nice width: 108 waist.
double rocker: immediate pivot.
medium classic camber: classic camber underfoot with moderate ski/snow contact, giving a good balance between stability and manoeuvrability.
slightly extended sidecut (20 meters radius): more stability at high speed, balance between firmness and maneuverability.
progressive tip rise: good consistency during the turn and easy float.
stiff and consistent flex: a very stable ski.
It’s livelier than its predecessor, and has more grip; but above all, this Camox Freebird has been made distinctly lighter, which makes a lot of difference in a touring ski. A sporty flex, classic camber and double rocker, all the pleasure of off-piste in a touring version.
weight: 3600g/pair @175.1
wide width: 109mm waist.
front progressive rocker and lightly tapered sidecut: great carving stability.
long classic camber: classic camber underfoot with extensive ski/snow contact for alpine-style turns.
progressive tail: less tail washout and easier pivot initiation.
The modernisation of our iconic model dedicated to touring with improvements made to the hold and the safety. To perfect a ski which already performs very well, the effort was concentrated on the extension of the side lines to gain stability and hold at high speed, but also we added a titanal plate under foot in order to double the wrenching force and also reinforce the solidity of the mounting of the binding inserts. Also new for the Navis Freebird, the addition of a new length of 173 cm which is placed midway between its two adjacent sizes, giving birth to four lengths: 167, 173, 179 and 185 cm.
It has a superbly sure grip, the perfect companion for vertical adventures. Sized for mountain skiing with a 91 mm waist, light and highly skiable, it will see you through all your exploits, including the steepest of slopes.
Inside, the core is made of paulownia and a mixture of glass and carbon fibre, giving a core of 2.25 kg in the 175 cm length. As for shape, the Ova Freebird has a progressively raised tail, a soft sidecut and a tolerant flex, enabling it to pivot superbly without any sacrifice of performance on hard snow.