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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?
By: Matt McDonald
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.
2019 Black Crows Camox Description:
The Camox is all about balance. Healthy camber underfoot balances a bit of rocker in the tails and a bit more in the tips. The poplar core makes for a forgiving, energetic ride, while fiberglass/carbon/Kevlar stripes strengthen the ski. Superb edge hold balances pivot-ability and playfulness. And at 97mm underfoot with a mid-range turn radius, the Camox balances powder and tree-skiing prowess with groomer-ripping, speed-loving versatility. These skis are easy to turn and are up for anything--making them an ideal do-it-all option for skiers in the East or West, young or old, aggressive or conservative.
2019 Black Crows Camox Specs: