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Big mountain, all mountain, the Blizzard Bushwacker Ski is ready to chow down on whatever terrain you think looks tasty. At 88mm underfoot and 125mm at the tip, the Bushwacker is ready to get off the beaten path and give you a taste of what powder is all about while still offering hard-charging performance on groomers or in the trees. Tip and tail rocker provides excellent float in powder or crud as well as easy-peasy turn initiation, and camber underfoot gives you stability and control once you open it up on the hardpack.

Blizzard knows that conditions and terrain vary top to bottom; they made the Bushwacker to be ready for it all. Sandwich sidewall construction gives edge power and precision turning, so if trees or tight chutes are calling, you can answer with nimble ease. The Flipcore 3D wood core gives tip-to-tail strength and rebound that suits all kinds of terrain. Lightweight poplar and bamboo make up the ISO woodcore that offers buttery smooth flex for fluid turns of any size. 

  • Tip and tail rocker
  • Sandwich compound sidewall
  • Flipcore construction
  • Poplar and bamboo ISO woodcore
  • 88mm waist
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Blizzard Bushwacker vs. Rossignol Sin 7? I'm 5'7", 160 lbs., advanced skier,. Looking for a maneuverable ski that I can also take into the trees if there's ever any more snow in the West! I ski primarily in Mammoth. Thoughts? Recommended length?

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Moguls, quicker edge to edge, and more fun on groomed snow in my opinion spells Bushwacker and 173cm is what I would recommend unless you are very aggressive, thrive on speed, hard charging, just really prefer long skis and going for the most float possible on the deep days. All the Blizzard skis I have been on ski true to length. Even with their rocker profiles I never find they ski short and have never wanted them longer.

More freestyle oriented, ride switch often, looking for a wider waisted ski for deeper snow and provides more float then go Sin 7. Length on the Sin will be a little tougher to decide on due to its rocker profile. Sin 7 skis short so if looking for a more soft snow oriented out west powder ski going to the 180cm is a possibility.

Bushwacker is one of my favorite skis out there for a fun, light, quick, energetic ski in all conditions and is just a mogul ripstick. It will also handle a decent amount of snow for as narrow as it is but not as good as the wider Sin.

For a ski that sits in between the two check out the Line Sick Day 95 as another option.

Hope that helps and keep us posted,