Peak® 110 by Bode

your future just got deeper

The biggest days await you and your Peak 110s with KeyHole Technology™. It’s a quiver ski for most, but a daily driver in Deepville. Discover what it’s like to float AND carve.

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Peak® 110 by Bode

80% Off-Piste20% On-Piste

Regular price $822.00
Regular price $1,281.00 Sale price $822.00
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When the atmospheric rivers are flowing in the coast ranges, the 110 is an everyday ski. We’re talking Tahoe to Whistler, where the snow is more of a dense cream than a cold smoke. For most everyone else, the 110 comes out on storm days. There’s not a dump that can sink it. Bizarrely, you can rip turns on it inbounds too. That’s Bode’s signature on there. It’s the most versatile ski over 108mm we’ve ever tested. 

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We offer free shipping on any purchases over €50 within the European Union. That applies to returns too.

Elsewhere else in the world, the customer pays shipping, duties and fees, which is all easily calculated with our FedEx app at checkout.

Free Returns

Don't love your skis? Exchange or return for a full refund. If you receive your new Peak skis in the summer or fall, you have until December 31st of that year to return them for another set of skis or a full refund. (That way you have time to ski on them in December.) If you buy and receive your skis after December 31st, you have 30 days to ski them and decide.

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Warranty

While unlikely, it’s possible that you will receive a pair of skis with a minor flaw. It’s also possible, while out enjoying your skis, something goes wrong with them that is unrelated to the ski conditions or environment. Should a circumstance arise where you discover a flaw after putting your skis on snow, and you are the original owner, we will happily replace them for up to three years from the date of purchase. Enjoying your skis is paramount; if enjoying your skis results in damage to the skis from any number of hazards that exist in the mountain environment, we trust that you’ll understand if we have a tough time replacing them due to conditions or circumstances outside of Peak’s realm of influence.

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Peak® 110 by Bode

Whats Under the Hood

If not for the KeyHole™—and our dedication to delivering a smooth flex in each length—the 88 might come off as burly. Two full sheets of metal sandwich a paulownia and ash core and the bottom alloy runs “over the keys” in ski engineer speak. What the hell does that mean? The ski’s edges offer more bite.

But don’t get scared off. Because the 88 is built around our concept of “accessible power,” it only skis as hard as you do.

Additional Tech

 Peak® 110 by Bode
  • Weight
    (per ski)
    1804g
  • Shovel Width 137mm
  • Waist 110mm
  • Tail Width 128mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
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Peak 110 by Bode

I got my ski's late spring and didn't get a chance to ride them. If they are anywhere close to the 98's they will be a blast. I will update next season.

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David Robertson Robertson
Fabulous

My absolute favorite all mountain ski. They handle every aspect of the mountain. They are not just for powder, which the 110 excels. Carving groomers are a blast, moguls no problem. Love them.
Can’t wait to try my 104 Davs

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B.W.W.
Peak 110 at Big Sky MT

I got my 110's 168 length in Jan 2024. I am 75 and still 5'6" 140 lbs and now ski only at Big Sky MT when I can get here. I bought the 110's for powder but we had only poor conditions in early Jan with only a little fresh. I had to try them anyway and was impressed on how well these powder skis handled the poor cold hard thin snow conditions then. I didn't get back to MT and my 110's until the end of March 2024 where we still didn't have much powder. Then I used my 110's all over Lone Peak at Big Sky and Moonlight in cool light powder, heavy soft, soft very warm 45F+ and followed by cold refrozen hard and boiler plate. I have taken them down from the tram several times and even took them down the Big Couloir just to see if these powder skis would work and was surprised that they did grip and hold as well as my other heavier stiffer skis. I am very impressed with how well they can handle all conditions all over the mountain with good edge grip when needed and no chatter. They are ok and handle speed but as expected that's not what they are made for. I had a chance to trade off with a friend who just got the same size 104's on a refrozen boiler plate day. My 110's were going fine but I found the 104's did feel more stable at speed on crusty groomers. So far I haven't had a chance to run my 110's in the powder I bought them for. I didn't expect them to be a good all mountain ski at all and am happy to find they are more than sufficient and can turn quickly in the trees too. But for a purposeful all mountain and powder ski I would have to suggest the 104's.

J
John

tore out on lap three... guess ill try heli coils at some pt... disappointed. my 98's have both been solid without heli coils.

