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Freeride Touring 2.0 Package



While conditions around the US vary greatly, and snowpack throughout mid-winter can either mean waist deep turns or heavy PNW concrete, you will want a set-up that can go along with whatever daily objective you have. While some may be accustomed to a narrow waist that can maintain a float amongst its wider brothers, the new technology in ski construction has opened up a whole new understanding; light and wide. Whether you look for a hard charging ski in steep and deep conditions, or something you can carve multiple low angle laps on, the Black Crows Ferox is the perfect median between light and wide, playful and stiff.  
Black Crows introduced their touring quiver not long ago, and with it they gathered the attention of some of the biggest riders around the world to dial in a touring ski that hikes as well as it ski’s. The Ferox is the wide child of the Anima and Corvus Freebirds. Where the Anima Freebird was a forgiving powder pursuer, the Corvus was the stiffer more agile partner that many claimed as the best of Black Crows quiver. The Ferox takes all the positive attributes of both to make a stiff and playful freeride ski that doesn’t compromise edge contact or float.

Mounted up with what is by far the only binding that can be used for both mountaineer and aggressive freeriding; a one quiver wonder, the Salomon MTN. The MTN shows just how well Salomon hit the market with a touring binding that never fails, weighs under 300 grams and provides the safety release you want with a touring binding. There are no special frills or stand out features, simply a binding that will never let you down when in harsh conditions.

Pairing both of these with the Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro and you have a set-up that walks great, climbs outstandingly, and holds nothing back in terms of weight and flex. The Zero G is one of the only boots on the market that can maintain 60 degrees of cuff articulation with a two piece design. That two piece design helps drive it’s 130 flex and make it one of the stiffest and lightest 4 buckle touring boots on the market.    
While conditions around the US vary greatly, and snowpack throughout mid-winter can either mean waist deep turns or heavy PNW concrete, you will want a set-up that can go along with whatever daily objective you have. While some may be accustomed to a narrow waist that can maintain a float amongst its wider brothers, the new technology in ski construction has opened up a whole new understanding; light and wide. Whether you look for a hard charging ski in steep and deep conditions, or something you can carve multiple low angle laps on, the Black Crows Ferox is the perfect median between light and wide, playful and stiff.  
Black Crows introduced their touring quiver not long ago, and with it they gathered the attention of some of the biggest riders around the world to dial in a touring ski that hikes as well as it ski’s. The Ferox is the wide child of the Anima and Corvus Freebirds. Where the Anima Freebird was a forgiving powder pursuer, the Corvus was the stiffer more agile partner that many claimed as the best of Black Crows quiver. The Ferox takes all the positive attributes of both to make a stiff and playful freeride ski that doesn’t compromise edge contact or float.

Mounted up with what is by far the only binding that can be used for both mountaineer and aggressive freeriding; a one quiver wonder, the Salomon MTN. The MTN shows just how well Salomon hit the market with a touring binding that never fails, weighs under 300 grams and provides the safety release you want with a touring binding. There are no special frills or stand out features, simply a binding that will never let you down when in harsh conditions.

Pairing both of these with the Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro and you have a set-up that walks great, climbs outstandingly, and holds nothing back in terms of weight and flex. The Zero G is one of the only boots on the market that can maintain 60 degrees of cuff articulation with a two piece design. That two piece design helps drive it’s 130 flex and make it one of the stiffest and lightest 4 buckle touring boots on the market.    

Need help finding the right gear to complete your setup? Schedule an online appointment today to work with a backcountry expert to get your setup dialed!

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