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Black Crows Navis 2015 Ski Review

Black Crows Navis 2015

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

169.4 / 131-102-116 / 19
179.4 / 133-102-118 / 19
187.7 / 134-103-121 / 21

Manufacturer's Description

The new 2015 navis has been totally rethought so as to enrich and perfect its freeride skiing characteristics. Provided with a single beak and a half form it combines a classic camber with an early rise tail and a progressive rocker tip. Its side lines are fluid and thin at the extremities, while its front rocker, developed on 33% of its surface offers a remarkable pivot and gives it great stability on hard or wind-blown terrain. The tail of the navis was treated with particular care with a square design which increases the contact surface in soft snow, as well as a very progressive rise which softens the side-slip and reinforces its stability. The tip, inspired by the sevun, is curved and benefits from a progressive rocker which gives a better ratio between stability, pivot and engagement. The flex is loyal to the navis range: a knowledgeable mix of softness and firmness for an accessible and successful ski. Aimed a large range of skiers, this new navis blossoms in all conditions. For those who are looking for a freeride ski flirting with 103mm underfoot with a front rocker and from an early rise tail have found their weapon. This new 2015 navis has, at the same time, the authenticity of an alpine ski DNA upon which the fame of black crows is built – a pure freeride toy which adapts perfectly to crud or to pure pivoting.

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