BLACK CROWS NAVIS FREEBIRD SKIS 2021 PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Black Crows Navis Freebird 2021 was designed with the spirit of adventure. The Navis Freebird 2021 features a balance between lift and ski-ability, alpine conduct and progressive front rocker, built for far-flung or daily quests. They updated the Navis Freebird with improvements on stability that has reinforced its all-round characteristics, making a perfect balance between lightness and skiability.
NICE WIDTH: 102MM WAIST.
PROGRESSIVE FRONT ROCKER + FLARED TIP: STABILITY ON THE EDGE.
LONG CLASSIC CAMBER: CLASSIC CAMBER UNDERFOOT WITH EXTENSIVE SKI/SNOW CONTACT FOR ALPINE-STYLE TURNS.
PROGRESSIVE TAIL: LESS TAIL WASHOUT AND EASIER PIVOT INITIATION.
TITANAL REINFORCEMENT PLATE UNDER THE BINDINGS FOR A BETTER SCREW RETENTION.
CORE: POPLAR, PAULOWNIA
MATERIAL: MIXED GLASS AND CARBON FIBERS
WEIGHT: 3100G/PAIR @ 167.1 3250G/PAIR @ 173.4 3400G/PAIR @ 179.1 3600G/PAIR @ 185.8
ABOUT BLACK CROWS
Black Crows is an independent french freeski brand from chamonix. Founded in 2006 by pro freeskiers Camille Jaccoux and Bruno Compagnet, black crows was born out of a desire to collide beauty and efficiency into skis.
We create obsessively design driven objects that are uncompromising in performance and identity for contemporary skiing.
We aim for the pleasure of senses through freedom and adventure.
We believe that ski culture is a window to the world.
Freeskiing is devoted to the unadulterated pursuit of pleasure and absolute freedom. Freedom to ski, but also to innovate and to pioneer. The black crows story is foremost about a group of friends determined to fulfil their ambitions and unafraid to challenge the norm. During the winter of 2005, Camille Jaccoux and Bruno Compagnet, two professional skiers and long-time friends, dreamt of a ski which would be the antithesis to the skis then on offer in the freeride ski market. Their vision was a powder ski which combined a wingspan big enough to withstand high-speed turns and a shape which could endure sudden changes in direction. As the general trend in the market was for narrower and flared-out skis, the two riders just couldn’t find a model to meet their demands…