Black Crows Justis Skis · 2021
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The Justis by Black Crows is a high-end, all-mountain ski for advanced skiers. It’s got a medium turn radius and strong construction, allowing it to be versatile and stable.
100mm Waist – The Justis is built for a huge variety of conditions but is a better bet for people in higher snow areas.
Poplar Core – The poplar wood core of the ski is stable and durable. It can be pushed hard while remaining playful.
Titanal Plates – Titanal plates in the ski enhance power transfer and ensure strong edge hold at speed.
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This ski shows off that amazing french engineering and performs like some of the hard-charging skis out there without sacrificing the playful form that crows is known for. This ski grips and rips, but with an underfoot playfulness that with have you smiling in the deep stuff!
This ski is similar in shape to the old Daemon (full reverse camber) and has very little in terms of camber. It's not a full reverse camber ski but is very close to it. The core has two H shaped layers of titanal to give this ski an incredibly stable and damp ride. Softer in the shovel and stiff from the midsection back these skis will give you great float in the soft and initiate turns with ease. The stiffer tails will keep you locked in and finish turns really well similar to the old Navis. The rocker profile makes these easy skis to pivot and slide around on. Great for getting through tight spots in moguls, chutes, and trees. The shape of this ski like the old Daemon is built to engage more and more of the ski the more you roll it over on edge. This increases the effective edge the more you lean into the turn.