2020 Black Crows Nocta Skis

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2020 Black Crows Nocta Skis

The 2020 Black Crows Nocta skis are a powder skier's dream come true. We all want to ski endless, bottomless, fresh powder all day, but reality sometimes gets in the way. But when all of those stars line up, you'd better be sure that you have something like the Black Crows Nocta skis on your feet. If you happen to find an area on this earth where these skis aren't wide enough to float around, then please let us know where it is. The big waist width of 122 mm is ideal for shredding huge, untracked mountain peaks, anywhere in Japan, or Alaskan spines. The Black Crows Nocta skis can handle any and all amounts of snow that you can put in front of it. To make them light and maneuverable, Black Crows uses a Paulownia and Poplar blended wood core with fiberglass layers and a semi-cap construction. This allows the skis to be as surfy and smeary as possible in the fresh snow. Feel free to point them straight down the fall line, especially with the 26-meter turn radius. It's a straight turn shape that likes to be utilized at high-speeds. The stability at speed is what really stands out with the Black Crows Nocta skis, and you'll love the ability of the skis to change direction, float, and drift along any and all soft snow conditions. The full rocker profile is the icing on the powder cake, allowing for a full pivot feel on the fresh. The Black Crows Nocta skis are a true powder skier's dream.


  • Sidecut: 140/122/132 mm at 185 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 26 meters at 185 cm length
  • Paulownia/Poplar Wood Core
  • Full Rocker Profile
  • Semi-Cap Construction
  • Ability Level: Powder Skiers

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What is the country of origin for the Black Crows Nocta skis?
Question by: Peter Gallant on Mar 9, 2020, 12:01 AM
Hi Peter!
Those Noctas are from the Slovenia factory. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 9, 2020, 1:47 PM

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