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.

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Energetic Freeride Trueblend wood core and FluxForm W.S.D. blend power and playfulness

114-mm waist

Balanced flex

Rustler 11 – $849.95

The all-new Rustler 11 lives for the steep and deep, providing stability and strength underfoot, yet retaining all the float and playfulness you’ve come to expect from this legendary ski. Whenever a snorkel is required and you’re ready to let ‘er buck, you can trust the Rustler 11 to press send.

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Women’s Specific Design (WSD)

Rocker concept allows both float and edge grip

Energetic Freeride Trueblend wood core and FluxForm W.S.D. blend power and playfulness

Sheeva 10 – $849.95

The rebellious middle child, the redesigned Sheeva 10 was made for lady shredders who tear it up from boundary-to-boundary as many days as they can. The versatile 102-mm waist floats through blower with style and grace, yet still allows you to lay it down on hardpack.

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Fully integrated T-Ride walk mode

Women’s specific liner and cuff

Out-of-the-box fit customized with C.A.S. system

Cochise 115 W – $849.95

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

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TrueBlend Free: Beech, Poplar and Paulownia wood core

Forgiving tip and tail for floating on soft snow

TrueBlend Free: Beech, Poplar and Paulownia wood core

Hustle 10 – $799.99

Specifically designed for the backcountry skier who wants a freeride-spirited, playful, poppy ski for the down, the versatile Hustle 10 is light enough to hit the skin track but will leave you with no doubts when it’s time to rip the skins and point ‘em. 

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Full length uni-directional carbon achieves optimal stability, torsional rigidity and flex

Less rigid and more playful in tips and tails

Two edge-to-edge layers of bi-directional carbon reinforcements underfoot

Zero G 105 – $899.95

The Zero G 105 is Austrian engineering at its greatest. Powered by a lightweight wood core paired with an updated iteration of Blizzard’s proven Carbon Drive technology, the Zero G 105 delivers max efficiency on the skin track and a consistent, stable feel on the descent.

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55-degree range of motion and a four-buckle, overlapping shell design

Precise out-of-the-box fit that can be customized with C.A.S. system

1,320 g and 130 flex balances weight and performance

Zero G Tour Pro – $899.95

Minimal resistance for the up and confident turns on the down, the Zero G Tour Pro is the chosen boot by some of the world’s most accomplished ski mountaineers and weekend warriors alike. With a grilamid shell and co-injected carbon fiber cuff, it’s as efficient as it is powerful, leaving no need to compromise. 

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