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Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings Women's 2015 - 166

The Volkl Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings is the perfect set-up for the chick who is at home on the groomers, but isn't afraid to ski off-piste from time to time. A rockered tip will give you enough flotation in fresh snow and will mash through crud with ease. Volkl sheds off some weight from this ski with the XTD progressive technology to make carving those perfect s-turns a thing of beauty. The Volkl Aurena set-up will take your game from green circle to blue square and black diamond

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Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings Women's 2015 - 153

The Volkl Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings is the perfect set-up for the chick who is at home on the groomers, but isn't afraid to ski off-piste from time to time. A rockered tip will give you enough flotation in fresh snow and will mash through crud with ease. Volkl sheds off some weight from this ski with the XTD progressive technology to make carving those perfect s-turns a thing of beauty. The Volkl Aurena set-up will take your game from green circle to blue square and black diamond

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Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings Women's 2015 - 141

The Volkl Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings is the perfect set-up for the chick who is at home on the groomers, but isn't afraid to ski off-piste from time to time. A rockered tip will give you enough flotation in fresh snow and will mash through crud with ease. Volkl sheds off some weight from this ski with the XTD progressive technology to make carving those perfect s-turns a thing of beauty. The Volkl Aurena set-up will take your game from green circle to blue square and black diamond

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Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings Women's 2015 - 159

The Volkl Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings is the perfect set-up for the chick who is at home on the groomers, but isn't afraid to ski off-piste from time to time. A rockered tip will give you enough flotation in fresh snow and will mash through crud with ease. Volkl sheds off some weight from this ski with the XTD progressive technology to make carving those perfect s-turns a thing of beauty. The Volkl Aurena set-up will take your game from green circle to blue square and black diamond

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Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings Women's 2015 - 147

The Volkl Aurena Skis + Essenza 4Motion 10.0 Bindings is the perfect set-up for the chick who is at home on the groomers, but isn't afraid to ski off-piste from time to time. A rockered tip will give you enough flotation in fresh snow and will mash through crud with ease. Volkl sheds off some weight from this ski with the XTD progressive technology to make carving those perfect s-turns a thing of beauty. The Volkl Aurena set-up will take your game from green circle to blue square and black diamond

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Traverse Two-Piece Ski Poles

The workhorse ski pole of Black Diamond's fleet of poles. They're almost as light as carbon fiber poles but cost half the price. Efficient Series grip and strap increases security while trimming weight. Grip extension lets you choke up on the poles during steep climbs. The stainless-steel...

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Quadrant Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Titanium/Envy Green, 29.5

Having a featherweight touring boot is awesome, but what's the point if you get to the top and find yourself paralyzed with fear because you're afraid your 32-flex tin-foil boots will collapse if you have the audacity to try and make a turn? If you're looking for a little more beef, check out Black Diamond's Quadrant Men's Alpine Touring Boot, which is light--under four pounds per boot--but boasts a burly 120 flex that'll have you ripping big lines even faster than you hiked up them. The liner's been totally redesigned to be warmer, with fully taped seams, and more efficient, with anatomic flex zones for the climb and a smooth-flexing plastic tongue for stiffness on the descent. It's also fully heat moldable, so you can kiss hot spots, pinching, and rubbing goodbye. The Quadrant skis like a burly boot, but it also climbs like a mountain goat. Black Diamond's Triax Pivot frame gives you 40 of cuff rotation for a smooth, natural stride, and the 103mm V-shaped locks gives your foot plenty of room but locks your heel ankle in place for comfortable blister-free touring. Black Diamond finished the Quadrant off with a rockered rubber sole and integrated tech fittings for easy hiking and skinning, and tossed in a beefy power strap for improved downhill performance.

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Quadrant Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Titanium/Envy Green, 26.5

Having a featherweight touring boot is awesome, but what's the point if you get to the top and find yourself paralyzed with fear because you're afraid your 32-flex tin-foil boots will collapse if you have the audacity to try and make a turn? If you're looking for a little more beef, check out Black Diamond's Quadrant Men's Alpine Touring Boot, which is light--under four pounds per boot--but boasts a burly 120 flex that'll have you ripping big lines even faster than you hiked up them. The liner's been totally redesigned to be warmer, with fully taped seams, and more efficient, with anatomic flex zones for the climb and a smooth-flexing plastic tongue for stiffness on the descent. It's also fully heat moldable, so you can kiss hot spots, pinching, and rubbing goodbye. The Quadrant skis like a burly boot, but it also climbs like a mountain goat. Black Diamond's Triax Pivot frame gives you 40 of cuff rotation for a smooth, natural stride, and the 103mm V-shaped locks gives your foot plenty of room but locks your heel ankle in place for comfortable blister-free touring. Black Diamond finished the Quadrant off with a rockered rubber sole and integrated tech fittings for easy hiking and skinning, and tossed in a beefy power strap for improved downhill performance.

