Black Diamond Quadrant

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Equal parts downhill crusher and lightweight hiking machine, the Black Diamond Quadrant is for those who want stiff, responsive flex and touring flexibility, and aren't willing to sacrifice either. The boot's Efficient Fit AT Liner features improved fit and articulating zones for all-day warmth and touring comfort. The Quadrant's lightweight design and 40 degrees of resistance-free touring touring motion take the grind out of the skin track, and its 4-buckle, overlap shell and redesigned plastic liner tongue allows for maximum power transmission when it's time to drop in.

- CampSaver.com

The Black Diamond Quadrant randonee boots bring the downhill performance of a freeride boot together with the light weight of a touring boot so you can take your big skis into the backcountry.

- REI

Men take note: Black Diamond's Quadrant Alpine Touring Boot offers the lightweight chassis of a touring boot and the power and precision of a freeride boot all in one. Precise and stiff enough for long, high-speed turns, this AT boot is a tool for seasoned backcountry skiers who want to take on steep mountains and skin-accessed terrain without sacrificing downhill performance. In walk mode, you're treated to a massive 40 degrees of buttery-smooth cuff flex and in ski mode, the cuff locks securely into place against the shell of the boot for rock-solid shredding. The Quadrant is the stiffest of Black Diamond's alpine touring boots and it's built for technical ascents and neck-snapping speeds.

- Backcountry.com

Description of Black Diamond Quadrant BootsOur premier 4-buckle freetouring boot, the Black Diamond Quadrant defies convention by bringing skiing performance and stiffness previously reserved for freeride boots to the touring weight range. Designed with technical mountains like La Grave in mind, where long climbs lead to no-fall-zone skiing, this boot matches touring comfort and minimal weight with the power and performance to drive big, 95 mm-plus waisted skis in high-consequence terrain. Thanks to its patent-pending Pivoting Cuff Technology, the Quadrant has introduced a level of performance thats never before been possible in a lightweight boot.FeaturesLightweight 1.72 kg each alpine touring boot with 4 buckles for maximum stiffnessTriax Pivot Frame with Flex 120 and unmatched 40 of resistance-free touring motionEfficient Fit AT Liner with lightweight Boa closure systemRockered, rubber outsole with integrated tech inserts provides dramatic grip and durabilitySeries Efficient Alpine TouringWeight Per Pair 3.43 kg, 7 lb 10 oz size 27Boot Liner Efficient Fit ATFrame TechnologyTriax PivotFlex Index 120Forward Lean 14 or 18Shell Material PebaxCuff Material PolyolefinBuckles 4

- US Outdoor Store