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A powder-lovin' monster

The Armada AK JJ Ski is a monster, a versatile powder-lovin' ski that's not afraid to charge the hard pack. A monster on a mission that gets the job done.

Armada’s EST Freeride Rocker features the perfect blend of rocker and positive underfoot camber, so you float when the flakes fall and carve the hardpack like an ice sculptor. The Hybrid Ultralight Core is made from lightweight wood with an exceptionally high strength-to-weight ratio, giving you the performance you demand without the extra weight. The AR50 Sidewall sports a cap construction in the tip and tail with a classic sidewall underfoot, providing the perfect blend of performance, durability, and low swing weight, and the Laminate Matrix Laminate Matrix utilizes directional fiberglass layering to dictate torsional rigidity and flex pattern to add to your performance value. The AK JJ get's Armada's fastest base, the Camp Series, and its lightest 1.7mm Impact Edge for more performance. With a 141mm front contact point and 120mm waist, the AK JJ effortlessly floats the deepest pow.

  • EST Freeride Rocker
  • Hybrid Ultralight Core
  • AR50 Sidewall
  • Laminate Matrix
  • Camp Series Base
  • 1.7mm Impact Edges
  • 115-120mm waist

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Anybody spent anytime on the new Super 7...

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Anybody spent anytime on the new Super 7 in comparison to the akjj and the normal 185jj?

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Yes, the S7 is a bit stiffer with a longer turn radius. I enjoy the sharp, quicker turns on the Armada's much more. They are also lighter. If you do decide on Armada's, order them long. They ski much shorter......you can't go wrong with either of the Armada skis of you like quick, sharp turns in the trees.......they also carve, really.....

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Thanks for the info. I own both 185 cmJJ and AKJJ but haven't had the chance to try a new Super 7. Not many reviews out there for them so looking for people that are JJ fans like me that have had the chance to compare the two.

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Trill

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This ski is great. There is a new base and edges I believe on this year's from my model (last year's), so it's just that much better. Don't be afraid of 195cm: all JJ's ski about fifteen cm shorter than actual length. This ski is just as nimble as my 182 Bacons were, but oh boy does this thing rip. Super stable at speed, sturdy tails for drops, and chops crud like nothing. In MT we get some pretty serious spring corn and this thing chews right through it all at speed. Make sure you have a good binding because this is a burly ski that puts some torque on anything less than fourteen. When jah Ullr bless with jah pow, you're gonna have a smile frozen on your face.

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Ever spent any time on Armada AKjj"s? if so can you compare?

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Awesome Ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This ski has been a great powder ski for me, has tons of float and it's super fun. It's most at home in powder but also works very well in chunky conditions, the ski is also stable on groomers. These things love to go fast and make big turns!