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Black Crows

Black Crows FEROX FREEBIRD Skis 2021

A lightweight, double-rocker chassis that loves nothing more than big snow days, the Ferox Freebird has been a favourite of many. At 110mm underfoot, these skis deliver floatation and stability. They love the resort just as much as the backcountry, so don't be afraid to take them everywhere. If you're looking for a ski to do it all (and float above most of it) the Ferox Freebird is perfect.

Size


SPECIFICATIONS

LENGTH TIP (mm) WAIST (mm) TAIL (mm) RADIUS
170.1 cm 135 110 126 21 m
176.7 cm 135 110 126 21 m
181.4 cm 136 110 126 21 m
186.2 cm 137 110 127 21 m

FEATURES


Double rocker Provides immediate pivot.
Medium classic camber Classic camber underfoot with intermediate ski-snow contact offers balanced manoeuvrability with stability.
Long side-cut A 21 m turning radius with stability at high speed.

FROM BLACK CROWS


THE FEROX WAS BORN FROM THE NECESSITY OF OFFERING A BI-TIP, DOUBLE ROCKER, POWDER TYPE TOURING SKI WHICH IS STILL EFFICIENT ON THE EDGES. SO, THE OBJECTIVE IS THE POWDER AND THE SENSATION OF FLOATING ON THE SNOW.
But the soul remains alpine to adapt to all conditions encountered while touring. Equipped with a tail tip and a double rocker, this is a ski which offers great sensations in powder with its planing and immediate pivot, but which still sits well on hard snow due to its progressive side-lines. To optimise its weight (3600 g for the 181 cm), the Ferox was conceived on a 3D shape drawn in an H which cuts the upper part of the ski and lightens it without altering its solidity due to a carbon reinforcement which adopts this 3D shape. The core was also made lighter with a mix of paulownia, poplar and, for the first time with black crows, Isocore (a polyurethane mousse strengthened with continuous glass fibre).





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