Black Crows Corvus Ski

Black Crows Corvus Ski
Black Crows Corvus Ski
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Corvus Ski by Black Crows
Don't even check the weather before you head to the hill next weekend because you can trust the versatility of the Black Crows Corvus ski to provide a high performance ride no matter the snow conditions. This 107mm waisted ski is built to handle pow in the morning, chop in the afternoon, and firm snow during high pressure systems without skipping a beat. The Reverse Camber with a flat section underfoot creates this versatility by biting firm pack for confident edging, while also floating over powder and skipping through crud. This profile works exceptionally well thanks to the overall stiff flex in the center of the poplar core where the titanal is located, that gets softer in the tip and tail for more forgiveness and maneuverability. When combined these two features provide a easily pivoting turn, quick edge initiation, and stable performance at high speeds so that you can charge all over the mountain from first chair to last call.

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SKU: BKCB026
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