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 /
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.
Armada's most affordable woman's ski, the Cantika is intended to be an entry-level park ski that can perform all over the mountain. Cap construction and Armada's Fleet Core keep this ski light without sacrificing too much strength. *dimensions apply to the 157 cm length
Redesigned for 2012, the ARW is wider and now comes with Armada's AR50 sidewall-a blend between cap and sidewall construction. The result, according to Armada, is a park ski with increased durability and decreased swing weight that can handle its own all over the mountain. *dimensions apply to the 166 cm length
Designed to be a mid-fat, all-mountain weapon, the ARVw is very traditional with full camber and sandwich-sidewall construction. Like most of Armada's skis, it's meant to see a little time in the park. Many levels of skier should be able to get on the ARVw.
The TSTw shares all the same technology and many of the same dimensions of the men's TST. Hovering around 100 centimeters underfoot with generous tip rocker but strong tail, it's designed to be useful in almost any condition for intermediates to experts. A portion of the proceeds from the TST are donated to the Travis Steeger's Memorial Fund, to honor the late skier that helped design it, and the "Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundaries Society." *dimensions apply to the 165 cm length
The VJJ is new this season. It takes all of the technology and dimensions that make the JJ such a popular ski amongst the younger freeride and freestyle crowd and adapts it to women. Rocker in the tip and tail will help in soft snow, while camber underfoot will help it get around on the grooms. It's designed to be lightweight, floaty, and fun. Very wide by a women's ski standard it will likely suit more advanced skiers.
Rocker isn't for every situation. Armada designed the ARV for the skier that wants a wider ski with traditional camber and a more traditional shape. It's meant to be at home in many different types of terrain and be accessible to novices and experts alike. *dimensions are for the 175 cm length