Blizzard Rustler 9 vs Rossignol Black Ops Dreamer
- Great for a versatile ski that is great for all conditions
- Blizzard Rustler 9 is a super fun ski to ride
- All-mountain ski is forgiving and perfect for intermediate skiers
- Great for intermediate skiers
- Lightweight and easy to maneuver
- Comes with bindings and ski
- Good price for the quality
- Some reviewers had issues with the bindings
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Advice on my top three skis
Metal in a ski doesnt automatically make it an expert only ski. The blizzard Rustler 9 has some metal but is super accessible, it's still wider than you need. I would recommend getting Dynastars that you liked for low tide conditions and just rent/demo fat skis if you happen to catch those conditions when you travel. I'm not a fan of the Kore skis for resort skiing, they are a tricky combination of light and stiff
1 year ago
I am an intermediate skiir and these are perfect for me. I love how they are brand new with bindings attached without paying thousands of $! I took them to the local ski shop when I received them and they completed a new ski tune-up and adjusted the bindings for my boots. Dont skip this step! They are a sweet pair of skis that are easy to get used to. I feel like I can fly down the mountain and are by far the best quality of skiis I have used! I have been able to improve on my ski skills and I already feel ready to up my game and attack some tougher runs
2 years ago
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