Ultralight carbon skis may be a dream on the skintrack, but you're going to get tossed if you take them inbounds. Built to float pow both in and out of the resort, the Black Diamond Boundary 115 Ski will be your go-to boards when you plan on getting lift-served freshies in the morning followed by a buffet of backcountry face shots in the afternoon.Rocker in the tip and tail, camber underfoot, and a poppy poplar core make the Boundary 115 the obvious candidate when mother nature graces the mountains with a foot of fresh overnight. Their playful nature lets you slash and burn turns through the trees and quickly ditch speed before you point em straight through a narrow chute. And when you do get cruising, a pre-preg fiberglass laminate gives the ski a stiff and stable feel, so you can loosen up those turns with confidence. A healthy dose of camber underfoot holds an edge when you need them to and lets you carve a few groomers when you rally back down for another lap. BD integrated a sidewall dampening system into the ski, which consists of a layer of rubber integrated into the sidewall just in front of the boot to help eliminate chatter for a damp and stable feel.
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