the legendary armada arv 116 jj continues to write itself into the skiing history books. it comes with a poplar-ash wood core for maximum energy return and pop when shredding steep lines and tight treeruns. the balanced flex profile is ideal for surfing powder while offering enough stiffness in tip and tail to excel in tight and difficult conditions. the smear tech 3d base bevel in tip and tail makes for easy presses and butters.
riding style a freestyle/powder ski for advanced riders. shape, design, profile and construction have been specially tuned to deliver the best performance in powder. at the same time it is still playful enough for freestyle riding in the backcountry, no matter if high cliffs, kickers and switch landings in powder.
shape this ski comes with a directional twin shape, the nose is a few millimetres wider than the tail, with a central binding position. thus the ski offers you the same skiing characteristics forward and switch. however, thanks to the slightly wider nose you get a little more uplift in fresh snow.
profile this ski comes with a classic camber under the binding and a rocker in the nose and tail areas. this keeps the ski extremely manoeuvrable in powder and gives it an enormous uplift. the camber offers you good edge grip, pop and fast power transmission.
flex the stiff flex provides precise control at high speeds with high responsiveness.
construction the ar75 sidewall construction comes with a cap construction in tip and tail and with a sidewall under the binding. the cap construction in tip and tail reduces the swing weight, while the sidewall makes the ski more robust. the core is made of light poplar wood combined with stiffer ash wood stringers in a horizontal laminate. this creates an incredibly lively ski to push your riding to a new level. the s7 base is robust and low maintenance and comes with a speed additive for more speed.
featuresdirectional twin shapear freestyle rocker profilear75 sidewall constructioncore made of poplar wood and ash woods7 basesmear tech - 3d bevelling of the base at tip and tail2.5 impact edges