About Black Diamond Equipment Stigma Skis - Alpine
Closeouts. Ideal for the skiers who loves to venture off-piste, but doesn't want to be tied down to the backcountry, Black Diamond Equipment's Stigma Alpine skis are designed for all types of terrain and have superb edge control, even at ridiculously fast speeds.
Black Diamond Stigma Ski Size Chart
|Ski Model||Ski Length (cm)||Ski Length (ft/in)||Weight Recommendation (lbs)||Recommended Rider Height (ft/in)||Rider Ability (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert)||Used For...|
|Stigma||182||6'0"||175+||6'0" - 6"4"||Intermediate - Advanced||All Mountain|
|Stigma||174||5'9"||150 - 180||5'9" - 6'0"||Intermediate - Advanced||All Mountain|
|Stigma||166||5'5"||130 - 165||5'5" - 5'9"||Intermediate - Advanced||All Mountain|
|Stigma||158||5'2"||100 - 140||5'2" - 5'6"||Intermediate - Advanced||All Mountain|
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Russell from Pittsburgh on Sunday, March 20, 2011I ordered this ski as a backcountry powder ski. Mounted with Voile CRB hardwires, it has been a solid tele performer at the resort. Compared to the BD Havoc, it has a smaller waist but similar tip and tail dimensions. It does want to turn, turn, turn. It made short work of trees, bumps, and cruisers during some late season runs. I can't say how it performs in deeper snows yet, but I bet it will hold up due to the dimensions.
Despite the shorter lengths available, it is still speedy. It was billed as a lightweight BC ski, yet it didn't have any real drawbacks on the groomed. But, it is not especially lightweight in my opinion.
My pair came with some metal blems in the edges, and needed some file work, which may set you back $$ at the shop unless you're handy.
- Best Uses: All around resort, Downhill
- Cons: Edges were rough
- Describe Yourself: Intermediate
- Pros: Good resort ski
- Sizing: Feels true to size
- Width: Feels true to width