Black Crows Corvus Freebird Ski 2025

The Corvus Freebird is Black Crow's widest touring ski, with a generous 140-107-119 mm shape (183 cm).
The Corvus Freebird is a twintip ski but has less pronounced rocker and a relatively stiff tail for increased stability underfoot. The result is a ski that's more aggressive, with more precise turn initiation and exit, and with greater directional stability, without losing the agility in technical terrain thanks to the twintip design.
With a medium-soft flex and plenty of width, the Corvus Freebird obviously offers plenty of float in soft snow but also copes well with all the snow conditions you'll encounter in the backcountry. It's also relatively light for such a wide ski so while not a "quiver of one" touring ski for most people, it is a surprisingly practical backcountry tool.
Built with a poplar wood core, fibreglass / carbon fibre support and reinforced titanal plate underfoot, the Corvus Freebird is stable, powerful and accessible, giving the confidence to ski steeper slopes in a wide variety of snow conditions. The titanal plate is designed to accomodate the latest hybrid alpine/touring bindings such as the Atomic Shift and Marker Duke PT13 & PT16.
The Corvus Freebird is designed for strong intermediate and expert skiers looking for a high performance free-rando backcountry ski.

Black Crows Corvus Freebird Features:

Front rocker and early-rise tail.
Classic camber.
Radius 21m: offers more aggressive sensation under foot and offers higher control
Flex:
Tip flex: 71/100
Waist flex: 80/100
Tail flex: 77/100
Overall flex: 75/100, medium-soft flex.

Telemark: please note due to the lightweight construction these skis are not recommended for telemark skiing.

 
Want to know more about ski shape and flex? See our BLOG Ski Geometry - Shape & Flex.

Model: Black Crows Corvus Freebird Ski 2025

Lengths: 176-183-188 cm
Sidecuts / Radius:
176 cm: 139-107-119 mm / 21 m
183 cm: 140-107-119  mm / 21 m
188 cm: 142-107-120 mm / 21 m

 

 

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