We wouldn't have made a ski this cool if we didn't plan to ski on it ourselves. The Armada TST evoAIR Skis are a special co-lab hybrid blending the best of two awesome Armada skis, the TST and the KUFO. We loved the all mountain versatility of the TST, so the rocker-camber-rocker shape was a must. We loved the lightness and maneuverability of the KUFO, so the superlight Karuba core had to happen. We loved the artwork on the restaurant next to evo Seattle, so a topsheet by local artist Kyler Martz was a done deal. Expect to see a bunch of these on the feet of evo employees this season, but if you want to get in on the fun you'd better get in on the act now.
EST All Mtn Rocker Entry rocker with positive camber underfoot and no tail rocker. Promotes flotation in soft snow while giving the ski great drive and edgehold on the hard pack.
Tour Ultra-Light Core Armada's lightest wood core species creates the best up-hill feel while retaining the dampness required to descend the gnarliest of terrain. This core makes no concessions in performance in its quest to be ultra-light.
Laminate Matrix Directional layering of fiberglass dictates flex pattern and torsional rigidity.
AR50 Sidewall Cap construction in the tip and tail and sidewall under foot - balancing performance characteristics with lower swing-weight and increased durability.
Comp Series Base Armada's fastest base.
1.7 mm Impact Edge Light, strong, and heat treated for durability.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||118||118||118|
|Tip Contact Point (mm)||131||132||133|
|Waist Width (mm)||101||102||103|
|Tail Width (mm)||122||123||124|
|Turning Radius (m)||14.7||16.8||18.9|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||1605|
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Comments about Armada TST evoAIR Skis 2017:
Sick demensions and the JJ style tip makes touring in most conditions and not floating at high in pow really give me the face shots! Killer ski and flex pattern too! Highly recommend mounting g at recommended if touring.