Armada Triumph Skis 2011: After seven years, Armada realized that the performance characteristics required to carve an icy pipe or arc off kickers are exactly the same needed for ripping firm snow anywhere. The Armada Triumph Ski is the first all-mountain directional ski born not from the race course, but from the parks and pipes that spawned Armada
The Positive Camber engages the tip and tail of the ski, enhancing ease of entry and exit into and out of a turn, while maintaining solid edge hold
AR50 is ABS sidewall meets cap construction – the best of both worlds. This engineering method combines the lightweight cap construction in the tip and tail with ABS sidewall underfoot, resulting in enhanced and significantly lower swing and overall weight. The Comp Series base is a World Cup inspired base that requires higher maintenance than the S7, the Comp series pays for the extra TLC it requires in one way: speed. With Titanal construction, an aluminum laminate layer stiffens the side camber deflection of the ski, which allows for tighter turns and increased dampening. Used exclusively in the Triumph, it creates a ski with exceptional hold, especially on ice
1.7 edge height and width is deliberately smaller and the steel is heat-treated to a proprietary hardness to increase durability and decrease weight
The stiffer flex softens in the tip and tail giving these skis the ability to conquer the park, the mountain, and beyond. Meanwhile, the Double Zone core (two high density wood stringers that sit along ultralight wood) create a light core with pop and solid edge hold, while keeping swing and overall weight down.
Tip: 7, Waist: 8, Tail: 7.5 (1 Soft – 10 Stiff)
Requires a binding brake width between 75mm and 80mm depending on size.
|Tip Width (mm)||117||120||123||126|
|Waist Width (mm)||77||78||79||80|
|Tail Width (mm)||104||107||110||113|
|Turning Radius (m)||15.3||15.8||16.4||17|