Let her loose on the mountain.
Blizzard's Sheeva series is an ode to ripping chicks who spend more time in ski boots than out of them. A freeride-oriented daily driver, the Sheeva 10 is a super versatile set of planks that annihilates big terrain. The 102mm waist is slightly narrower than its burlier big sister, the Sheeva 11, so while you'll still be able to float pow turns on storm days, the Sheeva 10 also sees you through bulletproof hardpack and chundery debris.
Utilizing the Carbon Flipcore technology that skiers already know and love, Blizzard also added two layers of carbon fiberglass to their women-specific skis to maintain strength while shedding a little bit of weight. The DRT Titanal layer underfoot makes the Sheeva 10 powerful and stable while you're clocking high speeds on the hill, and the playfulness of the multi-layer wood core is just begging you to pop off side hits and pillows. These confidence-inspiring skis rip all kinds of terrain, and even though you take pride in your excessive quiver of skis, the Sheeva 10 is the only thing you'll be reaching for any time soon.
- A hard-charging daily driver for freeriding ladies
- Versatile 102mm waist rips up any conditions
- Rockered profile floats like a dream in fresh snow
- DRT Titanal layer underfoot adds stability and power
- Multi-layer wood core is playful and responsive
- Strong carbon fiberglass layers decrease weight
- Sandwich construction maximizes edge grip
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This ski is great in a variety of conditions. Whether your playing hooky from work (or using "rule of twelves" if you've got a nice boss!), or charging through spring time crud, these skis can take the beating and make you feel good about it.
I was wondering what touring binding would be good for the Blizzard Sheeva 10's? I have tecnica cochise 105 boots and I'm 5'5 and 145lbs... Intermediate to advanced skier.
Check out the Marker Griffon 13 and Marker Squire! Both are awesome bindings and should give you a good place to start looking.