Black Diamond Boundary 1001819.99 | - 30% | 2599.99
Designed to handle the wide-ranging conditions of an entire ski season, the Boundary 100 is a hard-charging, do-it-all freeride plank for everything from in-bounds pow days to backcountry couloirs.
From heart-of-winter pow turns to closing-day mashed potatoes, the Black Diamond Boundary 100 ski is a hard-charging freeride ski that handles the full spectrum of snow conditions on either side of the rope. Designed with a versatile 100-mm waist, poplar wood core and pre-preg fiberglass layup, the Boundary features a modern rockered shape that’s floaty enough for storm days while still remaining maneuverable and stiff enough for the chop. To eliminate chatter, our Sidewall Dampening System uses a multi-density sidewall panel just behind the contact point to create an ultra-damp vibration barrier between the ski tip and the binding.
- Versatile 100-mm waist for performance in variable conditions
- Rocker tip and tail with traditional camber underfoot
- 3D Sandwich construction with pre-preg fiberglass, stacked sidewalls and poplar wood core
- Sidewall Dampening System for reduced chatter in firm conditions
- Optimal use: 50% soft snow / 50% hard snow
- ABS skin notch
180 cm – 310 mm Tip Rocker / 240 mm Semi-Rocker
Formula 1 Technology – F1 tech is used for skis larger than 95 mm underfoot. This technology requires three major ribs.
3D CNC Wood Core - Poplar – A good balance of pop (i.e., energy return) with a classic, smooth feel.
Pre-Preg Fiberglass – Black Diamond uses a clean process to control the exact amount of epoxy resin in each pre-impregnated ski and maximize the fiber's contribution to overall strength and stiffness, in turn allowing for reduced weight while retaining strength, precision and consistency.
Rubber – A damping agent for reducing chatter at speed.
8 mm ABS Sidewalls – All Black Diamond skis now feature ABS sidewall construction, resulting in lighter, higher performing skis.
Sidewall Damping System – A layer of rubber in the sidewalls of the ski, slightly behind the contact point, greatly reduces chatter and gives the dampness of a freeride ski to even lightweight backcountry construction.