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Warrant Ski - 2012/13

$599.00 $299.50

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A quick and lively frontside machine with damp 3D Sandwich construction and a wide, soft-flexing tip for easy turn initiation.
Item# BD11503100001781
$599.00 $299.50

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Buy any combination of skis and bindings and receive mounting, base prep and FEDEX Ground shipping (lower 48 states only) for FREE. Questions? Email us at ski@bdel.com or call 800-775-5552 for details and to arrange the right ski package for you!

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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

ROCKER PROFILE

ROCKER PROFILE

Rocker has moved from a niche, powder-specific design to a versatile tool that allows for easy turn initiation, smooth turn release and agile turn-shape variation in any condition. By tuning the rise and length of tip and tail rocker to each ski’s intended use, we’re able to dial in the exact character we want—from deep-snow specialists to hybrid fun-shapes. We have grouped our rockered ski profiles into three categories—Rocker, Semi-Rocker and Traditional based on the tip or tail’s rise length.

 

Tech Specs

Series :   Freeride
Weight Per Pair :  
[168 cm] 3.4 kg (7 lb 8 oz)
[178 cm] 3.9 kg (8 lb 10 oz)
[188 cm] 4.1 kg (9 lb 1 oz)
Dimensions :  
[168 cm] 128-95-116 mm
[178 cm] 130-95-118 mm
[188 cm] 132-95-119 mm
Turn Radius :  
[168 cm] 20 m
[178 cm] 21 m
[188 cm] 22 m
Construction :  
Dual Torsion Bow Tech
3D Sandwich
Poplar wood core
ABS Sidewall
Power Edge

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Dawn Patrol

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A good front-side generalist The Warrant is a good all-around, resort telemark ski. A specialist ski will outperform the Warrant in any one specific condition - but the Warrant functions better as a single-ski quiver on the resort than you can ask of any specialist. Although it isn't a carving ski - It will rail groomers once you get it up to speed. I don't find it to be a finesse ski - so you need to drive it with purpose. Lacks the rocker and width of true powder skis - But it's wider than most anything built a decade ago and they do well on resort snow. They work but they require more balance and speed to stay up high in the deep. March 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A one ski quiver type ski. Been on this ski for a couple months now and have hit everything NE skiing can offer...2+ feet of lake effect to boiler plate, and everything in between. After having skied tele for about 8 years, I wanted a "mid-fat" alpine set up to play on too. These skis are that and much more. They give just the right amount of float, yet can chew up the crud the next day, and still lay down some gnarly trenches in consolidated groomers. Responsive, yet not so robust you have to ski them hard either. They seem to be super durable thus far not rediculously heavy either. Get 'em before they're gone east coasters. February 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by One ski quiver This ski genuinely lives up to its description as written by BD. I've put about 15 days on them so far as my go-to tele setup. The ski performs well on the frontside and has worked out great for the couple moderate sidecountry treks i have taken them on. Additionally, the ski is durable as anything and can take the wear and tear of east coast resort skiing. If your looking for a powder ski, this ski isnt for you. If your looking for a resort rider, this ski isnt for you. But if your looking for a ski that can accomplish anything you throw at it, than i would highly suggest the Warrant. Great bang for your buck. January 7, 2014
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