You can't really call it a cult following, because it's no secret: the Blizzard Black Pearl 88 Skis have been killing it as the world's best-selling all-mountain ride for years, and there's no sign of a letup.
Sure, hard and fast groomers are in the forecast but there's an outside chance of 8" of fresh on Friday night — what ski do you bring? It's hard to argue with the Blizzard Bonafide 97 Skis as one of the best and most versatile choices on the market.
With a versatile 100mm+ waist and balanced Carbon Flipcore construction, the Blizzard Rustler 10 Skis live in the Goldilocks zone where anything is possible. Firm groomers? No problem, the Rustlers will lay trenches.
A funny thing happened in the winter of '21-22. Winter went dry for months in most of North America, and the wide ski powder maniacs were stuck for a low tide answer. A few of them got out on the Blizzard Rustler 9 Skis and were blown away.
With the Rustler Team, budding freeriders can follow the trajectory of their dreams. It's a responsive and versatile ski, capable of tackling the slopes from morning to night, whatever terrain the little tricksters dare to take on.
For women who get after it in the steep and deep, navigate through the trees, crush afternoon slushy bumps and top it all off with laying down some big frontside turns, the award-winning Sheeva 10 is the do-it-all boss lady.