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Black Crows Anima 2016 Ski Review

Black Crows Anima 2016

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

176 / 140-115-125 /
182 / 142-115-126 /
188 / 143-115-128 /
194 / 143-115-129 /

Manufacturer's Description

our intention was to build a ski that has the pivot and manoeuvrability of a double rockered ski with the guts to really perform in demanding high alpine terrain. i also really like its flex, which is stiff underfoot and more progressive on the tip and tail. it’s a bit less grippy on the turn than the atris, and its receding side-cut will delight skiers who like to go fast and put in big turns. – julien regnier, shaper

the big newcomer in our 2016 big mountain range, the anima is a 115mm double rockered ski with an alpine heart and the quick witted spirit of a predator. made of poplar wood with fibreglass reinforcing underfoot, the anima is for the skier who wants a meaty big mountain ski with drive but enjoys the playful feel of a double rockered ski.

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