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Jib the whole mountain on Armada’ T-Hall alpine ski.

Tanner Hall’s pro model, the Armada T-Hall Alpine Ski mixes a jib-specific flex pattern with added rigidity for boards that you can ride all over the mountain. The T-Hall’s unique core profile produces flex points in front of and behind the foot to make butters, presses, and ollies easier. While not an especially stiff ski, this year’s T-Hall has enough beef to charge groomers, launch cat tracks, and hold its own in softer snow, not to mention bomb into huge tables without excessive chatter. Amada’s S7 Base and 2.5 Impact Edge give this ski the durability to handle daily terrain park punishment.

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What weight limit would you give the 171...

What weight limit would you give the 171 and 176 ski's?

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I wouldn't give them a weight limit at all. You'd just have to try them out and see if they feel too noodly for you. Everybody prefers a different flex for their weight, you just need to find what you like.

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5 5

Best Ski Ever.

Best park ski i have ever used. I disagree with the weird flex from the review above. I can tail press and pop so hard with such little effort. I have found myself to do more tail presses and tail taps because they are soo good!
They are really stable and perform excellent at high speeds. I really recommend this to any park skier!

4 5

T-hall ski = strange

They put a piece of fiberglass behind the boot, which makes this ski flex super weird. I skied last years version, but as far as I know, nothing has changed on this ski this year. The fiberglass plate is supposed to make butters easier..but tail butters just feel weird with this ski. It doesn't have a smooth flex for popping. Having said that, the ski is super tough. If you want to buy a ski for jibbing only, this ski is sick..but it isn't the ideal ski for all around park.