The Sheeva 10 wins the category not for being the most surfy, but for being the most versatile. A layer of Titanal underfoot gives it torsional rigidity while carbon in the tips and tails allows for more torsional twist, making it easier and more playful in pow. It all adds up to a solid foundation with a light touch. “A great powder ski for the intermediate or an all-mountain tool for the hard-charger,” said Gleason. Read more about the Blizzard Sheeva 10 here.
- Strength: Forgiveness, Balance of Skills; Weakness: Stability at Speed
- Overall Rating: 4.25 / 5
- Tip / Waist / Tail (in millimeters): 132-102-122
- Lengths (in centimeters): 156, 164, 172
- Radius (in meters): 14.5
- MSRP: $720