2023 Blizzard Sheeva 9 Women's Skis

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2023 Blizzard Sheeva 9 Women's Skis

The Blizzard Sheeva 9 is the narrowest offering in the Sheeva line offering playful agility in a versatile package. At 92 millimeters underfoot in all lengths other than the 148 (90 millimeters), the Sheeva 9 is a lot of things to a lot of different skiers. If you're an advanced or expert skier who is looking for one ski for the whole mountain, the Sheeva 9 is a fantastic choice. Light enough for quick and agile turns, but strong and powerful enough for rugged and deep carves in the groomers, this ski has something for everyone. Playful in the lighter tips and the turned-up tails, this ski has a lot of freeride influence in terms of shape and profile, but it's in an all-mountain format, allowing skiers to really take advantage of the versatility of the Sheeva. The fun part of skiing is that you get to experience a lot of different sides of the mountain. From different trails to varying aspects, there's a lot of change on the hill from day to day and hour to hour. A ski like the Blizzard Sheeva 9 has a good grasp on how to handle all of it so you don't have to think too hard about it. They're incredibly fun and intuitive, allowing the skier to focus on her line rather than her gear.


  • Sidecut: 124.5/92/114.5 mm at 172 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 15.5 meters at 172 cm length
  • Wood Core
  • DRT Titanal Laminate
  • Dual Fiberglass/Carbon Layer
  • Twin-Tip Shape
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

Ability Level:

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers 


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2023 Blizzard Sheeva 9 Women's Skis

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I'm looking for a ski that will be super fun on days that I get to be 100% in moguls and trees (not just powder days but also when this terrain is northeast "firm"). I'm just starting to progress in technical terrain and love it and want a ski that will help me improve. I have other skis for time on groomers, so I don't need to compromise for all-mountain capability with this ski. I had been looking at the Sheeva9 and the Ranger 94 FR and had pretty much decided on the Sheeva as the better option for my current ability level. And then I saw your intro to the 2023 Rangers. It seems that the 2023 Ranger 90 might be even more fun than the Sheeva for my purposes. 5'4" 132 pounds - leaning toward the 156/7 but am open to a 163. My groomer skis are 159 (Black Pearl 88) and 165 (Nela 80). This ski will be used almost exclusively in northern New England, so a ski that can cling to harder snow is more important than float. Also, I will probably put an AT binding on this ski - sidecountry, not backcountry. How would you position these two skis for me?
Question by: Argyll Wanderer on Apr 1, 2022, 8:42 AM
HI Argyll!
I think the Sheeva has better grip than the Ranger, which I found to have better float. I'd still stick to that ski for a primary option, although the performance of all three on your list is quite close.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Apr 4, 2022, 2:35 PM

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