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Powder7 Staff Pick Alex
By: Alex
Ever heard of the song "Best Friend" by Sofi Tukker? Go listen, right now. Then, think about the Atris Birdie, because that can be you two. The new Atris Birdie keeps all the playful and surfy characteristics that made the Atris a shop employee favorite since they graced our shop for the first time. But, the new tweaks make a noticable difference in navigating firm snow conditions. I really noticed the increased edge hold on our groomer hot laps and on firm, scraped off bumps. That makes the Atris Birdie best friend material. There when the goings good, but equally there to get you through things that are less than perfect.
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Powder7 Staff Pick
By: Kenzie
This is one memorable ski. Being 5'4" with a smaller build I was concerned this would feel like too much ski. I was quickly proven wrong. This ski floats exceptionally well in powder, is super easy to turn, and beckons to go fast. This ski has the power of a longer ski, yet the playfulness is certainly not compromised by the length.

In Depth Staff Reviews:


2024-2025 Black Crows Skis Preview

Black Crows Skis 2025: First Look Nouveau Corvus Incrementally, Black Crows is updating their classics. Two years ago, we got an updated Atris, their big mountain staple. Last year, a new powder hunting Nocta. This year, Black Crows' original ski gets a complete overhaul. The Corvus, their mid-fat charger, gets a brand new shape and core this year. Combined with a new frontside ski, and their annual graphics update, Black Crows skis in 2025 continue to change things up. What's New Let's talk Corvus. The first ski Black Crows released back in the late 2000s, the ... Continue Reading

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By: Matt

2023-2024 Black Crows Atris Review

Editor's Note: The 23-24 Black Crows Atris returns unchanged after its overhaul for 22-23. This review discusses the latest Atris construction and was originanlly published in May 2022. We've updated it with fresh photos. The Third-Edition Black Crows Atris is Here. Not that you asked—but my first ski purchase as a Powder7 employee was the Black Crows Atris. It was 2017, and Powder7 was the preeminent North American dealer of Black Crows, a fresh Chamonix-based ski brand full of pizazz. The ski instantly became my all-time favorite, leapfrogging all of about three other skis on ... Continue Reading

Our Take On The 2024 Black Crows Atris Birdie:

The Atris Birdie has been the queen of women's big mountain skis for several seasons now, and remains the reigning monarch after changes last year. Some die hard fans may be hesitant to embrace the change, but trust us when we say it's not a bad thing (in fact, we find it to be a very, very good thing). The new Atris Birdie is more versatile in variable conditions and quicker to turn, but still keeps its inherent nature of being a playful ski that you can easily charge with. Black Crows adjusted the rocker profile in the tip and tail by shortening the amount of rocker. Elongating the effective edge helps you bite into the snow a bit better, giving you a confidence inspiring, smoother ride. The narrower 105mm waist also is a bit easier to get over on edge, making the ski more responsive and stable if you find yourself on snow that's firmer than you might be hoping for. Overall, the updates make this ski more fun on those in between storm days, while keeping the same, killer soft snow performance that we've come to know and love from the Atris Birdie. We love it as a first powder ski for advanced-intermediates, and as an excellent mid fat ski to add to the quiver for our expert lady rippers. Similar skis: Rossignol Rallybird 102, K2 Mindbender 106C W, Faction Mana 2X.

2024 Black Crows Atris Birdie Specs:

Dimensions:138/105/122
Radius:20m@178cm
Rocker:Freeride Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 7
Construction:Partial Sidewall
Weight:3380 grams (per pair for size 160cm) Learn more about ski weights

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