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By: Mia
The Sheeva 10 has been my favorite all-around ski since it debuted during the 2018 season. It's the perfect balance of business and casualólike wearing dress pants with a Hawaiian shirt, everybody wins. Metal underfoot gives you stability and confidence, while the rocker profile let's you go anywhere on the mountain. There is literally nothing this ski can't do. 12 inches of powder, no problem! High speed groomers, bring it on. Alpine touring, easy breezy!

In Depth Staff Reviews:

By: Emily

The Best Women's All Mountain Skis of 2019

When the time arrives to buy new boards, most skiers are searching for one do-it-all ski.  All mountain planks that can hold an edge on hardpack, yet surf on deep snow when conditions are prime. But, "all mountain" is a broad term that means different skis for different skiers -- making it tricky to track down that elusive "One Ski to Rule Them All." Powder7 has you covered. Say you're a hardcore Vermonter who spends spring break tackling the Rockies, consider our picks for All Mountain Narrow. But if you shred gnarly lines like Lynsey Dyer, our All Mountain Wide picks are a good ... Continue Reading

By: Matt M

2019 Blizzard Skis Preview

Check out our preview of 2021 Blizzard skis. Highlights from the 2019 Blizzard skis lineup: The Old Standbys Blizzard's classic lineup of men's skis‚ÄĒthe Bodacious, Cochise, Bonafide, and Brahma‚ÄĒcome back for another year of intra-mountain domination. Last year's Brahma CA has a fresh look (far right) and a new name for 2019. Say hello to the Bushwacker. Rustling Up Winners One of the most impressive new lines of skis a year ago was Blizzard's Rustler, known as the Sheeva on the women's side. This year, the freeride series gets even better with the addition of the Rustler 9 ... Continue Reading

Our Take On The 2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10:

When something is this good, there's no need to change it. Thankfully, the Sheeva 10 returns for 2020-21 with no changes, minus a fresh new topsheet, of course. At 102mm underfoot, the Sheeva 10 is one of the best all-mountain skis we have ever skied, and we ski A LOT of skis. Sharing the exact same construction and tech as the men's Rustler 10, but with a women's specific lighter core, the Sheeva 10 blends playfulness and power in a way that female freeriders love. The Carbon FlipCore D.R.T. places metal underfoot that shifts to carbon in the tips and tails, which not only keeps the swing weight low, but also means better float in soft snow and better control in tight spaces. The Sheeva's soft snow performance is impressive, but it doesn't sacrifice the ability to live on the edge. It carves very well for its waist width, with a preference for shorter, quicker turns, making it feel exceptionally nimble slicing through trees and bumps. Ski it anywhere. Ski it everywhere. Ski it all the time. Similar skis: Elan Ripstick 102 W, Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free, Salomon QST Lumen 99.

2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10 Specs:

Radius:[email protected]
Rocker:Freeride Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 7
Construction:Full Sidewall
Weight:3010 grams (per pair for size 156cm) Learn more about ski weights


Skis In The Blizzard Freeride Women Series:

Sheeva 10 (102mm) In Stock

Black Pearl 88 (88mm) In Stock