Black Diamond Drift

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The Black Diamond Drift skis cruise through soft snow with a semi-rockered tip and 100mm waist, and they're light enough to take on long backcountry trips in search of untracked terrain.


Free Shipping. Black Diamond Drift Skis FEATURES of the Black Diamond Drift Skis Semi-Rocker tip and a 100 mm waist for easy trail breaking on the up and effortless surfing on the down Lightweight paulownia wood core surrounded by Torsion Box construction, plus carbon fiber reinforcements Formula One Technology with three ribs for maximum torsional stiffness Flat tail with SkinLock for solid anchors and secure, durable skin attachment while maximizing running length Optimal Use: 70% soft snow / 30% hard snow SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Drift Skis Tail Style: Traditional The SPECS for 166 cm Dimension: 134 x 100 x 121in. Turn Radius: 20 m Length: 166 cm Weight: per pair: 6 lbs 5 oz / 2.87 kg Tip Style: 218 mm Semi Rocker The SPECS for 176 cm Dimension: 136 x 100 x 122in. Turn Radius: 21 m Length: 176 cm Weight: per pair: 6 lbs 12 oz / 3.05 kg Tip Style: 231 mm Semi Rocker The SPECS for 186 cm Dimension: 138 x 100 x 123in. Turn Radius: 22 m Length: 186 cm Weight: per pair: 7 lbs 10 oz / 3.46 kg Tip Style: 245 mm Semi Rocker

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Black Diamond Equipment's Drift Alpine skis are lightweight backcountry powder beasts that love to turn. The wide 100mm waist and soft-flexing, rockered tip float like a dream in fresh snow, and the ski offers easy turn initiation in variable conditions. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

If breaking trail in pursuit of your own private stash is your idea of a good time, the Black Diamond Drift Skis are the perfect match. These lightweight backcountry powder skis feature modest tip rocker, traditional camber underfoot and versatile flat tails. The Drift delivers the benefits of tip rock with the traditional feel of a cambered ski. Their lightweight construction can mean the difference between three and four laps on your next dawn patrol session. The modestly rockered tip moves into medium radius turns with ease. There is no doubt that a damp, stout ski is fun at the ski resort, but when it comes to the endless untracked backcountry, light skis are the ticket. Matched with telemark or lightweight alpine touring bindings, the Black Diamond Drift Skis are a backcountry ski quiver of one.

- Altrec Outlet