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Black Crows Mentis Freebird Touring Skis



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New for 2022 is the Mentis Freebird from Black Crows. It is the lightest ski in the Freebird lineup (Sub 1000g).  The Mentis is definitely more of a fitness-focused ski but with a less aggressive sidecut and a wider waist than its predecessor. This is going to be a fun ski to rip laps with. 

The Mentis is playful in nature but it sports a longer turning radius for its class (19m). With a unique blunt spoon nose and slightly more rocker than the Vastus, these skis will be able to handle a wider range of conditions. And just like the other Freebird skis, it has a Paulownia core, a layer of carbon mixed fiberglass weave, and a titanal mounting plate underfoot to keep it torsionally rigid. Think skinny powder ski with a twist. 

  • Train with style with this lightweight touring ski
  • Paulownia Wood core with mixed fiberglass and carbon and titanal binding reinforcement 
  • Front rocker and long, classic camber 
  • 80mm underfoot gives sufficient stability and agility

Sidecut: 110 - 80 - 100 

Lengths (cm): 157, 164, 171, 178

Weight: 1000g at 171cm

Turning Radius: 19m at 171cm

 

    Specs Product Details
    Weight 1375g (178cm)
    Lengths 160, 166, 172, 178, 183, 188 cm
    Dimensions 133 / 96 / 114 mm (178cm)
    Profile Slight Rocker Tip / Camber
    Construction Semi Cap
    Core Paulownia
    Recommended Use All Mountain
    Manufactuer Warranty 2-Years

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