The Halo is another ski from Armada designed for park skiing and beyond. Mild rocker in the tip and tail is meant to assist with buttering and reduces edge catch but also can help in the off-piste. The AR50 sidewall-combining cap and sidewall construction-is durable and lowers swing weight. The Halo is designed to be approachable for many levels of skiers. *dimensions are for the 176 cm length
Armada calls the AR7 an everyday ski for the all-mountain park skier. It's built with Armada's most durable construction materials including thicker edges, beefy core, and Carbon Kevlar stringer reinforcements. It's designed to take a beating and be capable in any condition a skier can throw at it. It's also intended to be a good ski for a variety of skill levels from blossoming intermediate to expert ripper. *dimensions are for the 176 cm length
Since it hit the market, the JJ has been immensely popular with the freeride- and freestyle-type skiers, especially the younger ones. That's because it's lightweight, quick, and poppy thanks to the generous tip and tail rocker. It's primarily a soft snow ski but it has the ability to get around the entire mountain because of the camber and sidecut underfoot. The AK JJ is no different except it comes with a slightly stiffer flex, slightly wider dimensions, and is only available in a 195-centimeter length. It's designed for more advanced skiers.
Tanner Hall's pro model ski, the THALL has traditional camber but a flex pattern that is stiff underfoot and soft and poppy at the tips and tails. This is intended to provide stability at speed while keeping the ski buttery and playful. It's a park-oriented ski for riders of all skill levels. *dimensions are for the 176 cm length
Though Armada skis are generally freeskiing and park inspired, the Triumph is a very directional, traditional, and race-bred offering. Layers of Titanal in the ski will help smooth out the ride and positive camber and stiffer flex will provide response. It's intended to be a frontside and hardpack ski for the intermediate to expert skier. *dimensions apply to the 178 cm length
New this season, the TST has Armada's popular Elf Shoe Rocker in the tip of the ski for soft snow performance and maneuverability, but with a traditional tail and a 100-milimeter waist, it will be a more a versatile, all-mountain tool than Armada's popular fat skis. 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 183 cm length
Since it hit the market, the JJ has been immensely popular with the freeride and freestyle skiers, especially the younger ones. That's because it's lightweight, quick, and poppy thanks to the generous tip and tail rocker. It's primarily a soft snow ski but it has the ability to get around the entire mountain because of the camber and sidecut underfoot. It's designed for intermediate to expert skiers.
A pure powder tool, the ARG is designed for hero days whether it be by cat, heli, tour, or lift. It's designed to make powder skiing easier and be forgiving enough that new powder skiers won't struggle on super deep days while still providing the performance experts demand. One-millimeter of sidecut will help this ski maneuver a bit on hardpack.
Part of Armada's Limited series, the Alpha 1 is made with a fast competition base, Armada's most durable core, and Carbon Kevlar stringers for stability and pop. Designed for the terrain park experts and aspiring experts, a slight rocker in the tip and tail is intended to make it butter friendly and prevent edge catch. This is the ski Armada pros will be making park laps on.