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Watch Black Crows’ Brand-New Captis Skies Come Out to Play

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Join skiers Remco Kaiser and Antuu Oikkonen as they venture by train to hit the slopes and test out Black Crows all-new Captis and Captis Birdie freestyle skis.

Swiss skier Kaiser and Finnish skier Oikkonen are on an adventure. They’re going to some of Kaiser’s favorite spots for a very special day of skiing. Together they’re putting Black Crows latest skis to the test, jumping, shredding, and flipping their way through Europe on the Captis, by train.

The Black Crows Captis and Captis Birdie freestyle skis are part of the 2023 lineup. They’re said to be more incisive and playful on all terrain and conditions. And watching Kaiser and Oikkonen rip around on these new Black Crows skis, they look like a ton of fun to ride.

“It’s such a playful ski, and I don’t know, it just feels more interesting than any ski I tried before,” said Remco of the Black Crows skis. “I kept skiing it all season once I got it.”

The 90mm-wide Black Crows All Terrain Captis and Captis Birdie cost $650 each, weigh 3,850 g, have a mounting point of -6 cm and a radius of 18 m. You can check out the new Captis freestyle skis here.

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