Since day one, the Corvus has been a mainstay in the Black Crow's Resort line-up. So, it's no surprise that when they introduced its touring-specific sister, the Corvus Freebird, it was a huge hit.
The main point of difference between the Corvus Freebird and other touring-specific skis lies within its on-snow performance. The core isn't just superlight, it's super-durable and responsive too. Black Crows have achieved this by stripping back the poplar in their regular-weight core and adding in layers of uber-light paulownia. The remaining poplar keeps the core responsive edge-to-edge and gives the ski its trademark rebound and liveliness.With a ski like the Black Crows Corvus Freebird, the only limit to how far they take you is your stamina and sense of adventure. For everything else, the Corvus Freebird provides you with all the skiing and touring performance you could possibly hope for, leaving you free to do what you do best.
3600g per pair at 175.1 cm.
Floaty 109mm waist.
Light yet strong paulownia and poplar core.
Durable fat edges.
Best of both worlds Semi-Cap Construction.
Long classic camber
that provides extensive ski-to-snow contact so you can still hold a firm edge in the deepest pow.
Progressive nose rocker
so you don't sink in the deep stuff.
Progressive tail rocker
for easy pivot initiation and clean turns.