2024 Blizzard Sheeva 11 Video Review

Tech Details

Blizzard Sheeva 11
Freeride (Women’s)
Length Tested: 174
Lengths: 168, 174, 180
Dimensions: 140/112/130 @ 174
Radius: 17.5m @ 174
MSRP: $899.95
More Info: blizzard-tecnica.com

Test Notes

I enjoyed the Blizzard Sheeva 11 because it was a hard-charging yet playful freeride ski in a wide variety of conditions. I was able to hop on it and immediately ski my favourite run in powder, without feeling like I had to adjust to the ski. It floated in fresh snow and enjoyed being skied fast, and when put to the test in Red Mountain Resort’s tight trees, it was incredibly reactive and pivoted on a dime. I also had a ton of fun ripping this ski through chopped-up snow and on groomers, where its sidecut allowed for easy initiation and the flex pattern was stable throughout the entire arc of the turn. As a result, the Sheeva would be ideal for an advanced skier who prioritizes powder, but still wants to have fun in variable conditions and terrain. And as an added bonus, the topsheet is beautiful! —Sally Steeves

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  • Playful and powerful.
  • Easy to ski and quick to pivot.
  • Charges through soft and variable snow.


  • Might feel like too much ski for an intermediate.
  • Required a little bit more effort in tighter terrain.

What type of terrain is the Blizzard Sheeva 11 best suited for?

Trees, chutes and groomers.

What type of snow conditions is the Blizzard Sheeva 11 best suited for?

Powder, corn and corduroy.

What type of skier is the Blizzard Sheeva 11 best suited for?

An advanced skier who prioritizes powder but wants to have fun in various conditions and terrain.

Sally Steeves

Age: 27
Height: 5’5”
Weight: 120 lbs
Occupation: Electrical Engineer
Years Skiing: 25
Preferred Ski Length: 174cm
Preferred Ski Width: 112mm Underfoot
Preferred Terrain: Technical Steeps & Trees
Preferred Conditions: Powder & Corn

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This review was independently done and the views are that of the author.

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