Armada Trace 108 Ski - Women's

Armada Trace 108 Ski - Women's
Armada Trace 108 Ski - Women's
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Trace 108 Ski - Women's by Armada
The Trace 108 Skis believe there is no reason to waste another backcountry run on skinny skis just to save weight on the way up. This 108mm-waisted ski is lightweight enough for even the most picky backcountry riders while still offering an exceptionally controllable and fun ride down your go-to backcountry terrain. The EST All-Mountain profile further enhances the float by offering rocker from the contact points out to the tip and tail while a powerful camber section underfoot helps you grip steep skin tracks and hold an edge in dicey chutes. The lightweight wood core further cuts weight, all while providing a responsive feel that is strengthened by the durable and torsionally resistant Adaptive Mesh laminates.

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SKU: ARMN34A
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