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Quadrant Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Titanium/Envy Green, 28.5

Having a featherweight touring boot is awesome, but what's the point if you get to the top and find yourself paralyzed with fear because you're afraid your 32-flex tin-foil boots will collapse if you have the audacity to try and make a turn? If you're looking for a little more beef, check out Black Diamond's Quadrant Men's Alpine Touring Boot, which is light--under four pounds per boot--but boasts a burly 120 flex that'll have you ripping big lines even faster than you hiked up them. The liner's been totally redesigned to be warmer, with fully taped seams, and more efficient, with anatomic flex zones for the climb and a smooth-flexing plastic tongue for stiffness on the descent. It's also fully heat moldable, so you can kiss hot spots, pinching, and rubbing goodbye. The Quadrant skis like a burly boot, but it also climbs like a mountain goat. Black Diamond's Triax Pivot frame gives you 40 of cuff rotation for a smooth, natural stride, and the 103mm V-shaped locks gives your foot plenty of room but locks your heel ankle in place for comfortable blister-free touring. Black Diamond finished the Quadrant off with a rockered rubber sole and integrated tech fittings for easy hiking and skinning, and tossed in a beefy power strap for improved downhill performance.

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Shiva MX 110 Ski Boots Women's 2014 - 23.5

Don't compromise on downhill performance with the Black Diamond Shiva Mx 110 Ski Boots. These burly boots come ready to take on the burliest terrain and funkiest snow the mountain throws your way. Thanks to Black Diamond's Direct Connect Sole Blocks, you can swap between alpine, frame AT and tech bindings in a few minutes, with a boot that features 40� of movement in hike mode and a super stiff 110 flex. Get it all, girl.

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Factor Mx 130 Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Mean Green, 24.5

It's not just the hippies. Freeride skiers with their hair ablaze love the freshies, too, so Black Diamond brings you the brand-new Factor Mx 130 Men's Alpine Touring Boot, a hard-driving freeride boot that's light and nimble enough for climbing yet stiff and strong for bombing downhills. It features a ski/walk mode that gives you the freedom to carry an efficient stride when skinning or bootpacking, but it delivers a burly 130 flex and lateral stiffness for the gnarliest, high-speed descents. Because the ski boot is the most personal of ski gear, the Factor Mx offers you two customization features: a heat-moldable Power liner and interchangeable sole blocks. The liner hugs your every foot curve for maximum energy efficiency and comfort, and you can swap from DIN-compatible sole blocks for a day at the resort to AT/Tech-compatible for a dawn-patrol powder mission. The Triax Pro frame and overlap construction mean smooth yet rigid forward flex for high performance on the descent and ascent. Capable in-resort, hucking meat and stomping it, yet equipped for backcountry excursions for those sick lines calling your name, the Factor gives you that added climbing convenience without compromise.

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Factor Mx 130 Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Mean Green, 29.5

It's not just the hippies. Freeride skiers with their hair ablaze love the freshies, too, so Black Diamond brings you the brand-new Factor Mx 130 Men's Alpine Touring Boot, a hard-driving freeride boot that's light and nimble enough for climbing yet stiff and strong for bombing downhills. It features a ski/walk mode that gives you the freedom to carry an efficient stride when skinning or bootpacking, but it delivers a burly 130 flex and lateral stiffness for the gnarliest, high-speed descents. Because the ski boot is the most personal of ski gear, the Factor Mx offers you two customization features: a heat-moldable Power liner and interchangeable sole blocks. The liner hugs your every foot curve for maximum energy efficiency and comfort, and you can swap from DIN-compatible sole blocks for a day at the resort to AT/Tech-compatible for a dawn-patrol powder mission. The Triax Pro frame and overlap construction mean smooth yet rigid forward flex for high performance on the descent and ascent. Capable in-resort, hucking meat and stomping it, yet equipped for backcountry excursions for those sick lines calling your name, the Factor gives you that added climbing convenience without compromise.

