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Description of Black Diamond Justice SkisAt Black Diamond its all about climbing and skiing. They share the same experiences that you do on rock, ice and snow and these experiences push them to make the best gear possible for their worldwide family of climbers and skiers.With the paradigm-shifting benefits of our new powder-specialty geometry in an all-mountain package, the Justice is a less aggro version of the Megawatt that is built for the everyman skier.FeaturesRockered tip profile, 115-mm wide underfoot and minimal camber for user-friendly, bar-raising powder skiingCNC-machined poplar core wrapped in Torsion Box constructionFormula One Technology with integrated 3D dampeningLess specific and more versatile than the Megawatt
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Free Shipping. Black Diamond Justice Skis FEATURES of the Black Diamond Justice Skis Buoyant 115 mm waist and minimal camber for user-friendly backcountry powder skiing Rocker tip and Semi-Rocker tail for a balance of tip float and underfoot stability Wider and more rockered than the Drift for soft-snow specific touring Lightweight paulownia wood core surrounded by Torsion Box construction, plus carbon fiber reinforcements Formula One Technology with three ribs for maximum torsional stiffness, plus SkinLock tail tabs Optimal Use: 90% soft snow / 10% hard snow
Pure powder machines, the Black Diamond Justice skis feature rockered tips, semi-rockered tails and massive waists to keep you afloat for making fresh turns all day long.
Weighing in at just eight pounds at its shortest length, the Justice is a touring ski with a girthy waist, a little bit of rocker, and a lightweight build. Black Diamond makes fatter touring skis, but the Justice is the most ideal balance between the flotation you want on deep days and the agile chassis you crave for the skin track. Greenhorns might find this ski a little less forgiving than they need, but experienced sidecountry and beyond-the-ropes skiers could easily turn this into their one-and-only touring selection.