This article is part of The Showroom—a curated selection of gear presented by some of FREESKIER’s favorite brand partners. Here is a closer look at the latest from Blizzard/Tecnica.


Women’s Specific Design (WSD) is specifically engineered for women’s needs

Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. increases playfulness without the weight

Rocker concept allows for both float and edge grip depending on terrain

Sheeva 10 – $699.95

The do-it-all boss lady of freeride skis, Blizzard’s commitment to women skiers is evident in the award-winning Sheeva 10. Described by lady shredders as fun, forgiving, stable and versatile, the Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. technology paired with a progressive shape and rocker profile deliver a confidence-inspiring, elevated skiing experience. 


Carbon and fiberglass underfoot for stability and edge-hold in dicey conditions

TrueBlend Free: A powerful and playful beech, poplar and paulownia wood core

Forgiving tip and tail for floatation in soft snow

Hustle 11 – $849.95

The Hustle 11 features Blizzard’s freeride profile, with a waist width that gets wider as the ski gets longer, and it’s all-new TrueBlend Free core that balances performance and weight. The result? A ski that can bust ass up the skin track and absolutely crush when it’s time to point.


Progressive shape provides stability on hardpack and floatation in soft snow

Versatile 102 mm width underfoot

Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. increases playfulness without the weight

Rustler 10 – $749.95

The Holy Grail of freeride skis, the Rustler 10 eats up chalky bumps in the steeps, floats effortlessly through stashes of fresh in the trees and is just as comfortable in the air as it is laying trenches on fresh corduroy. This is the true one-ski quiver for the progressive freeride skier.


Women’s Specific Design (WSD) is specifically engineered for women’s needs

Uniquely shaped layer of Titanal provides edge grip and stability

TrueBlend wood core strategically blends beech and poplar for balanced flex

Black Pearl 97 – $699.95

Looking for that Black Pearl magic but want a little more width? We got you. The Black Pearl 97 is the best of all worlds, offering power and stability in a performance-minded, all-terrain ski. It carves with perfection, charges through crud like a boss and makes challenging conditions feel like no big deal. 


C.A.S shell and liner are anatomically shaped and can be easily customized

Inside shell is made with thicker plastic for lateral power transmission and increased edge grip

T-Ride walk mechanism assures downhill performance while offering 50-degree rangeof- motion for the hike

Cochise 130 – $799.95

Whether you’re slinging the sticks over your shoulder for a short boot up the ridge or setting out on a quick dawn patrol mission, the Cochise 130 is the go-to boot for freeriders, ski patrollers and high-performance alpine skiers who need one boot to do it all, in-bounds and out. 


Women’s-specific liner and cuff for tailored feel

Fully integrated T-Ride walk mode delivers power and securit

Boot-fitters boot: precise out-of-the box fit that can be customized with C.A.S. system

Cochise Pro W – $749.95

If you’re looking for a powerful one-quiver boot for resort and short backcountry tours, the Cochise Pro W with 115 flex is your go-to. Patrollers, freeriders and high-performance skiers will benefit from the loads of tech packed into this boot that has secured itself as the benchmark for fit, performance and versatility. 

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