The Camox Birdie slots into the uber-popular Black Crows freeride lineup as a narrower, more all-mountain focused ski than the Atris Birdie. With only fresh artwork, the 2020-21 version stands out in bumps, soft snow, and trees. It's dreamy for skiers who like responsive, fairly forgiving all-mountain skis that can handle mixed snow and inspire serious exploration. The Camox Birdie can slide, smear, or carve as you please, and it skis smoothly in a wide range of conditions. Women skiers who spend most of their time ripping groomers may want to take a look at the narrower Orb Birdie. But for ladies who prioritize fun or who want a seamless introduction to the world of freeride-style skis, the Camox Birdie is at the top of its class. Similar skis: Rossignol Sky 7 HD W, Salomon QST Lumen, ON3P Jessie 98.