Armada Victa 97 Ti Ski - Women's

Armada Victa 97 Ti Ski - Women's
Armada Victa 97 Ti Ski - Women's
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Victa 97 Ti Ski - Women's by Armada
You asked and Armada answered--after the success of the Victa series, Armada decided to let the ladies in on the fun. The Women's Victa 97 Ti Ski is the widest in the series, providing a strong and powerful pair of planks for conquering big terrain all day long.Thanks to the 97mm waist, the Victa 97 is equally at home navigating bulletproof hardpack as it is chasing powder on storm days. While it's not the most powder-hungry ski on the market, the ski's rockered tip keeps you afloat, and you'll be stoked on the versatility when that fresh pow turns to chowder an hour after the lifts start spinning. The light wood core keeps things smooth and consistent, with carbon and KEVLAR stringers that add a springy, playful pop. Two layers of Titanal give ripping chicks the power they need to stomp big lines and clock high speeds with stability and control.

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SKU: ARM00GO
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