Ski with ambassadors, demo the latest and greatest from Black Crows, watch its newest film productions, and party with the Ski Sauvage tour crew.
This December, Black Crows is hitting the road on the brand’s annual Ski Sauvage tour. It’s going around the world and across Europe and the U.S. with some killer demo days (on its newest skis), guided tours, brand-new ski film premieres, and music. The brand is on a mission to spread the stoke far and wide.
“The Ski Sauvage tour is about sharing adventures and the love of skiing with like-minded people in pursuit of pleasure,” said Giorgio Saviane, chief marketing officer at Black Crows.
Ski Sauvage With Black Crows
This year, Black Crows’ Ski Sauvage crew will be resort hopping and teaming up with Black Crows ambassadors at each mountain. The crew will be armed to the teeth with an arsenal of the brand’s 2022/23 skis. It will have options from the all-terrain, touring, and big mountain collections — skis like the Ova Freebird, the Mentis Freebird, and the Mirus Cor.
The events will come in two forms: big weekend events and product-specific events. The big weekend events will be an opportunity to try any one of the styles off of Black Crows’ new lineup of skis.
The ambassadors will be there to ski with attendees. Professional athletes will be there to meet and mingle with. And there will be screenings of Black Crows’ latest video productions.
The product-focused events will be based around a single ski and will be uphill-oriented. You’ll get to hike up with the Black Crows’ Ski Sauvage ambassadors and earn some turns testing out the latest from the uphill line of Black Crows skis.
Ski Sauvage Tour Details and Dates
In Europe, from December 3 to March 5, the Ski Sauvage tour will hit 13 resorts in France. And in the U.S. from December 16 to February 26, it will be stopping at seven resorts, including Aspen, Colorado; Taos, New Mexico; Killington, Vermont; and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The events will include Ski Touring initiation with Liv Sansoz, Big Mountain skiing with Freeride World Tour champion Kristoffer Turdell, and Air Carving with “twin-tip legend” Julien Regnier.
“It’s a way of exploring new resorts, bringing people together and enjoying time in the mountains,” said Saviane.
So, check out the dates and locations for each stop on the Black Crows website. Registration is free and extremely simple. We’re hoping to make it to a few tour stops ourselves.