Black Crows Justis Ski

Black Crows Justis Ski
Black Crows Justis Ski
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Justis Ski by Black Crows
Enjoy groomers, firm snow, and light powder alike on the Black Crows Justis Ski. These all mountain destroyers provide you with power and versatility to lay an edge just about anywhere. The camber underfoot, 100mm waist, and titanal plate combine to help you drive power to your edges at high speeds no matter the conditions.

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SKU: BKCB020
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