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Built for carving and playing on piste, the distinctive looking Mirus Cor from freeski brand Black Crows really does perform at a high level. The fish tail is essentially useless, but it looks super cool.

Black Crows Mirus Cor
Best for
Advanced and expert skiers that want to have fun on-piste and play around in variable terrain
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The playful and responsive feel of a well-made ski that looks super cool
You pay a high price for such quality engineering and design, unfortunately

The Mirus Cor breaks away from the majority of the Black Crows range in the fact that it’s designed for staying mostly on piste, but with a playful, freestyle element built in. A single titanal plate runs through the ski that is double rockered, with a traditional camber. This produces a powerful ski that can yet be turned easily and it handles variable terrain off the sides of the piste well too.

For any skier looking for a high-performance on-piste ski that stands out from the crowd and is versatile enough to handle deeper snow and variable terrain, then the Mirus Cor must be tried. Yes the price tag is high, but for a reason – they are so much fun to ride.

There’s a long list of positive attributes that we can associate with the Mirus Cor – powerful, yet easy to turn, incredibly responsive, seems to love short radius turns as well as longer arcs, zippy and quick, versatile and handles all terrain well and possibly the coolest looking skis on the mountain.

Advanced skiers that have both proficient carving technique with the ability to pivot and play in the park or in the moguls, will get the most out of these skis. But intermediate skiers should not shy away from them, because they aren’t a handful to turn and feel well balanced – neither under or over steering. They might just feel a little too stiff in the moguls if rotational skills are lacking, but that’s surely a good reason to get practising.

If you’re looking for something a bit unique that stands out from the crowd and you want to have fun on-piste all day long, look no further. 

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