Armada Invictus 95 Ski

Armada Invictus 95 Ski
Armada Invictus 95 Ski
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Invictus 95 Ski by Armada
Explore the mountain on the playful and forgiving Armada Invictus 95 ski. This directional cruiser features a 93-95mm waist that allows you to feel confident in your edge to edge control and in your ability to float in deep snow, so that you can venture anywhere your curiosity takes you. The lack of titanal plates in the regular Invictus series provides a softer and more easily manipulated flex to simplify turn initiation. To add to this forgiving feel, the AR Nose Rocker profile allows for forgiveness in your turns and float in powder, while the medium turn radius means you can slide these sticks around to scrub speed while still having a solid edge when you want to rail turns on groomers.

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SKU: ARM00LO
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