Black Crows Camox 167 2013 Ski Review
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
167 / 125-97-116 / 20
Solid - Manoeuvrable - Swift
A perfect balance between an all-terrain ski and a touring ski, the Camox is the perfect combination of a medium width and fat ski. Amazing handling and a great edge control thanks to it’s single beak profile - classic camber with a front rocker - the Camox is forgiving in difficult or varied snow conditions on demanding terrain, even for skiers without a huge technical portfolio. Yet this ski’s intrinsic qualities, shape and construction, make it also a formidable predator for those who really want to challenge the elements with a true semi-fat alpine ski.
The Camox range, with its 98mm to 97mm underfoot is one of this season’s big arrivals. With a performance inspired by the Corvus yet lightweight, here is a model specifically designed for skiability, crucial to the Black Crow’s spirit. For deep snow or carving on perfect pistes, the Camox is the ideal partner to attack or simply enjoy every kind of terrain the mountain has to offer.
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