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Armada

Norwalk

Armada

2016

rating3.20

price$825

Ratings
Stability At Speed: 
2.32 / 5
Hard Snow Performance: 
1.38 / 5
Crud Performance: 
3.02 / 5
Forgiveness: 
2.44 / 5
Overall: 
3.20 / 5
Flotation: 
4.36 / 5

YEAR2015/2016

WAIST WIDTH116mm

TIP/TAIL/WAIST141-116-132

LEVELAdvanced

LENGTHS169,179,189

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The Norwalk is Armada's more old-school powder ski, with a flatter tail than its Deepest series counterparts. This tail is also designed to be stiffer than any other powder ski from Armada except the Magic J, which features the same tail flex pattern. Its EST All Mountain Rocker has a lot to do with this traditional tail, holding zero rocker in the tail while other powder skis are totally rockered back there. This is designed for better edge hold on hard pack snow because, as we all know, not every day is a powder day. The Norwalk also has Comp Series Bases made of Armada's fastest base material. The Norwalk is part of Armada's Deepest series, which focuses on powder skis. AR50 sidewalls are designed to decrease swing weight, Hybrid Ultralight Cores are stabilized through extra damp wood cores, Laminate Matrix integrates layered fiberglass, designed for an optimal flex pattern, and 1.7 edges, Armada's lightest edges, are built in to decrease weight while maintaining durability. Armada, founded in 2002, is based out of Costa Mesa, California.

Invictus 95

Armada

2016

rating2.44

price$600

Ratings
Stability At Speed: 
3.33 / 5
Hard Snow Performance: 
2.70 / 5
Crud Performance: 
2.63 / 5
Forgiveness: 
1.57 / 5
Overall: 
2.44 / 5
Flotation: 
2.87 / 5

YEAR2015/2016

WAIST WIDTH95mm

TIP/TAIL/WAIST133-95-123

LEVELExpert

LENGTHS167,176,185

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The all-new Invictus 95 is the little brother of the also all-new Invictus 95Ti, designed to offer a less stiff profile, but with nearly identical technology in every other way. While all of the other Invictus skis have titanal top and bottom layers designed for extra stiffness, this model is built to offer a softer and more forgiving experience for those who aren't gunning as hard as possible at all times. For something similar but wider, check out the Invictus 108Ti. For something nearly identical yet stiffer, check out the Invictus 95Ti. And for something similar but skinnier, check out the Invictus 89. The Invictus series includes a plethora of skis designed for big turns and high speeds all over the mountain. AR50 sidewalls are intended to decrease swing weight, Hybrid Double Zone Cores full of extra hard-wood laminates are designed for stabilization, AR Nose Rocker technology is designed to let the tips float over anything outside of the groomers, Comp Bases are made of Armada's fastest base material for top speeds, CK Stringers (strips of Carbon and Kevlar) are designed to give the ski pop, Laminate Matrix integrates fiberglass layered for an optimal flex pattern, and 2.2 edges (one of Armada's thickest) are intended to handle beat downs all season. Invictus is also Latin for unconquered, which is pretty darn badass. Armada, founded in 2002, is based out of Costa Mesa, California.

VJJ 2.0

Armada

2016

rating2.38

price$825

Ratings
Stability At Speed: 
1.94 / 5
Hard Snow Performance: 
1.06 / 5
Crud Performance: 
2.13 / 5
Forgiveness: 
2.41 / 5
Overall: 
2.38 / 5
Flotation: 
4.01 / 5

YEAR2015/2016

WAIST WIDTH116mm

TIP/TAIL/WAIST137-116-133

LEVELAdvanced

LENGTHS155,165,175

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The VJJ 2.0 is designed to be a versatile women's powder ski. It has a Hybrid Ultralight Core manufactured to let it fly around the mountain without any extra baggage, EST Freeride Rocker designed for effortless floating over the soft stuff with extra edge control for days that aren't neck-deep, Comp Series Bases made of Armada's fastest base material, and 1.7 impact edges that are designed to be lightweight, yet durable. This is also the fattest women's ski from Armada, ranging up to a 137 mm contact point. The VJJ 2.0 is part of Armada's Women's series, which focuses on skis for chicks that rip. AR50 sidewalls (except in the Cantika) are built to decrease swing weight and Laminate Matrix integrates layered fiberglass, designed for an optimal flex pattern. Armada, founded in 2002, is based out of Costa Mesa, California.

Invictus 95 Ti

Armada

2016

rating2.67

price$775

Ratings
Stability At Speed: 
2.61 / 5
Hard Snow Performance: 
2.66 / 5
Crud Performance: 
2.44 / 5
Forgiveness: 
2.74 / 5
Overall: 
2.67 / 5
Flotation: 
2.25 / 5

YEAR2015/2016

WAIST WIDTH95mm

TIP/TAIL/WAIST133-95-123

LEVELAdvanced

LENGTHS167,176,185

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A new ski from Armada, the Invictus 95Ti is designed for groomers and general all mountain skiing. It has a 95 mm waist that isn't too fat for a normal days or too slim for a powder day, and Titanal integrated for smooth turns without chatter and other vibrations. For something similar but wider, check out the Invictus 108Ti. For something nearly identical yet softer, check out the Invictus 95. And for something similar but skinnier, check out the Invictus 89Ti. The Invictus series includes a plethora of skis designed for big turns and high speeds all over the mountain. AR50 sidewalls are intended to decrease swing weight, Hybrid Double Zone Cores full of extra hard-wood laminates are designed for stabilization, AR Nose Rocker technology is designed to let the tips float over anything outside of the groomers, Comp Bases are made of Armada's fastest base material for top speeds, CK Stringers (strips of Carbon and Kevlar) are designed to give the ski pop, Laminate Matrix integrates fiberglass layered for an optimal flex pattern, and 2.2 edges (one of Armada's thickest) are intended to handle beat downs all season. Invictus is also Latin for unconquered, which is pretty darn badass. Armada, founded in 2002, is based out of Costa Mesa, California.

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