By Tyler Allen EBS Senior Editor
The G3 Boundary 100 ski is truly a daily driver. The British Columbia-based company’s Powerlight Stealth Construction creates a playful, powerful and lightweight board whether you’re ripping fresh corduroy, pristine powder, or anything in between.
I tested the 185-centimeter long boards, and found them a perfect compromise for all the slopes I could find to slide them down. They were able to handle moguls and chopped up pow at Big Sky Resort, but were enough ski to surf 10 inches of fresh when I took them out of the stable into Beehive Basin.
At 3 pounds, 9 ounces per ski, they leave you with plenty of gas for the ride down during long tours, and let you make evasive maneuvers when the terrain dictates. The Boundary 100s were my first foray into the G3 lineup, and have me convinced our neighbors to the north know how to build great skis.