The 2015 Venor from Black Crows is a highly reviewed park and pipe ski. It's stiff enough for hard landings yet soft enough to butter and not catchy at all on rails. It's light to turn easily in all conditions. This ski was enthusiastically developed by Julien Regnier. It is slightly wider and stiffer than the Viator. It's built from poplar and beech wood with a complex mix of biaxial and triaxial glass fibers. Black Crows uses a sidewall construction which makes the ski more dynamic and resistant. The beech gives the ski rebound and rigidity. Poplar is a much lighter wood. It balances the ski and spreads the weight throughout the ski. This mix makes for a ski with a balanced flex, neither too hard nor too soft for jibbing, nose and tail presses, and for jumping over big boxes. The Venor is a traditional park ski. It has a small rocker which gives it a good spin and a fairly compact sidecut. This makes it easy to turn even for people who are still developing skills. From laidback skiers to overexcited freestylers, the Venor's pop and precision make it a perfect play mate.