The Corvus Freebird falls in the category of an east coast powder ski or a daily driver for areas of high annual snowfall. Starting at the core of the ski, poplar wood is lightweight but retains the snappy feel you'd look for in alpine skis. Paulownia wood is even lighter than poplar and provides the torsional rigidity you'd want in a backcountry ski. The ski profile offers a long effective edge length with enough tip rocker to comfortably skin through deep snow or release the turn in powder and tight trees in the glades.
## From Black Crows ##
Ski chosen by all the great ski-touring enthusiasts, the new corvus freebird benefits from a new, less pronounced rise of the rocker, a more dynamic heel and elongated sidecuts.
The result is a more aggressive ski with better precision on the entry and exit of turns and which braces better. It is also fitted with a titanal plate underfoot which increases the drill depth so as to adapt to the new hybrid bindings. Life is always in pink.
- Sidecut: 140/107/119 at 183
- Turn Radius: 21 meters
- Poplar and Paulownia Wood Core
- Tail Notch for climbing skins