This ski wants to turn.
This ski wants to turn. Its sidecut and flex are optimized for quick carving and forceful arcs in consolidated snow. While the dimensions could be termed “classic,” the construction, including torsionally charged Dual Torsion Bow technology with integrated 3D dampening, transmits exceptional power from the body to the turn and holds rock solid at eye-watering speeds. Designed as a high-performance turner, the Black Diamond Machine excels in hard-carving tight and technical lines.
- Dimensions: 123-79108 mm (174cm)
- Turn Radius: 17.0m
- Weight: 17.0kg
Skier Weight Recommendation
- 182 over 74.8 kg / 165 lb
- 174 65.8 - 83.9 kg / 145 - 185 lb
- 166 56.7 - 70.3 kg / 125 - 155 lb
- 158 under 61.2 kg / 135 lb
- Edge To Edge: 120mm
- Straight Skin: 80mm
- Gearx Recommendation: 100mm
MACHINE 158 cm
- Additional Information
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
Great All Mountain Ski
I purchased this ski for use with my new G3 Onyx bindings as both an on-piste, sidecountry, and backcountry ski. It has not disappointed.
It carved through the icy hardpack on a cold night at Whaleback, and floated well on the powder in the glades at Bolton Valley. They turned exceptionally well for their Read More...
Great All Mountain SkiI purchased this ski for use with my new G3 Onyx bindings as both an on-piste, sidecountry, and backcountry ski. It has not disappointed.
It carved through the icy hardpack on a cold night at Whaleback, and floated well on the powder in the glades at Bolton Valley. They turned exceptionally well for their length, and were very stable at high speeds.
They are heavy for a backcountry ski, but my Garmont Megarides were enough boot to manage them effectively.
One thing has bothered me though. I can't seem to figure out the location of the blemish(es).
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