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Are Black Crows all marketing?

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I am after a new set of ski's, I have asked before on here & I got it down to Rossignol Experience 84's in a 184 length, As I currently have & like the experience 80's they sounded spot on but I wasn't sure about the 184 length, I am only 175 tall but unfortunately I weigh 100Kg.
I do 90% piste skiing & do like to carve a turn but I want something a bit more all mountain to help me get through the chopped up crud at the end of the day & pop off the side every now and again
BUT the thing is for some reason I keep getting drawn to Black Crows , I got the 12 year old a pair for his Christmas & he loves them, I have looked & the Captis & Vertis versions seem to fit the bill for me on paper, but paper doesn't mention weight, are they for the super slim French or real people.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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No, it's not all marketing (though their marketing is certainly very effective) Black Crow make some good skis. Most will still have the 'boutique' edge over bigger brands.

If I were you I'd talk to Jon at the Piste Office as he can sell you pretty much any ski, and is across all the models and their character.

I may well be wrong, but my perception (from talking to others) is that Black Crows have become a lot softer in recent seasons, so maybe not the ideal choice for your specs. Again, Jon would know better then I.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
https://www.backcountryuk.com/black-crows-skis-256-c.asp

On sale here. Not sure about weight they're intended for, but does include weight of the skis though
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For your stats and requirements nothing at sensible money beats the Blizzard Brahma 82 or 88 with a sturdy flat mounted binding. If you have a bigger budget then there's Kastle and Stockli.
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