If you see slow signs as just another feature to jump over on your way to the next pow stash, Black Crows gets you. Black Crows designed the Corvus Ski to be a playful freeride ski with the backbone of a big-mountain ski for all-mountain versatility. The end result is a ski that's stiff enough to handle variable conditions and playful enough to do more than just link tight turns down the mountain. A semi-cap construction combines ABS sidewalls with a capped top sheet for solid durability in a lightweight package, and it has fiberglass laminates above and below the energetic poplar core to increase torsional rigidity. The sidecut moves the widest point of the tips and tails back from either end towards the center, which results in less edge contact, making the ski easier to handle and more predictable when turning. But don't think the ski will suffer when you inevitably hit some hardpack, because with plenty of camber underfoot and just a slightly raised tail, the Corvus will still make big, GS-style turns down the frontside and scrub and pivot when the terrain demands it. A reinforced drilling zone underfoot ensures that bindings won't rip out when you finally stomp that 40-foot drop you've had your eye on all season.
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