Armada Invictus 89 Ti Ski

Armada Invictus 89 Ti Ski
Armada Invictus 89 Ti Ski
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Invictus 89 Ti Ski by Armada
Tear up frontside groomers and your favorite tree runs on the nimble and stable Armada Invictus 89 Ti. This directional charger with a waist in the high 80mm's depending on length, provides the perfect blend of confidence inspiring stability and superior edge to edge control, for race-ski like control on groomers and other frontside terrain. The short turn radius allows for tight slalom turns every time you engage the edge, while the AR Nose rocker allows for easy turn initiation and encourages you to venture into untouched terrain due to its added float. Additionally, the beefy titanal laminates provide the responsiveness and durability demanded by high level skiers everywhere so that you can count on the Invictus 89 Ti to never hold you back.

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SKU: ARM00LN
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