willhuck4food wrote a review of Black Diamond Justice Ski on May 25, 2011
These skis are great for soft snow and good conditions. I have skied them mostly in the backcountry, and they are great for this purpose. Lightweight for the up, they are soft on the down with lots of width. The soft flex and rockered tips made them playfull and bouncy in short turns, while the width and length (I got them in 185cm for an AT setup, I am 6'2 and 200 lbs) allowed them to ski great at GS turns. They really come into their own on steep, deep lines. The width and foregiving flex allows them to make fun, playful, surfy turns, but just make sure you are carving BOTH skis since the uphill ski has so much surface area. They don't carve hard rails in pow like a stiffer freeride ski, but I kind of like that if I am skiing a lot of vert in a day, as you can make fun turns with tired legs, which I feel is also a safety consideration in the backcountry. Keep in mind this is not an all around ski. They do not carve on hardpack and they mush out in bumps. The tail is not very supportive if you ski with a heavy pack keep this in mind.