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The Black Crow Comox Birdies look and feel ace but do their good looks translate to great performance? Read our review to find out.

Level
Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Robust, playful and forgiving all mountain fun, leaning towards the off piste
Price
£550
lengths
167, 177
Bindings?
No
Versatility
9
Off-piste
10
Value
6
On-piste
9
Performance
9
Overall Score
9

'These skis are so much fun!' Said one of our test team - she was grinning like a madwoman for the whole time she was on them.

They were easy, accessible and playful but certainly didn't hold back in the turns, so it was possible to really hit it hard.

They've undergone a redesign from last year and now a tip and tail rocker and camber underfoot make light work of the variable conditions.

The Camox Birdies are wide underfoot for an all mountain ski and lean more towards the back side of the mountain but we were impressed by their agility and performance on-piste too.

They held well in gliding long turns and were poppy and enthusiastic with everything else we threw at them. Ideal for the advanced lady that wants to spend more time playing in the powder snow and backcountry terrain.

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