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Black Crows Viator 165 2013 Ski Review

Black Crows Viator 165 2013

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

165 / 116-84-111 / 15

Manufacturer's Description

The all new Viator 2013 is a well balanced park ski for everyday use.  Just as happy dropping in switch to a 20m table as for any kind of jibbing, carving or cruising on the piste, the Viator is a true freestyler and a pleasure to pilot on smooth snow.  It’s Flat Double Beak camber combined with a shallow front rocker guarantees a short turning radius, powerful edge precision and an powerful turn initiation.

With a flex perfectly balanced for it’s intentions, the Viator gives you all the flex you need to fly high and butter beautifully, but allows you to keep control in big open turns.

This first Black Crows’ park range, developed in 4 sizes, launches us radically into the world of ultra fun and incisive skiing, which ever way you ski it.  Freestyle is not dead.

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