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Black Crows Camox Freebird Ski

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    Because you refuse to be caged.

    When you think of a ski resort, you think of endless lift lines, 50 dollar cheeseburgers, and lift ticket prices that are into triple digits. If this sounds like prison to you, may we suggest that you step into the Black Crows Camox Freebird Ski and find some sanctuary deep in the backcountry. Since escaping crowds and finding the best backcountry lines means that you're going to have to put some extra miles beneath your skins, you'll appreciate the Camox's lightweight construction and mid-fat width that thrives on everything from mid-winter pow to hardpack and spring corn.

    Built on the same platform of Black Crows' Camox ski, the Freebird version sheds weight thanks to a lightweight paulownia, poplar core and a semi-cap construction, which combines the power of ABS sidewalls underfoot with a lightweight cap construction in the tip and tail of the ski. The Camox may be a touring ski, but it isn't all about making tightly-linked turns down mellow slopes. Its rockered tip and wide shovel give it plenty of float to surf through powder, while the slightly raised tail gives it the ability to pivot in tight spots, without making it feel washy on the hardpack. The 97mm waist moves quickly and easily from edge-to-edge, which is good because long tours and big descents have a way of wearing legs down.

    • Tip rocker, camber underfoot
    • Raised tail
    • Semi-cap construction
    • Paulownia and poplar wood core
    • 97mm waist width
    • Light edges
    • Printed base
    • Item #BKC000H

    Tech Specs

    Length
    162 cm 171 cm, 178 cm 183 cm
    Dimensions
    [162 cm] 122 / 97 / 110 mm, [171 cm] 125 / 97 / 112 mm, [178 cm] 128 / 97 / 114 mm, [183 cm] 130 / 97 / 115 mm
    Turn Radius
    18 m
    Profile
    tip rocker, camber underfoot
    Construction
    semi-cap
    Core
    paulowina, poplar
    Tail
    slightly raised
    Claimed Weight
    (per pair, 171 cm) 6 lb 15 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine touring, backcountry touring

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    Great Touring Ski for all Abilities

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These skis are great in almost all conditions. I have a about 15 days on them both inbounds and in the back country this year. They float well in powder, can hold an edge on ice and feel light on the climb. I can see some heavier skiers wanting it to be a bit stiffer ski. The top sheet is also pretty durable for a light weight ski. If I was going to complain about anything I wish they would use a black base color and make them a touch stiffer and I would give them a five star rating. Overall they are a great ski for almost every ability level skier.

    Great Touring Ski

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Overall an excellent ski! I have kingpins mounted on these, and I love skiing this set up inbounds and in the backcountry.

    To me the best touring ski is something that is well balanced and versatile. I want a ski that can go fast, but doesn't have to, Is maneuverable, but fun to open up, fun to ski in pow, but inspires confidence on hardpack, is light enough to haul uphill, but can dampen out rough snow... you get the idea.

    For me, the Camox Freebird does an excellent job of striking the balance between these factors and at a reasonable touring weight. It is very nimble and predictable. Has a speed limit especially on icy/hard groomers, but doesn't fall apart. Still looking forward to getting in some really big days in, but so far so good!

    I'm 5'11" 165 lbs and I have the 178.