolia attack 2 GW bindings are compatible with Grip Walk Boots. Thanks in advance.
Question by: Bill Chase on Mar 8, 2023, 4:47 PM
Hi Bill! Thanks for your question. We appreciate you reaching out to us. Yes, the GW in th title of the bindings refers to them being GripWalk compatible. We hope that helps!
Answer by: Mike Aidala (Admin) on Mar 9, 2023, 2:00 PM
I'm looking for a playful ski that is good for fresh snow, bumps, trees and skiing over thicker crud. I currently ski a 2017 Kendo 184, 90 underfoot. I had a difficult time in Utah powder with my Kendo so I demo'd a 180 Rustler 10 and a 178 Sender 104 TI. I'm leaning towards the Rustler as I'm primarily an East Coast skier. I'm an advanced skier 51 years old 6'1 225lbs. What length would you recommend and would the 2024 Rustler be a better match? If you have any other suggestions I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
Question by: Alan on Mar 10, 2023, 6:31 PM
Hey Alan,

The 180cm would be a great length for the Rustler 10. The Rustler will be super playful and fun in powder but can still hold a solid edge on groomed runs. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Mar 13, 2023, 3:47 PM
How should I decide between the rustler 10 vs rustler 9?
Question by: pat on Mar 13, 2023, 6:55 PM
Hey Pat!

Both are extremely versatile skis for the entire mountain. The Rustler 9 has metal in the core for extra stability, especially on groomed runs. The Rustler 10 is without the metal but gets fiberglass sheets add for stability while still delivering playfulness. Both are great in trees and bumps. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Mar 17, 2023, 12:19 PM
Hello I would like to know your take on the difference between this Rustler 10 and the Nordica 104 Free, which is better for what conditions (Western US) if any, and weight differences between them or are they similar in weight? thank you!
Question by: Ed on Mar 31, 2023, 3:37 PM
Hey Ed!

Both could be considered pretty similar to each other. The Rustler 10 Is going to have a slightly longer turn radius and a little more tip and tail rocker with lower camber underfoot. The Tips and tails have a bit of a spoon shape to them for effortless surfing in powder. The Nordica 104 Free is going to be a little burlier with the dual metal laminate, but the rocker along with the gradual rise in the tips and tails helps this thing float in the soft stuff and keeps it playful for bumps and trees. The Enforcer Free is a definite favorite because of its versatility. Both will be similar in weight, but the Enforcer may be slightly heavier because of the dual metal laminate. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Mar 31, 2023, 3:58 PM

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