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  1. #1
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    FS: Black Crows Corvus 188

    Ended up going a different direction.

    Brand New 188 Corvus from this year.

    $450 Shipped!

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  2. #2
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    That’s such a baller ski. Messed mine up in Switzerland- must resist bump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
    Thatís such a baller ski. Messed mine up in Switzerland- must resist bump.
    Why is this why it feels so right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K1mJ0ngTr1ll View Post
    Why is this why it feels so right?
    That made no sense. Thanks Siri.

    Why resist? When it feels so right.

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    This is a great deal on a really good ski. Bump

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    FS: Black Crows Corvus 188

    One of my biggest downsides with these is constantly being told by randos in the lift line how rad my skis are. It gets old.

    Otherwise, this is becoming my go-to ski.
    focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustonen View Post
    One of my biggest downsides with these is constantly being told by randos in the lift line how rad my skis are. It gets old.

    Otherwise, this is becoming my go-to ski.

    I completely agree with that statement, I donít ask people about their skis, why are they asking about mine or making comments beatersÖ

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    Bumping

  9. #9
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    Skied my couple years earlier version yesterday for the first day this season. Forgot what a versatile ski this is. Given it's ability to go fast and eat up 3D snow, its really quite accessible at slow speeds and in bumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    Skied my couple years earlier version yesterday for the first day this season. Forgot what a versatile ski this is. Given it's ability to go fast and eat up 3D snow, its really quite accessible at slow speeds and in bumps.
    Don't make me mount them lol

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    I own a Atris and a Corvus and my Corvus is my DD. Atris is fun but not nearly as versatile and I like the fact that when I have had enough of turning, I can just destroy chop and bumps. Atris gets tossed too much for that. I would keep the Corvus and drill them.

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    Corvus is a bit boring on groomers as it lacks energy/pop due to layup + lack of camber.

    But that layup and lack of camber is also what makes it so easy to ski despite it's massive top end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoVT Joey View Post
    I own a Atris and a Corvus and my Corvus is my DD. Atris is fun but not nearly as versatile and I like the fact that when I have had enough of turning, I can just destroy chop and bumps. Atris gets tossed too much for that. I would keep the Corvus and drill them.
    Corvus is better at more things than the Atris.

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    So want these bump

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    I donít need these, but I want these


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    Quote Originally Posted by halliday View Post
    Corvus is better at more things than the Atris.
    That’s for sure.

    ….And there is energy in the ski, it just requires high angles and flexing the ski hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoVT Joey View Post
    That’s for sure.

    ….And there is energy in the ski, it just requires high angles and flexing the ski hard.
    No stored energy like in a camber the energy comes from you and the ski responds accordingly. The more you give the more you get. Also, great ski for the trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halliday View Post
    No stored energy like in a camber the energy comes from you and the ski responds accordingly. The more you give the more you get. Also, great ski for the trees.

    Fuck yes. This guy gets it!!

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    Just a shorter, stiffer spring. Nothing wrong with that, but you canít access it if youíre a beater.
    focus.

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    Yeah, if you canít get rebound from the Corvus youíre not pushing hard enough. I think theyíre anything but boring on groomers. Theyíll trench and pop you out of the turn if youíre using the side cut

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    Lean into them, they're not going to fold up. Or you can wiggle through the trees in powder nice and easy. Groomers? They crush groomers.

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    Corvus > Pond Skim

    Nuttin they don slay

  23. #23
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    This ended up being an add for the Corvus....

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    Still here bump!

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    Bump..

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