Armada Tracer 118 CHX Ski

Armada Tracer 118 CHX Ski
Armada Tracer 118 CHX Ski
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Tracer 118 CHX Ski by Armada
The burliest pair of sticks in Armada's new Tracer line, the Tracer 118 CHX Ski was designed to slay powder and rip big lines like the pros. The pow-hungry 118mm waist and rockered profile float effortlessly through bottomless coldsmoke, while camber underfoot lets you rip GS turns through bulletproof hardpack. Armada's new Xrystal Mesh technology utilizes an Innegra Mesh insert in the core of the ski to increase dampness and maintain stability, giving you a smooth ride even while you're blasting through chunder. The hybrid wood core features a lighter wood in the tip and tail with denser wood underfoot to create a flex pattern that eases turn initiation and maneuverability so these skis won't ride you into the ground.

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SKU: ARM00GA
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