Armada Magic J Ski

Armada Magic J Ski
Armada Magic J Ski
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Magic J Ski by Armada
Built to handle big Alaskan lines and insane pillow zones when on the feet of some of the best skiers in the world, the Armada Magic J Ski can help you take your powder skiing to the next level. The Magic J beefs up the waist size and turn radius of the ever popular ARV 116 JJ with a 126 or 127mm waist and a 20m or 22m turn radius. This provides a more stable platform that performs better in deep snow and at high speeds. For additional stability and deep snow performance it is equipped with the camber underfoot and rockered tip and tail of the Armada EST Freeride Rocker. This profile floats over deep snow and turns on a dime thanks to the rocker while still holding a mean edge on firm pack and in crud thanks to the camber. Additionally the Hybrid Ultra-light core, AR50 sidewall, and 1. 7 impact edge insure that you can trust the durability as you blast through terrain peppered with rocks and stumps.

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SKU: ARMN341
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