Black Crows Solis Alpine Touring Ski

Black Crows Solis Alpine Touring Ski
Black Crows Solis Alpine Touring Ski
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Solis Alpine Touring Ski by Black Crows
A new model by Black Crows, the Solis Ski was born for steep, technical lines, preferably off of the most iconic summits you can find. The solid 100 millimeter waist offers downhill versatility but remains nimble and light on the ascents, while the progressive tip rocker prevents oversteering for a more stable feel. Light camber underfoot combined with a progressive tail shape and slight tail rocker deliver a maneuverable yet balanced ride, with a Titanal plate underfoot for a reliable edge grip on steep lines and firm snow. The Solis is constructed around a poplar core, with beech reinforcement to keep things lightweight yet powerfully rigid. When you're charging down that icy chute, you'll appreciate the helping of carbon and fiberglass for power and confidence-inspiring strength, while the long turn radius makes light work of hard snow and breathtakingly steep lines.

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SKU: BKC003K
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