Black Crows have been mega busy in the offseason. 3 new skis, 5 skis redesigned and an artsy top sheet theme across the whole range.
New in the Freebird range, the Ferox Freebird. Replacing the ever popular powder touring ski, the Anima Freebird, the Ferox is a little narrower and more akin to an Atris. The Ferox still features generous tip and tail rocker and will be your best friend for man powered, powder hunting missions.
The Navis Freebird has had an overhaul as well. New sizes to bridge the gap in smaller lengths and Titanal reinforcement to improve binding hold. We have now spent time on both the new and old and these small changes don’t change the fact it is still the best Australian touring ski on the market.
The Orb has been fully redesigned, and let it be known: the Australian All mountain powerhouse has arrived. Narrower waist, more aggressive camber and cut-out ‘H shaped’ metal laminate construction. The Orb is as powerful as before but more precise than ever. Black Crows have also been generous enough to include a birdie option of the Orb. Ladies look out, we spent time on the Orb Birdie in Italy this year and its a winner.
The Divus is an all new ski that is going after the Carving ski market. Orb construction in a narrower waist width, we are fans. The Divus sadly won’t be available in Australia for this season.
The Birdie range is now more complete than ever, including two resort based skis, two all mountain twins, the powerful all mountain Daemon, and the powder delight Atris. There is truly a birdie for all ladies out there now.
We are super excited to be backing Black Crows into the 2019 season. Get in early because all of the good models have a tendency to fly out the door.