2022 Black Crows Camox Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings
Black Crows Camox Skis with Bindings
The Camox skis sit right in the middle of everything that Black Crows puts out there. It's a tremendously versatile ski that will satisfy the ski needs, wants, and desires of a whole lot of advanced level skiers out there in the world. The Black Crows Camox skis with bindings is a great setup for advanced skiers who are looking to crush the whole mountain. With a moderate amount of tip and tail taper, the skis are easy to turn and fun to swivel around in the varying terrain and snow conditions. The entire being of the ski lends to playfulness and fun. The characteristics of the ski really stand out thanks to its shape, profile, and all-mountain construction. With a nice-looking shape, the 97 mm waist width can hold its own on any and all conditions. Up to about 8 inches of fresh snow, the Camox will feel right at home. On-trail, the skis will carve some sweet turns. The twin tip shape is ideal for furthering your playful nature, and you can even be so bold as to take these things in the terrain park. The rocker profile is perfect for all types of snow. With tip and tail rocker, you'll be able to float up and over all the fresh snow, while the camber underfoot is ideal for carving turns and proper edge grip. The construction is light and playful as well. The core is Poplar wood, and added to that core are Carbon and Kevlar strips. These strips add strength and stability without adding much weight. As a result, you get a fun and playful ride that a lot of advanced skiers will love. The Black Crows Camox skis with bindings is a killer deal that you do not want to miss out on.
- Sidecut: 127/97/114 mm at 181 cm length
- Turn Radius: 20 meters at 181 cm length
- Poplar Wood Core
- Carbon/Kevlar Strips
- Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
- Moderate Tip and Tail Taper
- Semi-Cap Construction
- Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers • Park
Camox is a bit beefier and more rugged. It has a strong end energetic rebound to it while the BC 100 is a bit more flexible. In the trees, bumps, and powder, I love the BC 100 because of it's lighter weight and quicker, floatier character. The Camox does better on-trail and in more aggressive skiing.
You would want to go with the 95mm brake for the Camox skis.
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Out of the the Camox or the DPS, we would go with the Black Crows Camox, hands down. At 97mm underfoot with camber, Carbon and Kevlar strips in its core, this ski will rail steep groomers, but can also tear through late day chop or hidden powder stashes and is perfect for all types of snow. The shape, profile and construction make this a true one ski quiver and at the top of its class as an all-mountain versatile player. We love how it also has the ability to make many different turn shapes in a multitude of terrain choices. No question, go with the Camox. A Staff favorite at SE.
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