Black Crows just released its murder of 2018-19 skis

Black Crows just released its murder of 2018-19 skis

With each passing day, the ski season gets closer and one of the best parts of a new season is the all-new lineup of skis that hit the market. Black Crows Skis just released its lineup of skis for the 2018-19 season and you’re gonna go bonkers for these big-mountain babies. Whether you’re touring deep off-piste, stomping big lines or darting through tight trees, Black Crows has something in its latest stash for every kind of skier.

For big-mountain powder addicts looking to bring their quiver down to one pair of skis, look no further than the Atris. With a shape inspired by freestyle backcountry and freeride skiing, the Atris is the ideal blend of playfulness and drive. Dubbed one of Black Crows’ most versatile big mountain skis, you can take these planks into the powder or the hard pack without worry.

Made for the modern big-mountain skier, the Anima are the perfect mix between width, turning radius and rocker for a playful, high-performing powder ski. The Anima boasts a progressive tip rise for easy turn initiation in the freshies, yet a short, classic camber underfoot for a solid grip on the hard pack.

A top choice for many Black Crows’ touring-oriented athletes, the Camox Freebird comes with a few updates for 2019. The ABS sidewall has been shortened to create a more lively, tolerant and playful ski while an update to the core–a mix of paulownia, fiberglass and carbon–make the ski stronger on hard pack and distinctly lighter.

Created with strong alpine skiers in mind, the Corvus comes back in 2019 with a subtle redesign sporting a reverse camber and double titanal plate reinforcement. The 2019 Corvus still maintains its alpine DNA, making it the best option for strong skiers seeking steep terrain in variable snow conditions.

From wide-open lines to tight trees, the Nocta is the ski you want when darting through variable terrain. The full reverse camber shape with a moderate flex makes the ski snappy and easily maneuverable, allowing you to hit every roller, jump or turn at the drop of a hat. These powder-dedicated planks are one of the lightest skis on the big-mountain market, making them a great option for short touring missions, too.

The most adventurous skiers seeking the most vertical drops will find solace with Black Crows’ Solis skis. Made for the steeps, these planks are designed to be reliable in the steepest of steeps and with reinforced edges, you don’t have to worry about traversing over rocks to get to the top of your line. Added bonus: a Black Crows Skis logo-shaped hole has been added to the tip for a better hold of your skins when ascending.

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