Some chicks like to spend their Saturday mornings sipping mimosas with the gals, and some chicks like to rip big lines and eat pocket bacon for lunch. While there's nothing wrong with a solid Saturday morning champagne buzz, Armada designed the Women's Trace 108 Ski for terrain-crushing ladies who'd rather get their day started with faceshots and frozen granola bars. The Trace 108 is the fattest ski in Armada's new women's specific Trace fleet, with a 108mm waist that has an aptitude for sniffing out fresh powder. The rockered profile lends itself to dreamy floatation, while camber underfoot keeps things stable and secure when you're railing hardpack during a midseason slump. The Trace's hybrid wood core features lighter wood in the tip and tail with denser wood underfoot to create a flex pattern that is maneuverable and playful. The fiberglass laminate maintains the rigidity and power that hard-charging ladies demand, so you won't feel like you're riding noodles when you drop into a spicy, high-consequence couloir.
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