Plenty of people agree that a ski around 100 mm in the waist makes the best choice for an all-rounder, and lots of companies make a great one. Black Crows however, stacks the deck with at least 3 - the Black Crows Camox Skis being the narrowest and most precise of the bunch. The Camox is a great, not a good, example of what an "all-mountain" ski should be capable of: shredding all types of terrain and all kinds of snow with ease. If you're looking for one of the most versatile rides on the mountain, the Camox may be just what you're seeking.
Double Rocker – Easy to handle with good control and pivot.
Medium Classic Camber – Classic camber underfoot with moderate ski/snow contact, giving a good balance between stability and maneuverability.
Medium Flex – Stiff underfoot and softer through the tip and tail. Comfortable during the turn and efficient on all types of terrain.
Poplar Wood Core
Carbon Kevlar Strips
Semi Cap Construction
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
- Skis:No Bindings
- Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced
- Rocker Type:Rocker/Camber/Rocker
- Turning Radius:MediumMore
- Core/Laminates:Aramid (Kevlar®), Carbon, Wood
- Tail Type:Partial Twin TipMore
- Ski Awards:Freeskier Editor's Pick, Skiing Magazine Official Selection