Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski

Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski
Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski
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Invictus 99 Ti Ski by Armada
Blow past slow signs, straight line chutes, and just generally charge on the speed loving Armada Invictus 99 Ti Ski. This directional charger is built to be skied hard thanks to the stable and responsive full wood core and the damp and stiff titanal layer. This beefy construction is then bent into an AR Nose Rocker profile which consists of rocker in the tip for float in powder, camber underfoot for superior edge hold, and a flat tail that works as a gas pedal for powerful turn exits and confidence inspiring stability. Add in Armada's fastest base, AR50 sidewalls, and the Intelligrid dampening layer and you have a ski that you can rely on day in day out.

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SKU: ARM00LM
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