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Black Crows Camox Skis Now On Sale

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This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:

Powder7 Staff Pick Blake
By: Blake
Amazing stability without metal. This ski is extremely versatile. It can handle steep, icy chutes, bumps and it absolutely rips on the groomers. Speed limit? What speed limit?
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Powder7 Staff Pick Matt M
By: Matt M
The Black Crows lineup has been earning some serious hype here in the shop and with good reason. At 97mm underfoot, the Camox profiles as the most versatile ski of the bunch. It skis that way too. It's forgiving enough to rock sun-soaked bumps down Copper Mountain's Resolution Bowl and sturdy enough to hold a reliable edge on harder snow. In nine inches of fresh pow at Winter Park, the Camox surfed and maneuvered on-par with the best skis I've skied at this waist width. The telling sign that this ski is one of the best all-around tools in the game? My 70-year-old dad rediscovered his form on them after a few years of intermittent surgeries and not enough skiing, and I, an aggressive skier who pushes his gear to the max, was equally pleased.

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Black Crows Skis 2023 Preview

Black Crows Skis 2023: The First Look Updating a Classic The 2022-2023 Black Crows collection features another round of colorful topsheets. With a distinct flair for freeride fun—and French flavor—Chamonix-based Black Crows continues to grow in popularity across North America. It's wild to think that we became the first North American Black Crows dealer more than half a decade ago. Time flies, and we're still smitten with Black Crows skis. Specifically, the Atris and Atris Birdie have reigned supreme in the wider all-mountain and freeride category of skis. You won't find ... Continue Reading

Our Take On The 2023 Black Crows Camox:

The uber-popular Black Crows Camox returns for the 2023 season unchanged, except a sleek new top sheet update. All we ask for in our all-mountain skis is the perfect blend of maneuverability and stability. Is that too much to ask? Black Crows makes it look easy. With loads of camber underfoot, the Camox is poppy and loaded with energy as you bounce between turns, but rocker in the tip and tail keeps things very easy to whip around when you need to. A progressive flex provides a forgiving and playful ride. We love skiing it in moguls and trees, where having a more forgiving ski generally means having more fun. The Camox links up well on groomers with it’s slightly straight sidecut, and if you like carving and slarving on a ski with more flex, it profiles as a great all mountain match. More aggressive skiers who tend to steer away from more playful skis may take a look at the Serpo or the slightly wider Justis. But for intermediate skiers to freeriding experts, the Camox epitomizes the fun-centric vibe and skiability that has marked Black Crows' rise to dominance. Similar skis: Salomon QST 98, Rossignol BlackOps 98, Faction Prodigy 2.

2023 Black Crows Camox Specs:

Dimensions:128/97/116
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Rocker:Freeride Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 7
Construction:Partial Sidewall
Weight:3770 grams (per pair for size 180cm) Learn more about ski weights

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Skis In The Black Crows Camox Series:


Camox RT (97mm) In Stock

Camox (97mm) In Stock

Camox Birdie RT (97mm) In Stock

Camox Birdie (97mm) In Stock

Camox Freebird (95mm) In Stock

Camox Jr (90mm) In Stock

Camox Birdie Jr (90mm) In Stock

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