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Highlights from the 2019 Blizzard skis lineup:

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Some Blizzard classics: the Bodacious, Cochise, Bonafide, and Brahma, alongside the freshly renamed Bushwacker.

The Old Standbys

Blizzard’s classic lineup of men’s skis—the Bodacious, Cochise, Bonafide, and Brahma—come 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 and the Sheeva 9 at 94mm and 92mm underfoot respectively.

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The Rustler 11 and 10 return, with a fresh blue topsheet for the latter, alongside a little brother: the Rustler 9.


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The Sheeva 9 rounds out Blizzard’s series of three stellar women’s freeride skis.

The Sheeva 9 and the Rustler 9 for the most part mirror the construction of their wider associates. The chief difference: Blizzard extended the titanal underfoot to optimize the narrowest skis in each respective line for all-mountain/hard-snow performance.

First Take from OR On-Snow: The Rustler 9 is worthy of the “Rustler” name—our staffers loved it at the Outdoor Retailer on-snow demo. From Matt M: “Last year, the Rustler 10 was my favorite new ski. This year, the Rustler 9 is certainly in the running.” From Justin: “Super versatile and a perfect East Coast ski.” From Zack: “This thing rips on groomers and is great in the bumps.”