Black Crows Atris Ski

Black Crows Atris Ski
Black Crows Atris Ski
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Atris Ski by Black Crows
If you crave big, futuristic lines, deep, sparkling snow, and insane speed, the Atris Ski is the stick that dreams are made of. Black Crows slightly tweaked the Atris this season to be a more stable ride at high speeds without losing any of its playful nature and versatile nimbleness. The Atris' 108 millimeter waist is more than enough to keep you up when the snow is deep, while the tip and tail rocker and slightly extended sidecut find the balance between easy maneuverability and high-speed stability. Underfoot camber further adds to this charger's impressive stability, and also makes each turn feel responsive and energetic. The stiff and consistent flex paired with the playfulness and energy of a poplar wood core promises versatility, whether you're skiing big spines in Alaska or ripping the backside at your home mountain.

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SKU: BKCB025
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