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Black Diamond Helio 95 Ski

Brand: Black Diamond
Model: Helio 95
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The Helio construction is Black Diamond’s next step in carbon-fiber evolution. Noticeably more damp than BD’s prior carbon skis, the Helios have a layer of rubber in the sidewall near your heel to reduce vibration. The torsional stiffness and progressive flex come from a carbon fiber wrap around a balsa flax core, protected by a full ABS sidewall. As importantly, the Helios are easy to ski with a modern shape and rockered tip. BD designed the skis to have technical chops but not be too demanding. The result is a ski you can trust to ski big lines in variable conditions. Of course, with a generous underfoot width, the 95mm version is pretty fun in powder too.

  • Sidewall Dampening System integrates rubber behind the contact point to reduce chatter.
  • Pre-preg carbon fiber around a balsa flax wood core is torsionally stiff with a progressive flex.
  • 5mm thick ABS sidewalls are beveled to increase edge hold while protecting from edge damage.
  • Titanal mounting plate makes for reliable mounts, remounts, and possibly mounts after that.
  • Rounded tips and integrated skin-clip tab in the tail make it easy to fit skins to the skis.
Lengths (cm) 163, 173, 183
-> ounces
1100g [163]
1250g [173]
1400g [183]
Weight (pair) 2200g [163]
2500g [173]
2800g [183]
Dimensions 122-95-112 [163]
123-95-113 [173]
125-95-114 [183]
Turn Radius 18m [163]
19m [173]
20m [183]
Skin Fix Round tip, reinforced flat-notch tail
Specs Verified
Profile 303-340mm rockered tip, traditional camber w/ 221-245mm "Semi Rocker" tail
Shape Rounded tip, medium radius, flat tail
Construction Flat sandwich with pre-preg carbon layup
Core Balsa flax wood core
Skimo Co Says
Usage All-day objectives
Notes Rubber in the sidewall behind heel for dampness
Bottom Line Go anywhere, do anything, all day
Question from Jerry
How are you sizing these? 5.7, 150 lbs
Answer from jbo
Hi Jerry, ideal length depends on planned usage. At your size I'd go with the 173 for all-around skiing, though you could get away with the shorter version for mountaineering.
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