Black Crows Corvus 2015 Ski Review
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
Since the creation of black crows, the corvus has been the guardian of the nest. The 2015 version which remains the sentry who guides our vision of skiing: a reliable ally in all weather conditions and on all types of terrain. The corvus range benefits from a single directional shape of a subtle rocker tip and a classic and accented camber. Alpine in its blood, the corvus is a wild ski made for freeriding in all senses of the term. Available in three sizes, but in two versions: the 193.9, successor of the iconic 196, is a big strong ski. With 110mm underfoot and a virtually flat tail, it combines power and a responsive pivot while maintaining incredible stability at high speed. Now boasting a 22 metre turning radius, the corvus 193, loves to be unleashed on hard snow or pistes. This corvus 193 is an attacking ski, destined for those who like to go fast and dominate the terrain. Thanks to its incisive tip, it likes to be ridden downstream. Ski a part, this 2015 range opts for a more singular coat.
The 183 and 175 have respectively 109 and 108mm underfoot with a more agile tail than the 193 so as to adapt their calibre to the fluidity of their elder brother. They offer the perfect combination of pivot and floatation, besides their single beak and a half technology offers performance and comfort, while their 21 metre turn radius guarantees performance and pleasure for people of all sizes and riding styles. The 183 is a powerful stallion which will suit many who will be surprised by its versatility, you only have to see it wedeln! Ultra compact, the 175 is a true toy, but dare we say only for adults.
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