the program

Mid-fat, very responsive and tolerant - the camox is especially good for all-terrain conditions.
The camox is a great all-round ski thanks to a tip and tail which are efficient on soft snow and a solid flex underfoot which gives good grip on hardpack.
Its perfect for all kinds of terrain. the camox is great for powder, piste skiing and even park! this is the ski which i'd recommend to anyone who wants to ski everything with one pair of skis! Luca Tribondeau

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nitty gritty

  • medium width: 97mm waist.
  • double rocker: easy to handle with good control and pivot.
  • medium classic camber: classic camber underfoot with moderate ski/snow contact, giving a good balance between stability and manoeuvrability.
  • medium flex, stiff underfoot and softer through the tip and tail: comfortable during the turn and efficient on all types of terrain.
radius(in meters): 18 m
Radius:short
Radius:medium
Radius:long
Radius:looong
short
medium
long
looong
width(in millimeters): 97mm
width:narrow
width:medium
width:mid-fat
width:fat
narrow
medium
mid-fat
fat
profile: double beak: light rocker in the tail and in the tip, camber underfoot
tip rocker
mounting point
contact lenght
tail rocker
19%
- 6 cm
71%
10%
The camox is for you if
you have the desire to go there but also there and why not there.

size details

165-170cm | 5'4" - 5'6"
Relaxed: 174cm, Agressive: 174cm
170-175cm | 5'6" - 5'7"
Relaxed: 174cm, Agressive: 181cm
175-180cm | 5'7" - 5'9"
Relaxed: 181cm, Agressive: 181cm or 186cm
180-185cm | 5'9" - 6'0"
Relaxed: 181cm, Agressive: 181cm or 186cm
185-190cm | 6'0" - 6'2"
Relaxed: 186cm, Agressive: 186cm
190-195cm | 6'2" - 6'4"
Relaxed: 186cm, Agressive: 186cm
tip
13.0 cm
waist
9.7 cm
tail
11.5 cm
radius
18 m
tip
12.7 cm
waist
9.7 cm
tail
11.4 cm
radius
18 m
tip
12.5
waist
9.7
tail
11.2
radius
18

awards

  • The 2016-17 season marks the tenth anniversary of Chamonix-based Black Crows and also the brand’s second year appearing on North American ski shop walls. Among its many offerings, the Camox received rave reviews from our testers, including, “Charged hard with on-point stability and good pop,” “Quite playful, good on edge” and “Pivots superbly and ollies off ‘errythang.’” Its poplar core provides dampness in a lightweight package, and carbon Kevlar stringers ensure excellent stability and torsional rigidity. Its mix of tip and tail rocker and camber underfoot translates to top-notch handling through the trees and bumps and rip roarin’ good times on the open slopes. Freeskier editors' pick
  • The frogs have set out to create products dedicated to unadulterated pleasure. the camox is a confident ski that can charge yet remains easy to flick from side to side. it's a wide all-terrain ski, and it delivers. Skiing Magazine official selection 2016
  • Black Crows is known for high-altitude skis designed to fly in the upper reaches of the French Alps. But on down days, when the flock stays close to home, the Camox comes out. With Double Beak rocker--more pronounced in the tip than the tail--plus camber underfoot, a poplar wood core, carbon-Kevlar strips running the length of the ski, and ABS sidewalls to absorb vibrations, the Camox pivots easily and rails turns on a firm edge. It's a lively ski that responds well underfoot. "This ski has no speed limit," says ex-racer Kelsey Barnes. "Ski it like a super G ski and it's still as stable as a rock, responsive, and energetic." Powder Magazine skier’s choice 2017

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