The original Black Crows ski is still crushing it ten years after its introduction, with few changes. The Black Crows Corvus Skis slot into the perfect all-mountain mid-wide category for soft and variable conditions at 109 mm in the waist, providing the kind of performance that hard chargers have grown to expect from Black Crows over the decade. Simple tip rocker, camber under your foot, and a very slight amount of rise at the tail for versatility have kept the Corvus at the forefront of the big mountain scene in Chamonix; now's your chance to see why.
Single Beak and a Half | 12% Early Rise Tail / 66% Camber / 22% Tip Rocker Tip rocker with a touch of rocker in the tail provides easy pivoting and all terrain edge and turn control. Single Beak and a Half gives you the possibility of driving the ski "classically" from the front or taking a more freeride, centered stance approach.
Early Rise Tail Long, flat, progressive rising tail producing a very light rocker profile. Increases pivot in the tail when flat while producing the power and carving ability of a flat tail on edge.
Poplar Reactive and trustworthy, a single species Poplar wood core provides a consistent, poppy tip to tail flex.
Triaxial & Biaxial Fiberglass
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)||136||139||141|
|Waist Width (mm)||109||109||109|
|Tail Width (mm)||120||122||125|
|Turning Radius (m)||21||21||21|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2200|
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Comments about Black Crows Corvus Skis 2017:
One of my favorite skis. The Corvus has been slightly tweaked this season, with a bit more sidecut and a slightly easier turn entry thanks to a more forgiving rocker profile. The Corvus loses nothing of it's hard charging alpine feel, though - it lives for top to bottom laps in the alpine where conditions can rapidly change from blower powder to ice. The Corvus is beautifully constructed and built for power, speed and versatility in big mountain environments.