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Factor Mx 130 Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Mean Green, 30.5

It's not just the hippies. Freeride skiers with their hair ablaze love the freshies, too, so Black Diamond brings you the brand-new Factor Mx 130 Men's Alpine Touring Boot, a hard-driving freeride boot that's light and nimble enough for climbing yet stiff and strong for bombing downhills. It features a ski/walk mode that gives you the freedom to carry an efficient stride when skinning or bootpacking, but it delivers a burly 130 flex and lateral stiffness for the gnarliest, high-speed descents. Because the ski boot is the most personal of ski gear, the Factor Mx offers you two customization features: a heat-moldable Power liner and interchangeable sole blocks. The liner hugs your every foot curve for maximum energy efficiency and comfort, and you can swap from DIN-compatible sole blocks for a day at the resort to AT/Tech-compatible for a dawn-patrol powder mission. The Triax Pro frame and overlap construction mean smooth yet rigid forward flex for high performance on the descent and ascent. Capable in-resort, hucking meat and stomping it, yet equipped for backcountry excursions for those sick lines calling your name, the Factor gives you that added climbing convenience without compromise.

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Factor Mx 130 Alpine Touring Boot - Men's Mean Green, 25.5

It's not just the hippies. Freeride skiers with their hair ablaze love the freshies, too, so Black Diamond brings you the brand-new Factor Mx 130 Men's Alpine Touring Boot, a hard-driving freeride boot that's light and nimble enough for climbing yet stiff and strong for bombing downhills. It features a ski/walk mode that gives you the freedom to carry an efficient stride when skinning or bootpacking, but it delivers a burly 130 flex and lateral stiffness for the gnarliest, high-speed descents. Because the ski boot is the most personal of ski gear, the Factor Mx offers you two customization features: a heat-moldable Power liner and interchangeable sole blocks. The liner hugs your every foot curve for maximum energy efficiency and comfort, and you can swap from DIN-compatible sole blocks for a day at the resort to AT/Tech-compatible for a dawn-patrol powder mission. The Triax Pro frame and overlap construction mean smooth yet rigid forward flex for high performance on the descent and ascent. Capable in-resort, hucking meat and stomping it, yet equipped for backcountry excursions for those sick lines calling your name, the Factor gives you that added climbing convenience without compromise.

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SuperFree Skis Women's 2014 - 167

Intermediate skiers, gather 'round. Here's a pair of skis you won't want to miss out on: the K2 SuperFree Skis. The name says it all. You want to be free, and these skis let you be SuperFree. Equipped with an All-Terrain Rocker and All-Terrain Rocks technology that'll give you an accurate turn initiation as well as the torsional stability to ride smoothly at high speeds, the SuperFrees will support you all across the mountain. Whether you're off killing it on black diamond runs by yourself, or chasing your little groms down bunny hills, the SuperFrees are versatile enough to make sure you have the best ski experience doing either.

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Stiletto Telemark Ski Boot - Women's Mist Green/Potent Purple, 26.5

Built with a host of women-specific features and rocking a buttery smooth flex, Black Diamond designed the Women's Stiletto Telemark Ski Boot to stand alone at the top of its tele boot line. Constructed with long approaches, big ascents, and technical terrain in mind, the Stiletto excels at driving both mid-fat and powder skis in bounds and out.

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Carbon Convert Ski One Color, 188cm

Question: It snowed two feet last night, you've got some big backcountry lines on the menu, and your superlight skinny skis just don't have the float or the backbone to send and stomp like you need to--what's a dude to do? Answer: slap the Black Diamond Carbon Convert Ski on your feet. They have a freeride footprint, with a 105mm waist and rockered tip and tail, but a touring skeleton, with a carbon-fiber laminate and lightweight Paulownia wood core that help the Carbon Convert weigh in at right around six pounds a pair, nearly a full pound lighter than the standard Convert--in fact, at these dimensions, there isn't a lighter ski on the market. It's no skin-track-oriented noodle, though. Black Diamond's Formula One construction uses three stiff ribs that run vertically along the ski for torisional rigidity, letting you blast through high-speed turns and rough snow without deflection or instability. Even if you tag a rock at speed, the tough ABS sidewalls will give you, and your ski, a fighting chance of emerging unscathed, and the extra-thick Power Edges won't crumple under the impact, either. When it's time for the next lap, pop your skins into the SkinLock tail tabs and blast up the ridge as fast as you just came down.

