The Rustler 11 is an all new ski from Blizzard that surfs powder and blasts through crud like no other. This 112mm fat ski was designed for the skier who loves to chase powder but still wants a ski that handles well when the snow is less than ideal.
Even with the fatter waist this ski is surprisingly responsive and light. Blizzard was able to achieve this by building the Rustler 11 with an ISO-Paulownia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Wood Core, Titanal, and a Carbon Flipcore. The ISO-Paulownia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Wood Core is what keeps the ski light and poppy while the titanal makes the ski stiff and damp underfoot. The titanal in the Rustler 11 tapers off as it moves towards the tip and tail to save weight again. This is where the Carbon Flipcore comes in on the tip and tail of the ski. The Flipcore allows the skis to remain stiff in the tip and tail even when on icy surfaces.
This is a light ski that will work well at the resort for those weekend powder days when you can surf the pow in the morning but by lunch it has all turned into packed powder. The impressive tip rocker and slight tail rocker keep this skis turning radius surprisingly short at 17.5m for the 172cm length. The Rustler 11 floats when you want but is built to be enjoyable in a variety of conditions.