Black Crows Venor 2014 Ski Review
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
165.8 / 119-84-110 / 14
170.9 / 120-85-111 / 15
177.1 / 121-86-112 / 16
181.1 / 121-87-113 / 17
precise - aerial - responsive
Shaped for the park, this newcomer to the freeskiing range is built to go fast, whether in the pipe or over big gap jumps. With just the right amount of flex : not too stiff, giving you plenty of pop, and not too soft, making those landings easier to stick.
Using the flat double beak technology and only a hint of camber, the venor takes advantage of it’s light tip and tail rocker for manoeuvrability and mobility at all times. It’s strong construction promises a long life span, not easy in a ski designed for the heavy impacts of the park. Always present and quick to respond, our first top of the range freestyle ski offers everything you need for relentless high flying park sessions. Freestyle is definitely not dead.
“From big gaps to high level jibbing, the venor is a freestyle ski at the top of it’s game. Super stable at high speed and manoeuvrable for small technical tricks, this is the ally you need to find the limit of your skills and creativity.”
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