Comor | Black Crows


Posted on September 19, 2017 at 12:18 AM


Crafted for the Modern Freeskier by Lifelong Freeskiers

The folks here at Comor are absolutely buzzing over our new partnership with Black Crows skis. This winter, Comor will carry the complete Black Crows product line in store and online. Black Crows has taken the freeskiing world by storm over the past few seasons and this partnership is their latest and arguably biggest move into the North American market to date.

You may recognize Black crows as the new skis of choice for local pros and all-around cool dudes Callum Pettit and Mark Abma. But if you haven't yet heard of them, we want to get you familiarized. 

Black Crows was founded out of the French Alps in the early 2000s by the adventurous, out-looking duo of Camille Jaccoux and Bruno Compagnet. Since then the Crow family has grown exponentially, attracting those who share an unequivocally raw passion for freeskiing with the co-founders. 

Black crows' versatile line of skis catch the eye with their minimalistic yet vivid graphics. Their shape and design is heavily influenced by the vision of Julien Regnier. Regnier, a freeskiing legend in his own right, helped create(d) the Armada JJ which revolutionized big mountain ski shape. His allegiance is now to Black Crows as he continues to set ever-adapting ski industry trends.

Take a glimpse at just a few of their skis below:

Black Crows Anima
Black Crows Anima | Competition ski of Freeride World Tour athlete Kristofer Turdell, the Anima is the quintessential contemporary big mountain ski. Black Crows Corvus Freebird
Black Crows Corvus Freebird | Personal favorite of Comor E-Commerce Manager Jarrett Zavitz not just because of the color, but because they so effectively combine the attributes of a lightweight touring ski with that of a hard charging big mountain ski.
Black Crows Atris Birdie
Black Crows Atris Birdie | Sister of the key model Atris, the Atris Birdie thrives in all conditions known to woman.

Shop Black Crows in the Comor webstore now.

Check out the Black Crows site for more info on all things Crows.

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