M
Malcolm Kennedy
Peak 110-A playful ski!

I am a hard charging advanced skier that sticks to the fall line. So, I got my Peak 110 by Bode in the 188 length (very long for my height) and the first day out I was expecting groomers and fresh off-piste; but found a mogul field. I'm thinking, "oh boy fun, wide and long skis in crappy 2000's moguls" (these ain't your 70's moguls folks) and the Peak 110's were surprisingly nimble, handling the terrain with no problem. In the PNW we don't get that super fluffy pow; but I found the 110's as floaty as I would expect from a pow ski of this width. When you hit the groomers (which I always do) the 110's held an edge and they liked to go fast. I found these to be fun skis, which I will likely ski on more than just the few "fresh Snow" days I get a year. I got pushed around a bit in the 8-10" chop; but once it was knocked down a bit, these skis just ate it up and skiing freshies by the trees was serene. The Peak 110 by Bode are an excellent choice for a resort pow ski to fill out my quiver (Nordica Dobermann Spitfire 80 RB-fast carving, Paek 88 by Bode-daily driver, Nordica Enforcer 100-tough snow conditions, early and late season, Peak 110 by Bode-anytime anywhere!)

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
92%
(23)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
G
G.V.
Peak 110 by Bode

I got my ski's late spring and didn't get a chance to ride them. If they are anywhere close to the 98's they will be a blast. I will update next season.

D
David Robertson Robertson
Fabulous

My absolute favorite all mountain ski. They handle every aspect of the mountain. They are not just for powder, which the 110 excels. Carving groomers are a blast, moguls no problem. Love them.
Can’t wait to try my 104 Davs

B
B.W.W.
Peak 110 at Big Sky MT

I got my 110's 168 length in Jan 2024. I am 75 and still 5'6" 140 lbs and now ski only at Big Sky MT when I can get here. I bought the 110's for powder but we had only poor conditions in early Jan with only a little fresh. I had to try them anyway and was impressed on how well these powder skis handled the poor cold hard thin snow conditions then. I didn't get back to MT and my 110's until the end of March 2024 where we still didn't have much powder. Then I used my 110's all over Lone Peak at Big Sky and Moonlight in cool light powder, heavy soft, soft very warm 45F+ and followed by cold refrozen hard and boiler plate. I have taken them down from the tram several times and even took them down the Big Couloir just to see if these powder skis would work and was surprised that they did grip and hold as well as my other heavier stiffer skis. I am very impressed with how well they can handle all conditions all over the mountain with good edge grip when needed and no chatter. They are ok and handle speed but as expected that's not what they are made for. I had a chance to trade off with a friend who just got the same size 104's on a refrozen boiler plate day. My 110's were going fine but I found the 104's did feel more stable at speed on crusty groomers. So far I haven't had a chance to run my 110's in the powder I bought them for. I didn't expect them to be a good all mountain ski at all and am happy to find they are more than sufficient and can turn quickly in the trees too. But for a purposeful all mountain and powder ski I would have to suggest the 104's.

J
John

tore out on lap three... guess ill try heli coils at some pt... disappointed. my 98's have both been solid without heli coils.

M
Malcolm Kennedy
Peak 110-A playful ski!

I am a hard charging advanced skier that sticks to the fall line. So, I got my Peak 110 by Bode in the 188 length (very long for my height) and the first day out I was expecting groomers and fresh off-piste; but found a mogul field. I'm thinking, "oh boy fun, wide and long skis in crappy 2000's moguls" (these ain't your 70's moguls folks) and the Peak 110's were surprisingly nimble, handling the terrain with no problem. In the PNW we don't get that super fluffy pow; but I found the 110's as floaty as I would expect from a pow ski of this width. When you hit the groomers (which I always do) the 110's held an edge and they liked to go fast. I found these to be fun skis, which I will likely ski on more than just the few "fresh Snow" days I get a year. I got pushed around a bit in the 8-10" chop; but once it was knocked down a bit, these skis just ate it up and skiing freshies by the trees was serene. The Peak 110 by Bode are an excellent choice for a resort pow ski to fill out my quiver (Nordica Dobermann Spitfire 80 RB-fast carving, Paek 88 by Bode-daily driver, Nordica Enforcer 100-tough snow conditions, early and late season, Peak 110 by Bode-anytime anywhere!)