Vista Verde RanchclosedH 43°L 25°24 hour snow "48 hours snow "Lifts Open of Base Lower/Upper /
Winter ParkclosedH 44°L 23°24 hour snow "48 hours snow "Lifts Open of 26Base Lower/Upper /
Wolf Creek Ski AreaclosedH 49°L 30°24 hour snow "48 hours snow "Lifts Open of 7Base Lower/Upper /
Full camber, soft flex in the tip and tail, and low swing weight make the THALL perfect for urban and park maneuvers. The THALL's cap/sidewall hybrid construction and beefy edges make for a durable jib ski that loves to play.
One of Armada's original designs, the ARV uses classic camber, a reliable sandwich construction, and a versatile 95-millimeter waist to ski just about anything. Its forgiving flex makes it easy to use too.
The Magic J is Tanner Hall's own twist the legendary JJ. It's got less rocker and more girth than the JJ, perfect for staying lifted above deep snow. Because the contact points are further from the boot than the JJ, it's more stable at higher speeds too.
The ski that changed how fat skis are skied, the JJ offers a proven blend of rocker and camber. At 115-millimeters underfoot (120 for the AKJJ) it's enough to float through the deepest snow, while still maintaining hard snow grip. A western one-ski quiver, the JJ does it all.
Testers found the TST to be both a confident off-piste tool and a reliable carverï¿½though many noted it had a top speed. "This ski may be my new best friend," gushed one East Coaster. Its playful shapeï¿½in particular its rockered and tapered tipï¿½allowed it to athletically maneuver and pivot through glades and bumps while its stiff tail gave the ski power out of each turn.
The Pipe Cleaner is Armada's dedicated tool for shredding half pipes to ribbons. Featuring full camber, a cap/sidewall hybrid, and a super slick base, it's made to flip spin and carve its way to the podium.
With rocker in the tip and tail, slick bases, and a cap/sidewall hybrid construction, the Alpha 1 is Armada's most technologically advanced park sk Add in Armada's five-dimension sidecut and enjoy hook free moves off jumps and onto rails.
Designed for skiers who like big lines and big turns, the Norwalk utilizes rocker in the tip, camber underfoot, and a traditional tail. At 115 millimeters underfoot, the Norwalk is Armada's big mountain directional ski for any snowpack.
Designed for the frontside, the Triumph is Armada's answer to the modern carving sk The combination of full camber, titanal, and a high-performance base make the Triumph a true trench-carving tool. Use it for hard days or lighting up local beer league races in style.
The newest incarnation of Armada's ARG, the Bubba is designed for days when "getting back to the chair" isn't an issue. It features more sidecut than its predecessor though, so the Bubba is a bit more user friendly when it does venture inbounds.