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Armada ARV 106 Ski
This all-mountain mid-fat twin delivers loads of performance no matter where you ski or what the conditions throw at you. In deep snow, the rockered tip and tail allow easy pivots and smearing of turns, perfect for skiing tight trees. On harder snow, the powerful Poplar Ash core provides an ultra-stable platform for laying down carves with the relatively long turn radius. And for the freestyle junkies, the AR75 Sidewall design gives you power transmission and confidence to stomp big landings without increasing weight at the extremities thanks to the capped construction towards the tips. Easy to spin, durable, manoeuvrable and the perfect width for a variety of styles and conditions.
Armada ARV 116 JJ Ski
The classics never die. The ARV 116 JJ advances the legacy with the new 2020 model. Super-rockered tips combine with Smear Tech (3D bevelling for an increased surfy feel) for a super-manoeuvrable deep powder machine. Camber underfoot gives you the predictable, stable grip you need when you find yourself in less than knee-deep snow. A beefy Poplar and Ash Core rounds the package out with a stiffened profile that is damp and reliable, providing stability at speed and in a variety of conditions. The tough S7 Base ensures you can turn the whole mountain into your own personal terrain park year after year. The ski of choice for playful, freestyle inspired skiers who seek out the deepest untracked lines.
Armada ARV 96 Ski
With a playful and responsive feel, the ARV 96 is an all-mountain machine that isn’t fussy about where you take it. From the park to the piste and beyond, this ski has the tech to tackle it all. The S7 Base is not only fast but is durable as well – giving you season after season of reliability and confidence. Rockered tip and tail give the ski a nimble feel without compromising the excellent carving performance which is boosted by the powerful and damp Poplar Ash core. With a softer feel in the tips that ramps up underfoot, this ski lands smoothly and butters beautifully, and you’ll also find it to be super-fun through bumpy lines and terrain. The powerful cambered underfoot section gives you racecar-like grip that you can trust at high speed.
Armada Tracer 108 Ski
At 108mm underfoot, the Tracer 108 sits in a sweet spot where it’ll provide an awesome feel in deep Japanese powder while still being a practical, if a little wider than average, ski for Aussie conditions. Freeride Rocker up front provides great flotation and easy manoeuvrability in tight lines and tricky snow conditions, with camber underfoot supplying the edge grip you need for high-speed white-knuckle skiing. Ti Binding Reinforcement alongside Laminate Matrix and Adaptive Mesh combine to result in a ski that responds quickly to input while still being damp and powerful when you need it to be. At only 1750g/ski at 180cm, this ski is relatively light too – so if you’re looking to a ski to base a touring setup around, consider this as a great option.
Armada Tracer 98 Ski
Armada’s most versatile Tracer, the 98 uses all the same technology of the wider skis in the line but in an ultra-adaptable width that will have you stoked no matter what the conditions throw at you. With a rockered tip and lightweight extremities, this ski is super easy to manoeuvre while also being stable at speed thanks to the Ti Binding Reinforcement and Adaptive Mesh. Extended AR75 Sidewall provides great power-transmission while keeping the ski light and nimble at the tip and tail. Pair these up with some touring bindings for a great all-season set-up, or some downhill bindings for a versatile lightweight freeride ski.
Faction Prodigy 2.0 Kengo
The Faction Prodigy 2.0 colab returns this winter in limited edition. This model is signed by Kengo Kimura, inspired by the Yokonori culture. The lines and shapes are fluid and invite you to travel in the forests of the Niigata region, from where he originates.
Faction Prodigy 2.0 Skis
The Faction Prodigy 2.0 Skis stomp their way into the lead in the all-mountain freestyle category with a versatile directional twin shape and mid-fat 98 mm waist. This is Faction’s go-to option for progressive riders who don’t want to spend their whole day in the park but don’t want to be held back by a wide, powder oriented ski the rest of the time.
Faction Prodigy 2.0X SkisA top choice for skilled all-mountain women who want a ski that can handle anything, the Faction Prodigy 2.0X Skis put all the pieces together with a finely tuned directional twin shape, solid poplar wood and sidewall construction, and a durable anti-chip topsheet. The Prodigy 2.0X is hard to beat for versatility, and a great choice for a variety of snow conditions.