Black Diamond Equipment
Boundary Pro 115 Ski
A limited-edition ski designed with feedback from our pro athlete team, the Boundary Pro 115 is a wide-waisted freeride powder ski with a modern rockered profile and powerful, torsionally stiff construction—perfect for B.C. pillow lines, deep resort laps or big Alaskan spines. READ MORE
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A limited-edition ski designed with feedback from our pro athlete team, the Boundary Pro 115 is a wide-waisted freeride powder ski with a modern rockered profile and powerful, torsionally stiff construction—perfect for B.C. pillow lines, deep resort laps or big Alaskan spines. Learn More
DescriptionA tuned-up, limited edition of our Boundary 115 built to satisfy the needs of our hard-charging pro athlete team, the Boundary Pro 115 is built for those who want to take playful, deep-snow performance to steep, aggressive lines around the world. For skiers who loved the AMPerage or the original Boundary 115, the Boundary Pro provides the same modern rockered profile and fun responsive performance, with a flat, solid-core construction for added torsional stiffness. This pro upgrade equates to more powerful turning, improved edge-to-edge response and increased stability on cliff drops, pillow lines and high-speed trips through the white room. Austrian-made with pre-preg fiberglass and a poplar wood core, the Boundary Pro 115 not only rips the biggest lines out there, but it does it with style.
- Floaty 115-mm waist is ideal for deep snow
- Rockered tip and tail and traditional camber underfoot
- Made in Austria with a pre-preg fiberglass layup and poplar core
- Flat-top construction for increased power and torsional stiffness
- Optimal Use: 70% soft snow, 30% hard snow
Series : Boundary
Weight Per Pair : [175cm] 4100 g (9 lb)
[185cm] 4300 g (9.5 lb)
[185cm] 4300 g (9.5 lb)
Dimensions : [175cm] 141-115-123
Turn Radius : [175cm] 21 m
[185cm] 22 m
[185cm] 22 m
Construction : Poplar core, Pre-preg fiberglass layup
Boundary Pro 115 Ski is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mtnman4life from Hard Charger not for the faint of heart Ive been on these things for a couple weeks now and it has taken a bit to get them under my feet. Initially I started out at BSC but felt like the tips were constantly wanting to dive in the light stuff. Ended up at 1.5cm back from BSC, would have preferred 1cm but had to live with 1.5cm, and now they feel floaty and fresh. These skis however are not for the faint of heart, if youre not driving them they will drive you. Once you get it though the BP115 are amazing all over the mountain. Ive never felt so confident at speed on light to firm pow hoppin, jumpin, and hootin and hollerin all the way down. Once back on the groomed they will hold and edge no problem. Highly recommend for the hard chargin powder hound!
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barnski from The Nimble Charger I skied this ski in Chile last summer and it rips. Really fun pop rocker energy that makes transitions from turn to turn easy. Damp enough to charge but quick side to side with a light swing weight in the tip and tail. If I were to only have one ski this would be it.
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tobin from Hands down my favourite ski This is my go to ski for everyday skiing in Whistler. Resort, backcountry, pillows, and big lines, the ski is just super fun. It's stiff enough to charge, but bouncy enough to be play with. I can't recommend this ski enough.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by BrZy from Absolutely rips This ski performs wonderfully over the wide variety of conditions expected in the backcountry or sidecountry. The tip shape and rocker make deep snow effortless and chunky/crusty snow much less of a chore. The camber provides confidence on steeper and harder snow and with the moderate radius the ski arcs beautiful turns. Ski is mounted at +2 which gives it an extra slashy vibe. A really fun ski, I hope they continue to make these going forward!
Date published: 2019-02-09