This Just In: 2012-2013 Black Diamond Skis

Hey folks, we’re chalk full of winter gear, including a whole bunch of 2012-2013 Black Diamond Warrant and Ember skis. ┬áCheck out the info below and stop by. ┬áThese planks are smokin’.

2012-2013 Black Diamond Warrant (178cm, Marker Griffon bindings)

Like it or not, conditions aren’t always full blower powder. Enter the new Black Diamond Warrant. This frontside ski’s 3D Sandwich construction provides aggressive edge bite in firm snow, with a light and lively feel thanks to its poplar wood core. An aggressive sidecut and wide, soft flexing tip make for easy, slice-and-dice turns anywhere from the groomers to chalky, open bowls.

  • 95 mm waist with full-length camber for lively, snappy feel out of every turn
  • Traditional tip and tail rise offer full-length edge contact and maximum stability
  • More sidecut, lighter and easier turning at any speed than the Verdict
  • 3D Sandwich poplar wood core with ABS tapered sidewalls for maximum energy return
  • Dual Torsion Bow Technology with two ribs puts power to the edges from tip to tail
  • Optimal use: 40% soft snow / 60% hard snow

Black Diamond Ember Women’s Ski (168cm, Marker Griffon or BD O1 Bindings)

The all-new Black Diamond Ember is designed from the ground up for women who want an everyday, all-mountain ski for frontside terrain. Its 3D Sandwich construction offers up precision turns on firm snow, plus a light and lively feel thanks to its poplar wood core. A deep sidecut and wide, soft flexing tip make for an easy-turning ski ideal for any day short of a full-on powder fest.

  • 95 mm waist, full-length camber, and women’s-specific flex for lively, snappy feel out of every turn
  • Traditional tip and tail rise offer full-length edge contact and maximum stability
  • More sidecut, lighter and easier turning at any speed than the Verdict
  • 3D Sandwich poplar wood core with ABS tapered sidewalls for maximum energy return
  • Dual Torsion Bow Technology with two ribs puts power to the edges from tip to tail
  • Optimal use: 40% soft snow / 60% hard snow

Written by Jenny