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Black Crows Corvus Skis Now On Sale

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By: Matt M

2019 Black Crows Skis Preview

Check out our preview of 2020 Black Crows skis. Highlights from the 2019 Black Crows skis lineup: Let Me Take You Higher That's what the sidewall reads on last year's Camox Freebird alpine touring ski by Black Crows, and it holds some double meaning for the company—if you haven't witnessed the Black Crows explosion at a ski resort near you, chances are you will soon. In 2019, that Camox Freebird gets the most significant revisions in the line. It's lighter (considerably) and stiffer. The Crows hope that translates to better variable-snow performance in the backcountry in a package that's even easier on the ascent. The Camox Freebird is also offered in a wider size range, making it accessible for a variety of both men and women: 160, 166, 172, 178, 183, and ... Continue Reading

2020 Black Crows Corvus Description:

Built with metal and a reverse camber profile, the Corvus twins out with the Daemon. The difference between the two skis? The Corvus is bigger and badder. Measuring 109mm underfoot to the Daemon's 100, it bullies crud and chop then takes powder's lunch money. At home on gnarly lines in any type of snow, the Corvus is a true big-mountain machine. All that rocker gives you the soft snow performance you live for, while double titanal plates yield stability and power. The 2020 version mixes the punk-rock black and pink color scheme with Black Crows' Egyptian-inspired line art. All that means is that the Corvus looks as badass as it skis.

2020 Black Crows Corvus Specs:

Radius:[email protected]
Rocker:Reverse Camber
Ability Level:Ability Level 8
Construction:Partial Sidewall
Weight:3730 grams (per pair for size 176cm) Learn more about ski weights