Rustler Team Pro Ski
Blizzard designed the Rustler Team Pro Ski specifically for junior freeriders who are looking to drop cliffs and shred the whole mountain. Only available in a size 164 centimeters, it's built to send anything you point it towards. The 102 millimeter waist gives it the versatility to seamlessly transition from off-piste powder stashes to groomer laps, with tip and tail rocker for dreamy float and easy turn initiation, and just the right amount of underfoot camber for a reliable, controlled edge hold on hardpack.
A playful, poppy wood core gives the Rustler Team Pro its lightweight, responsive feel, and a sheet of Titanal underfoot, paired with the uni-directional carbon frame creates a stable, controlled ride. When your line of choice is a tight couloir, you'll appreciate the impressively tight turn radius that'll allow you to dance a few hop-turns at the mouth and leave some magazine-worthy wiggles when things open up.
- Hard-charging ski for junior freeriders
- Versatile 102mm waist can navigate hardpack and float in powder
- Rockered tip and tail provides better turn initiation
- Camber underfoot adds control in firm conditions
- Lightweight, multi-layer wood core delivers a responsive feel
- Carbon frame adds control and stability while keeping weight low
- Titanal sheet increases playfulness and maintains stability
Recommended Sizing Guide
|70cm - 80cm||
|2 - 3yr|
|80cm - 90cm||
|90cm - 100cm||
|5 - 6yr|
|100cm - 110cm||
|6 - 7yr|
|110cm - 120cm||
|8 - 9yr|
|120cm - 130cm||
|130cm - 140cm||
|140cm - 150cm||
|150cm - 160cm||
|12 - 13yr|
- How to Size:
Ski length is primarily determined by your child's weight and skiing ability, in respect to their height.
- For beginners and cautious skiers, keep ski length on the shorter side.
- For your little ripper, ski length should lean towards the top of the range.
- Kids' ski height should fall between their upper chest and eye level.