The Black Crows' Camox Freebird 2022 is a mid fat unisex touring ski.
To begin with, the weight of 2750 g per pair of 178.2 cm was maintained, a weight that was modified two seasons ago allowing it to shed 600 g compared to the version.The Paulownia wood core and the ABS section is shortened for better grip. It feels so much lighter on the way up so you'll be on full form (more or less!) to tackle the descent. In order to maintain torsional rigidity and create a dynamic ski, the core is covered in carbon and glass fibre. The moderate flex makes skiing comfortable and pleasingly playful.
The shape is the same, with progressive front rocker, and slightly raised tail. This is a playful, comfortable ski. The ski is therefore easy to manoeuvre and provides great float in the right conditions. The classic camber underfoot provides better bite on hard snow and faultless stability on acceleration.
The Black Crows Camox Freebird is a model of incredible versatility, for those looking for a ski that can take them anywhere, in any condition, and bring them home in the certainty that they have had a lot of fun on the slopes!
Weight: 2750 g per pair at 178.2 cm
- Size 160.2 cm: 17 m - Weight: 2500g/ pair
- Size 166.2 cm: 17 m - Weight: 2750g/ pair
- Size 172.2 cm: 17 m - Weight: 2900g/ pair
- Size 178.2 cm: 17 m - Weight: 3000g/ pair
- Size 183.3 cm: 17 m - Weight: 3200g/ pair
- Size 188.3 cm: 17 m - Weight: 3300g/ pair
Shape and construction:
Paulownia wood core
Glass and carbon fibers
Titanal reinforcements under the bindings
Progressive rocker at the front and light rocker at the back:
Good pivot control, handling and planing.
Medium classic camber:
Classic camber underfoot with moderate ski/snow contact.
Tolerant and comfortable ski
Slightly raised tail: Soft ending to turns, practical for touring (for fitting skins or sticking skis upright in the snow.)
The Camox Freebird is a great touring ski. On the ascent we really appreciated its light 2.75 kg weight, it is always more enjoyable when its lighter! On the descent, it showed off its playful side, made possible by its shape, giving it a good responsiveness on all types of snow and terrain.
The Camox Freebird is tolerant, playful and easy to handle. In powder, its has great lift thanks to its generous sidecuts and its tip rocker.
Advantages: Accessible, Efficient, Versatile
Disadvantages: Nothing to report