Most women’s skis are softened up models of their male counterparts. The Sheeva 10 is not one of these. This ski rips and will help push your limits
The metal sheet of titanal is the full width of the ski underfoot and tapers off towards the tip and tail. The titanal creates a very damp and stiff ski by tapering the metal off the tip and tails which keeps the ski playful and light. Blizzard used their Carbon Flipcore construction when building this ski so there is unidirectional carbon in the tip and tail to ensure that the playful ends of the ski remain stiff and responsive while keeping the weight centered underfoot. The Sheeva’s weight consciousness goes all the way to the core with its ISO-Paulownia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Wood Core. The Sheeva 10 can handle whatever you throw at it with style while being surprisingly light and snappy.
Blizzard shaped this as an aggressive powder ski. The tip has a respectable amount of rocker and the tail has just enough that you can sit a little further back and surf the ski when the snow becomes soft. A large amount of camber makes the ski very stable when carving or charging. The Sheeva 10 will quickly become your daily driver with how well it performs in all conditions.