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Boundary 115 Ski - 2nd - Fall 2016

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Combining a modern rocker profile, hybrid shape and pow-seeking 115-mm waist, the Boundary 115 is our go-to freeride ski for the deepest days of the season. These 2nd quality skis feature cosmetic flaws that in no way affect their performance.


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Built for “4x4 or chains required” kind of days, the Black Diamond Boundary 115 ski is a rockered pow slayer for the biggest overnight totals of the season. Our widest freeride ski, the Boundary 115 is outfitted with a playful modern shape and fat 115-mm waist with enough turning capacity for tight trees and narrow chokes. The Boundary’s 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. These 2nd quality skis feature cosmetic flaws that in no way affect their performance.

  • Floaty 115-mm waist for deep-snow performance
  • 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: 70% soft snow / 30% hard snow

Boundary Ski Series Construction

Boundary Ski Series Construction diagram
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.




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