The evolution of the key model is a delicate task.
Black Crows wanted to make the atris more stable at high speed without altering its great handling and playfulness. Their team was successful with this by intervening on three variables: extension of the radius, a softening of the flex and a more progressive heel rise. So, the atris has become more easily handled at speed without altering its ease of handling. The new atris gallantly opens the doors of a great ski.
- Width: 108 mm 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 manoeuvrability.
- Progressive tip rise: good consistency during the turn and easy float.
- Stiff and consistent flex: a very stable ski.
- Profile: double beak: rocker in the tail and in the tip, camber underfoot.