Black Crows Ova Freebird 2014 Ski Review
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
170.3 / 120-85-108 / 17
178.3 / 125-85-112 / 17
184.4 / 125-85-112 / 17
light - agile - complicit
With the arrival of the ova in the freebird range, we also have a new high mountain ski with a waist width of 85 mm. This new black crows ski is for people who like their skis slim, light, and who don’t care when you say the snow is deeper on the other side of the mountain. The ova freebird is made for ski-touring fanatics who want a ski for vertigo inspiring tours, short, long… or very long.
Like it’s all mountain version, the freebird model has the single beak profile which is forgiving in soft snow yet precise in complex terrain. A light front rocker and a flat tail make it an easy ski to control with a quick pivot. This easy steering on and off the piste, in soft or hard snow, make it the ideal partner for those looking for a reliable ski always ready to head to any summit, near or far.
With it’s freebird gene I core, the ova freebird is much lighter than the all mountain version, a specialized ski touring ski, it still lives up to black crows’ high standards of skiability. With it’s genetic ‘freebird’ heritage, this is the perfect partner for those that place as much importance on the climb as the descent.
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