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This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:

Powder7 Staff Pick Alec
By: Alec
The first run I ever did on these skis, my first thought was, "These skis know how to party!" Despite the large turn radius, they were super fun on the groomers! They felt very energetic opping from turn to turn. Party lappppppps!
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Powder7 Staff Pick Mike
By: Mike
The Serpo is a hard carver. It's super solid, yet it also felt light on my feet and super fun. You can ski fast comfortably, and it's easy to make turns on all kinds of snow.

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Black Crows Skis 2023-2024 Preview

Black Crows Skis 2024: The First Look "Is that an NFT?" A new year means new Black Crows skis and fresh candy colored art across the board. The Chamonix based ski brand remains a top pick for Powder7 staff and customers alike. A common question we hear on the phone goes as follows, "do you all sell Black Crows?" Yes, yes we do. We'll dive into what's new, what's returning, and what quotes are on the sidewalls for Black Crows skis in 2024. What's New The biggest news from Black Crows comes from their biggest ski: Nocta. The ultra playful 122mm underfoot ski is a powder ... Continue Reading

Our Take On The 2024 Black Crows Serpo:

The Black Crows Serpo returns for another year of being a sleeper favorite from our staff and customers. All available evidence seems to confirm that Black Crows can only make fun skis. Everything they dream up is somehow playful, lively, and just a really good time on snow. And that's even true when they add metal to their traditional wood core. Instead of feeling burly or unwieldy, the H-frame metal backbone of the relatively newer models – the Justis and Serpo – makes them feel smoother and more energetic. Like everything with Black Crows it's hard to explain, but it works. At 93mm-wide, the Serpo is, essentially, a slimmer version of the 100mm-waisted Justis. A deep rocker profile eases turn initiation while adding extra float in the soft stuff. A medium-stiff flex and medium-long turn radius gives the Serpo an incredibly wide range of applications: it's equally at home straight lining corduroy at full speed or making quick, short turns through tight trees. With a faster edge-to-edge transition than the Justis, the Serpo is the better choice for skiers who lean more toward aggressive frontside carving versus off-piste powder-hunting, but you won't be disappointed either way. Black Crows has never let us down. Similar skis: Nordica Enforcer 94, Salomon Stance 90, Blizzard Rustler 9.

2024 Black Crows Serpo Specs:

Rocker:Freeride Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 8
Construction:Full Sidewall
Weight:3680 grams (per pair for size 180cm) Learn more about ski weights


Skis In The Black Crows Serpo Series:

Serpo (93mm) In Stock