Black Crows Camox Freebird 2015 Ski Review
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
167 / 125-97-116 / 20
177 / 128-97-119 / 20
186 / 133-98-123 / 20
Leading model of our freebird range since its creation, the camox freebird is a hit for ski-touring. Thanks to its single beak camber, the camox freebird has the same all terrain qualities and edge control as its all mountain version. Its freebird gene 2 technology – a wooden core covered with three and two directional carbon fibre – means that it is considerably lighter than its all mountain twin, so reconciling weight gain and float. As at ease in deep snow as carving precise turns, the camox freebird adapts itself particularly to bursts of speed and to changes in the terrain. “The camox freebird with lightweight bindings is an excellent mid-fat touring ski for ski for those who want to enjoy the descent on a ski which is light on the ascent. Its rocker allows it to go anywhere and to remain easy to handle underfoot and, with its floatability, it is a dream in deep powder. This means you can really look forward to tucking into the dessert” explains Julien Regnier.
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