For the 2019/20 Powder Recon is offering a boutique range of backcountry avalanche gear.
ATK Pin Binding touring skis:
Black Crows Ferox Freebird
The Black Crows Freebird range is re-knowned for their lightweight touring skis, with the all new Ferox the lineup now includes a 110mm waist in the touring setup. This ski promises to be lightweight for the uphill, and charge hard through the powder on the downhill. With new consturction techniques from Black Crows being used in the current freebird line, the Ferox is sure to be a Powder Recon clients favoured ski.
Black Crows Corvus Freebird
Whilst the pink topsheet might be offputting to some, for the brave the Black Crows Corvus Freebird skis stands out when it comes to actually skiing. With the rocker - camber - rocker profile, the Corvus Freebird offers the most precise feel on the steep and challenging descents. This is one of the Powder Recon staff's favourite skis, not for the topsheet, but the incredible skiing that happens, when the pink colour isn't visible......
Black Crows Navis Freebird
Amongst the most versatile and one of the best selling of the Black Crows Freebord range, the Navis skis everything, and is primarily built to be the best ski to ski down, not the lightest ski to go up. The 102 waist means that it has float for powder days, but can still carve on the bluebird days.
Marker Duke Binding:
Skiing Magazine's Ski of the Year, the legendary Enforcer, is one of the greatest all-mountain skis ever built. Sporting a 100mm waist for versatility, a full wood core sandwiched between two sheets of metal for power and stability at speed, a blunt nosed tip to blast through crud, and a low rocker profile for full edge contact on hard snow conditions, the Enforcer is built for those that love to ski. Smooth Powerful - playful - Ski everywhere with confidence.