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Black Crows Corvus 2014 Ski Review

Black Crows Corvus 2014

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

175.1 / 139-108-124 / 21
183.3 / 141-109-128 / 21
193.9 / 144-110-135 / 22

Manufacturer's Description

sovereign - alpine - instinctive

Since the creation of black crows, the corvus has been the temple’s guardian.  The 2014 version remains the incarnation of our vision of skiing : a reliable ally for all conditions, all weather and all types of terrain.  To perfect this role, we have made a few adjustments.  This new version is a genetic clone with some slight physical variations : a little extra width and a subtle front rocker, while retainiing it’s traditional energetic camber.  The animal has grown up without growing old.  An alpine ski at heart, the corvus is for freeriding in every sense of the term.

Available in three sizes :
The 196 has been replaced by it’s alter ego, the 193.9.  As big and strong as ever, with 110 mm underfoot and an almost flat tail, it combines great handling and a responsive pivot with an incredible stability at high speed.  Now boasting a 22 metre turning radius, the corvus loves to be set free on hard snow or pistes.  Whatever the type of terrain or snow, its always a pleasure to let this warrior take you to the limits.
The 183 and 175 have respectively 109 and 108 mm underfoot with a more pronounced tail than the 193 for smoother handling.  Living up to the reputation of their predecessors, they offer a perfect combination of glide, pivot and float.  The single beak technology offers performance and comfort, while the 21 m turn radius guarantees performance and pleasure for people of all sizes and riding styles.

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