Armada Tracer 98 Ski

Armada Tracer 98 Ski
Armada Tracer 98 Ski
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Tracer 98 Ski by Armada
We all dream of that one-quiver ski that sinks deep pow turns one day and effortlessly rails hardpack the next. While no one is sure if this mystical catch-all ski really exists, the Tracer 98 is Armada's most versatile pair of planks in the new Tracer fleet, and it's a top contender for your new daily driver both in bounds or out. With a 98mm waist, the Tracer 98 can handle pretty much anything Old Man Winter throws your way--the rockered profile keeps you afloat in the soft stuff, while camber underfoot lets you carve like your old GS days.The hybrid wood core utilizes a lighter wood in the tip and tail, with denser wood underfoot to ease turn initiation and give you that giddy playfulness that makes you feel like a kid again. Armada's new Xrystal Mesh layup features an Innegra Mesh insert underfoot that gives you the dampness and stability you need for a smooth ride through crunchy crud and chowder fields alike. Slap a pair of AT bindings on these freeride machines and you have yourself a solid backcountry setup that's ready to drop pillow lines and smear steep patches of corn.

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SKU: ARM00GC
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