2023 Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis with Bindings

The Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis with bindings are the ideal set up if you are looking for true all-mountain versatility. It's got a fantastic shape, build, and profile for the well-rounded skier, and it has an incredible range for a variety of conditions, terrain, and even skier ability levels. At 92 mm underfoot in the 172 and below, and 94 in 180 and 188, the Rustler 9 is right in that sweet spot for skiers looking for true all-mountain versatility. Built with a wood core and a partial metal laminate, the Rustler 9 has that mid-weight build that's perfect for skiers who are looking for stability and edge grip, but not at the cost of quickness and maneuverability. In this light, the partial twin tip also stands out, making the ski more playful and agile, especially in tighter spots. This ski will be at home skiing on-trail but is also nimble enough to fly through the trees and bumps." That's really what it's all about in the all-mountain category, is having something stable, forgiving, quick, and agile that can truly handle anything and everything that the mountain can throw at it. These skis hold a fantastic edge, mostly because the metal is full-width underfoot, placing a lot of power right under the sidewall of the ski. If you're in the market for a great all-mountain package, the Blizzard Rustler 9 skis with bindings will deliver for you, day in and day out.

Features:

  • Side cut: 127.5/94/117 mm at 180 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 17 meters at 180 cm length
  • Multi-Layer Wood Core
  • Carbon Flipcore DRT Technology
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

Ability Level:

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers 

All-Mountain
Groomers

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2023 Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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What is the base color for the 2023 Rustler 9 (with Green top sheet)?
Question by: Dale Overmyer on Feb 3, 2022, 10:15 AM
Hi Dale,

Mostly black bases with hint of green up top.

SE
Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Feb 3, 2022, 1:21 PM
Besides graphic change, what else has changed in model year of 2023?
Question by: Heng Yan on Feb 3, 2022, 1:15 PM
Hi Heng,

Just a graphic refresh, everything else stays the same.

SE
Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Feb 3, 2022, 1:22 PM
Hi SE,

I'm 5'10 and about 156 lbs. Should I get the 172 or 180?
Question by: Bryan on Sep 16, 2022, 4:51 PM
Thanks for reaching out!

The 172cm length is going be suggested for an advanced skier while the 180cm length will suit a expert skier more. Depending on your skier ability each will offer advantages of it own. Going shorter will offer maneuverability while a longer ski will float more and be more stable at speed. Thanks to the uni-directional carbon in the tips and tails this ski will feel very quick and maneuverable even in tight trees and spaces. That being said depending on your rider ability I would confidently recommend going longer then shorter on this ski.

I hope this helped! Feel free to reach out with anymore questions.
Cheers!

P.s I will attach a link to the sizing chart below.

https://www.skiessentials.com/size-charts
Answer by: Connor Wier (Admin) on Sep 17, 2022, 10:37 AM
I’m torn between the 172 and 180. I’m 5’10 250. Intermediate east coast skier primarily on groomers and ice. Currently I am skiing Rossignol Experience 86 AI at 169. Would you recommend the 172 or the 180 in the Rustler 9?
Question by: TJ on Dec 22, 2022, 4:27 PM
Hey TJ,

I would recommend going with the 180cm. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Dec 23, 2022, 12:29 PM
Do you install bindings?
Question by: Arek Zaniecki on Jan 8, 2023, 10:09 PM
Hey Arek,

We include mounting at no extra charge and want to make sure you knew about this offer. If you would like us to mount please send the boot sole length of the boot in millimeters (mm). This number can be found on the outside or inside edge of the heel. It is small and engraved into the boot and is three digits roughly in the about the 250 to 350 range and will have mm after it for millimeters. Please note you will still have to take them to a certified technician at a local ski shop before your first run. They will need to set the forward pressure, Din and test the bindings with your boot to ensure safety and stability. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Jan 9, 2023, 3:58 PM

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