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The Boundary 107 is our most playful freeride ski that offers fun, easy-turning performance in soft snow. It draws on inspiration and features from our best-selling skis. READ MORE
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The Boundary 107 is our most playful freeride ski that offers fun, easy-turning performance in soft snow. It draws on inspiration and features from our best-selling skis. Learn More


Our most playful freeride ski with a modern shape and 107-mm waist, the Black Diamond Boundary 107 ski provides fun and agile performance on pow days in-bounds or out, while still maintaining the dampness and edge hold needed for firmer conditions. Full tip and tail rocker provide maximum float and easy landings, while the poplar core and pre-preg fiberglass layup make for solid power transmission. The Boundary also features our Sidewall Dampening System, which employs 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 107-mm waist
  • 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: 60% soft snow / 40% hard snow

Tech Specs

Series :   Boundary
Weight Per Pair :   [160 cm] 3.5 kg (7 lb 11 oz)
[168 cm] 3.7 kg (8 lb 3 oz)
[176 cm] 4 kg (8 lb 13 oz)
[184 cm] 4.2 kg (9 lb 4 oz)
[192 cm] 4.4 kg (9 lb 11 oz)
Dimensions :   [160 cm] 135-107-121
[168 cm] 136-107-121
[176 cm] 137-107-123
[184 cm] 138-107-123
[192 cm] 139-107-125
Turn Radius :   [160 cm] 17 m
[168 cm] 18 m
[176 cm] 19 m
[184 cm] 20 m
[192 cm] 21 m
Construction :   3D Sandwich construction with pre-preg fiberglass, ABS sidewalls and poplar wood core

Boundary Ski Series Construction

Sidewall Damping System

Sidewall Damping System

To bring the dampness of a freeride ski to a lightweight backcountry construction, we employed a layer of rubber in the sidewalls of the ski, slightly behind the contact point. This innovative construction greatly reduces chatter in firmer conditions and allows us to forgo the use of metal in the layup, creating a ski that is extremely damp with drastic weight savings over traditional freeride constructions.



  • 2016 Powder Magazine Skier's Choice
Boundary 107 Ski is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Duuuude, it's so good I use these as my powder hounds and as an all around ski. I patrol on them as well so they take tons of abuse. Skied in all conditions. Pro: economical durable great skier Con: Heavy, a little Verdict: Durable and ski fantastic! You can charge on them through crude and they are damp enough to pop in the trees and moguls. They do chatter a little at high speeds. Easy to turn side ways and initiate the turn, no parabolic but come on these are not a piste pistol. Great float and if you are not in Alaska I don't know why you need any more than 107 under your feet. Get them as a quiver killer until you can diversify a little more in your ski library. Side note, they work great as a telemark ski. I got them a little long and still they are fantastic. Recommend a powerful binding to combo them like the freerides or outlaws.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good daily driver As a ski patroller I spend alot of time skiing about in a wide variety of snow conditions, generally with a bunch of stuff on, pack, radio, etc., and often carrying things in my hands. Our area has some high-consequence terrain to add in to the general picture. I need a versatile and easy to use ski, that still has enough substance to provide security at speed or in icy, no-fall situations. On top of all that, it needs to be fun, because I'm on them all day. Who wants to spend all day on a ski that isn't fun, right? The Boundary 107 does all these things adequately well. It's not a super-damp and heavy charger, which is fine, because I don't spend all day charging. But, it's also not a super-soft 'fun-shape' ski like some of the others. It's stiff enough to go pretty fast when I need it to, and it has good edge hold when I really want it. Further, it's a fun ski for the whole mountain; pow, mank, chop, bumps, groomers, even the beginner jumps in the kiddie park. The tip and tail profile make the ski float well and ski through chop predictably. Not hooky, no surprises. The tail is rockered but is straight enough to drive into the snow to anchor a toboggan or make an X. It's also stiff enough to finish a turn with a little power and pop, which I think is fun, especially in softer snow. On hardpack maybe I'd like a little more camber, but then again, that would detract from the general ease of use that this ski has. I went with the 184cm length even though I'm 6'2" and 210lbs with kit. Maybe I'd go with the 192 as a personal ski, but for a work ski the 184 is great. Besides, I have the 188 Megawatt for deep days and AC work. I detuned the edges with a file at the tip and tail and with a gummy stone underfoot, and the edge bite is just right. Overall I'm very pleased with the ski. Sure, there are better pow skis, better carvers, better chargers, but for a ski that works well all over the mountain it's a good choice.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Skied the Boundary 4 days now, I believe they hit the sweet spot with this ski Great ski powder and groomed. BD's target was 60% powder and 40% hard; the ski works great in both environments. It holds an edge at high speed and eats up the trees in our Steamboat powder.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun skiing! I've skied on this ski twice now and am loving the turning and the stability. It was a good purchase and I am very satisfied with the overall product.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Soo Good! I bought these at the end of December. I saw the reviews and skier's choice award, those helped me make my decision to buy them. WOW! They are so much fun. I've probably skied them 20-30 days now and I am having trouble finding something to complain about... O.K. My complaint is that they're kind of ugly, the color scheme and graphic aren't all that cool - That's the biggest problem with the ski that does everything, so I think BD has done a great job! I am honestly surprised that I don't see more of these skis on the mountain, but I expect that to change. I feel like I should be getting paid for how much I'm talking about them, I'm not getting paid, but when I get something that works so well, I can't help it I just want to share the love! I've had them in the shallow powder, the deep powder, groomers, the slush, the crud and everything in between. That rubber dampening thing at just behind the point of contact - I thought it was a gimmick at first, but now I am a believer. This is a great all round ski! If you're only buying one pair of skis this should be the pair, if you have 5 pairs, you should sell them all, buy the boundary 107's, then spend all that extra cash on skiing more often!
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome in Lake Tahoe Bought this ski to be my workhorse, getting me around the job as a lifty at Heavenly Resort in Lake Tahoe. I am so glad I purchased this ski as it has performed wonderfully skiing everything from groomers to moguls to cliffs to feet of powder beneath towering Jefferies. Mounted with Alpine Marker Griffon bindings but have seen folks with Telies, and AT's mounted on these guys as well.
Date published: 2017-03-15
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