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Blizzard Sheeva 10 (2021)

2021 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski Review

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Brand: Blizzard

Model: Sheeva 10



Specs

Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)

131.5-102-121.5

Lengths (cm)

156, 164, 172, 180

Radius (m)

14.5

Gender

Female

Quickness / Maneuverability

4.32 / 5

Playfulness

4.23 / 5

Forgiveness

4 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

4.5 / 5

Crud Performance

4.45 / 5

Flotation

3.95 / 5

 

2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10 Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Blizzard

The Sheeva 10 returns this year as one of the best all-mountain crushers, with testers ranking it tops in Stability at Speed and Crud Performance. Unchanged from last season, it features a multi-layer wood core and a tapered sheet of Titanal between carbon and fiberglass, which gives this ski the power to bust through crud like no other. Testers caution that the Sheeva 10 only really comes to life when skied by strong skiers at speed, but agreed it has the power to turn confident intermediates into advanced skiers.

Barnes: “For a gal who doesn’t shy away from speed. It rewards some grit.”

STRENGTHS: Stability at Speed, Crud Performance

WEAKNESSES: Forgiveness, Playfulness

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