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Verdict Ski One Color, 164cm

Before they sentence you to two years' hard labor for excessive funtimes, make sure the Black Diamond Verdict Ski is safely hidden away so it'll be ready to ride when you get released early for good behavior. It's certainly a ski worth protecting, with its amazing combo of high-speed stability, low-speed comfort, and all-snow performance. Black Diamond designed it with traditional camber underfoot and a rockered tip and tail, so you can hold an edge on hardpack but float easily through powder, and built the ski up around the 3D CNC-machined paulownia wood core for a light, maneuverable feel that's quick and nimble when you're skiing tight tree lines or chutes. The Verdict's inspired by easy-turning "fun-shape" skis, so it's a breeze to handle at low speeds, but has been hooked up with a pre-preg fiberglass laminate, Titanal stringers, and a triple-ribbed Formula One design to keep it stiff, solid, and torsionally rigid when you're mobbing through chop and chunder. All together, this creates a ski that's more playful than Black Diamond's bigger Zealot, but narrower and more directional than the Amperage; a solid do-it-all board for east- and west-coast rippers alike. It's tough, too, with 8mm ABS sidewalls, Power edges, an ABS tail protector, and rocks a P-Tex 4000 sintered base that's crosshatched for better wax retention and higher speeds, because who doesn't like to go fast?

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Element Ski - Women's One Color, 175cm

Squeeze into the packed tram clutching the Black Diamond Women's Element Ski in one hand and your ski poles in another. This slarvy big-mountain plank dwarfs the selection of skis around you and gets more than a few curious stares, but you don't mind as all you can think about is steep and deep lines ahead. Black Diamond gave this women-specific ski a generous amount of rocker in its tip and tail, slight camber underfoot, and a 115mm waist so you can really shine on big-mountain lines, through steep trees, and, of course, in powder. Brought to you by the same twisted minds who crafted its brother in crime, the Men's AMPerage, the Element features a reworked, women-specific flex pattern for more responsive turn initiation. If you're worried about simply getting a dumbed-down version of the AMPerage model, you'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that Black Diamond doesn't believe in such nonsense. As a result the torsional stiffness of the Element is the same for the AMPerage--the available power doesn't change, just the expected applied longitudinal force. Designed with Formula One 3D sandwich technology, the Element is built to handle higher torsional loads with ease for high-performance freeride results. Its 8mm ABS sidewalls provide durability and protection against mechanical damage or regular skier abuse. Made with a poplar 3D CNC wood core, the Element offers a good balance of pop (i. e., energy return) with a classic, smooth feel. To reduce weight while retaining strength, precision, and consistency in the Element, Black Diamond uses Pre-peg composite construction. Used primarily by the aerospace industry, pre-peg allows BD to control the exact amount of epoxy resin used in the Element and to maximize the fiber's contribution to strength and stiffness. Oh, and this beauty of a powder ski features Power edges for superb freeride durability.

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Verdict Ski One Color, 172cm

Before they sentence you to two years' hard labor for excessive funtimes, make sure the Black Diamond Verdict Ski is safely hidden away so it'll be ready to ride when you get released early for good behavior. It's certainly a ski worth protecting, with its amazing combo of high-speed stability, low-speed comfort, and all-snow performance. Black Diamond designed it with traditional camber underfoot and a rockered tip and tail, so you can hold an edge on hardpack but float easily through powder, and built the ski up around the 3D CNC-machined paulownia wood core for a light, maneuverable feel that's quick and nimble when you're skiing tight tree lines or chutes. The Verdict's inspired by easy-turning "fun-shape" skis, so it's a breeze to handle at low speeds, but has been hooked up with a pre-preg fiberglass laminate, Titanal stringers, and a triple-ribbed Formula One design to keep it stiff, solid, and torsionally rigid when you're mobbing through chop and chunder. All together, this creates a ski that's more playful than Black Diamond's bigger Zealot, but narrower and more directional than the Amperage; a solid do-it-all board for east- and west-coast rippers alike. It's tough, too, with 8mm ABS sidewalls, Power edges, an ABS tail protector, and rocks a P-Tex 4000 sintered base that's crosshatched for better wax retention and higher speeds, because who doesn't like to go fast?

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