At the heart of the redesigned Rustler 11 is a lightweight, energetic Freeride Trueblend woodcore and an all-new FluxForm metal layup technology. Trueblend and FluxForm are designed to work together to provide stability and strength underfoot, yet retain all of the float and playfulness you've come to love and expect in the tip and tail of a Rustler 11. For the deepest days of the year and every day in between, the Rustler 11 is ready to Press Send.
- Construction: Fluxform Duramax Sandwich Full Sidewall
- Core + Key Materials: Trueblend Free Woodcore
- Rocker: Rocker-Camber-Rocker
TRUEBLEND FREE WOODCORE
PERFECT BALANCED FLEX
We have designed a specific Trueblend Free Woodcore for our freeride / back country category skis. It combines beech and poplar – two wood types that guarantee performance – with paulownia for a lightweight, yet high-performance wood core.
The result: the right flex to cover for all backcountry requirements in a lighter package.
PERFORMANCE WITHOUT COMPROMISES
The Trueblend Free Woodcore specifically positions three different densities of wood together to form a woodcore that is specifically designed to optimize the flex of the ski and deliver a smooth and balanced feeling.
This blending of the different densities of wood creates three distinct flex zones; a softer flex zone in the tip and tail areas, that facilitates easy turn initiation and release, a medium flex zone in front of and behind the binding, that helps deliver confidence and control and finally a stiffer flex zone in the center, underneath the binding, that guarantees perfect edge grip and stability.
Trueblend woodcores are designed to provide just the right amount what you need, performance, control, and confidence, to do what you want, when you want anywhere on the mountain.
The FluxForm is designed to work in perfect combination with the Trueblend Wood Core. As its core construction the FluxForm is specifically sized for each model. Tapered on the tips for perfect floating and wider on the tail for more support during fast turn in powder and landing from cliff.