$239.95 - $799.95
Camox Freebird An all-new take on the famous Camox Freebird, here's a ski that's gradually softened underfoot, with balanced torsion and a cool spirit ready for anything. It is a ski for those who want to have fun in all conditions, which favors skiability over performance, and which offers a pleasant grip at the service of a benevolent rhythm. Forgiving and light, voluntary and progressive, the Camox Freebird accompanies all skiers towards a fairer and more balanced universe.
Explore the path less traveled. The BC 65 Positrack ski moves comfortably from groomed tracks to off-trail exploring and back thanks to a lightweight wood core and full-length metal edges. The waxless Positrack base provides confident grip and glide in all snow conditions with no prep required. All-Conditions Kick and Glide Waxless Positrack base features a positive base structure for the best blend of kick and glide in all snow conditions Easy Handling Activ Cap offers a balance of torsional rigidity and supple flex from tip to tail for all conditions stability Downhill Control Full-length steel edges increase edge grip and control for downhill skiing Light and Durable Wood air core offers durable off-trail performance with air channels for reduced weight
Mirus Cor The Mirus Cor is a ski object born of performance and design, to achieve an alliance between two worlds: freestyle and the most angular carves of the moment. Built with a long rocker tip and tail, it can be skied short to play with piste and the side stashes of the piste. It is carving in a blackcrows approach and freestyle all terrain. Accessible, solid and creative in every sense. COR The Cor blackcrows acronym is found on products that seek to disrupt the practice and innovate to push the creativity on the ground. And on all terrains.
Navis Freebird One of blackcrows iconic adventure skis, the navis is a 102mm dedicated to all types of terrain. With its balance of lift and skiability, alpine feel and progressive front rocker, the Navis Freebird is built for both long distance and everyday quests. Last season's upgrades have increased its versatility, providing a perfect balance between skiability and lightness.
Serpo The Serpo is a young and lively ski in the range for curving on the piste and poking a bit off-piste. With 93mm at the base, it is a good carver, it is there to really play with the terrain with its tolerant flex but it also has positive response thanks to its metal layer for grip and stability, For all that, its performance does not erase the ease and pleasure of the game.
Corvus Freebird The choice of the true touring skiers, the Corvus Freebird benefits from a slight rocker rise in the tip, a dynamic tail and long sidecut. The result is an aggressive and very precise on the entry and exit of the curve for a very energetic skiing. It is also equipped with a titanium plate under the foot to adapt to the new hybrid bindings. Life is always in the pink.
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