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RUSTLER 10 + GRIFFON 13 TCX DEMO
Rustler 10 is a ski that will thrill you in any snow conditions. It is based on two typical elements of the brand, Carbon Flipcore technology D.R.T. and a completely innovative ski center: the longer the ski, the wider must be the center to offer freeriders and more ambitious all-mountain skiers greater versatility and buoyancy, even on challenging slopes. The fluid rocker-camber-rocker profile makes it reactive and stable, but at the same time fun in all snow conditions and on all types of tracks. Rustler 10 is the thrilling ski dedicated to freeriders who want to improve.
CONSTRUCTION: Sandwich Compound Sidewall (QQ), Dynamic Release Technology
ROCKER: Tip-Tail Rocker
CARBON FLIPCORE DRT
A revolutionary production process for skis with rocker profile, which includes the insertion of a special Titanal insert that reduces torsional rigidity on the tip and tail while increasing stability and control at the ski center. Carbon Flipcore D.R.T. makes the ski less demanding and less aggressive on fresh snow while maintaining strength and stability in the ski center.
The unidirectional carbon fiber on the toe and tail improves longitudinal stability on skis and reduces the weight of the oscillations, allowing a more playful and fun skiing style.
Duratec consists in the use of a surface coating with a thicker texture, maximum curve radius and aluminum protections on the tip that increase the life of the ski.
The core is made of wood, a naturally robust yet lightweight material, and is strategically engineered to achieve maximum performance while reducing weight.
ROCKER CAMBER ROCKER
Specific rocker on tip and tail with camber in the center of the ski that increases the carving on the beaten track while maintaining a good level of buoyancy off the track.
Progressive width with aggressive radius (18-19m @ 180cm). Tail with an advance rise that makes skiing more fun on fresh snow.
The full sidewall construction ensures torsional rigidity and offers constant pressure over the entire length of the ski. The result is better energy transmission, stability and control and, consequently, better performance.