Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski

Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski
Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski
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Invictus 99 Ti Ski by Armada
Who needs a quiver when you have the Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski' This ultra-responsive, yet damp ski crushes everything from hardpack to waist-deep powder. The new metal laminate and Intelligrid Mesh construction offer excellent rebound and chatter control, while the 99mm waist lets this ski thrive in any conditions, with a rockered tip that eases turn initiation and keeps you afloat in fresh snow. The Power-Lite wood core offers a smooth, stable flex, with carbon stringers to give you a lively and playful pop. Armada buffed up the core construction of the Invictus this year by integrating a layer of Innegra mesh and carbon into the laminate to increase dampness and keep your ride smooth as you transition from fresh powder to tracked-out chop. The double layer of Titanal and Comp Series bases provide the power and speed you want when flying down groomers and cruising across flat sections.

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SKU: ARM00GE
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