Skiers looking for an option around the 100mm width area and considering the Justis, should understand one thing - Black Crows is certainly pushing the laws of ski making to its limits with this little number.
They should come with a warning: "anyone afraid of ripping, stay well away".
The traditional camber ski comes with a tip rocker that really helps turn initiation and helps create a lively feel and with a smaller tail rocker, this directional ski in some ways feels more 'alpine' in style than the other in the range, like the Camox.
The Justis suits a more aggressive all mountain freeride skier that tends to carve a little less on piste and wants to charge. Despite its powerful feel, they are remarkably playful in all conditions and especially handle variable snow conditions well. The tougher the ride then more they get going.
The Polar wood core is backed up with a double Titanal H-Plate that runs most of the skis length and is marked out by the top plate graphics in that distinctive Black Crows style.
Great for hard charging, powerful skiers looking for aggressive turns across the whole mountain in all conditions including powder.