Maybe you've seen the Black Crows Anima Skis on the feet of guys like Kristoffer Turdell or Nikolai Schirmer. Powerful, check. Playful, check. Stomps double digit drops with nonchalant ease, check. With a bombproof Poplar core reinforced with carbon kevlar stringers, the Anima rips big mountain terrain like nothing has before, and sports a unique hexagonal tip "just because." When it comes to the freestyle big mountain scene, the Black Crows Anima Freebird Sksi are at the top of the game. We love it, and so will you.
Double Beak | 23% Tip Rocker / 60% Camber / 17% Tail Rocker Double Beak creates a ski that releases easily in the tip and tail. The central axis of the ski is dynamic, creating a ski that controls speed and trajectory very well in both powder and park riding thanks to it's easy pivoting style. This profile's balanced flex creates a stable, maneuverable ski that is nonetheless explosive when needed. A Double Beak ski benefits from being driven laterally in a centered stance, rather than forward through the tip of the ski.
Directional Rockered Tail Increases maneuverability and versatility without sabotaging the ski's responsiveness and alpine character.
Poplar Reactive and trustworthy, a single species Poplar wood core provides a consistent, poppy tip to tail flex.
Triaxial & Biaxial Fiberglass
Carbon Kevlar Stripes
Semi Cap Durable construction that retains the edge power of sidewall construction while limiting chipping of the topsheet at the tip and tail of the ski.
ABS Sidewalls Durability and shock absorption across all snow and terrain.
Printed Base Stone ground 34 times for a smooth, fast ride.
Fat Edges These thick freeride edges are denser, stronger and more resistant than conventional edges.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||140||142||143||143|
|Waist Width (mm)||115||115||115||115|
|Tail Width (mm)||125||126||128||129|
|Turning Radius (m)||21||21||21||21|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2150|