Armada's ARW Women's Ski is a park and pipe slashing set of planks with a light swing weight and plenty of pop to let lady jibbers boost to the moon, throw down a few hits off crater walls, and butter back down to Earth with smooth, easy style. Armada built the ARW with a Pop-Lite wood core and a blend of higher and lower density wood to keep these planks lightweight and super playful. Armada's AR50 construction consists of a lightweight cap construction over the tips and tails to reduce swing weight, but with sidewalls underfoot, the skis provide stiffness and direct power to the edges, so you can spin like an anti-gravity space top without giving up the ARW's unearthly levels of edge hold--provided by the full-length traditional camber and 2. 5mm Impact Edges. The ARW's easy to maintain, too, with a bombproof S7 base that slides around quicker than a moon worm confronted with a space blaster, so you can slide rails and hit rough jibs all day without worrying about your bases becoming as worthless as space junk.
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