Blizzard's Sheeva series has been the overwhelming favorite of hard charging freeride skiers for years now, with the ultra versatile Blizzard Sheeva 10 Skis taking the lead. At 102mm underfoot, but with plenty of surface area at the tip and a do-it-all rocker-camber-rocker profile, there is no day when this ski isn't a great choice. Instead of the center "spear" of DRT Titanal, the new FluxForm build puts the metal around the perimeter of the ski and a shock absorbing binding plate under your bindings. The inside is also new, with a 3-component TrueBlend Freeride core making its debut in the Sheeva series. With a completely re-designed platform for 2024, some buyers may be wary, but take it from us - the ski is just as dominant if not more so than the previous version and you shouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger.