Rails corduroy in the a.m. and sessions the park in the p.m.
The Armada Triumph Ski has one thing in mind, and that's to go as fast as possible down the ski-cross course. Designed for stability and performance at lightening-fast speeds, the Triumph features a wood core with titanal technology, positive camber profile, and AR50 sidewall construction. Its pure-bred race dimensions enable you to turn on a dime, while its all-mountain design allows you to rail corduroy, fly through the air, and session the park and pipe.
- Positive camber profile consists of traditional camber underfoot which engages the tip and tail of the ski to enhance ease of entry and exit into and out of a turn while maintaining solid edge hold
- Hybrid Double Zone Core (wood core with titanal tech) offers a stable, fast, and responsive ride
- Titanal technology has two layers of metal to provide stability at the highest of speeds
- CK Stringer technology features carbon and Kevlar® stringers used in the tail to add pop and extend the ski's life
- Laminate Matrix uses deliberate directional layering of fiberglass to dictate flex pattern and torsional rigidity
- AR50 sidewall construction features cap construction in the tip and tail and sidewall construction underfoot to balance performance characteristics with lower swing-weight and increased durability
- 1.7 Impact Edge is light, strong, and heat treated for durability
- Comp Series Base provides lightening-fast speed on the flats and between jumps
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought a new set for this season and they are excellent Skiis, sharp cornering, responsive and nice strong edges that dont mind a bit of work. Im 182 cm at 90kgs on 171s and my skill level is advanced. Most of my skiing is at Perisher or Thredbo (Australia). These skiis are perfect for those conditions, and they are light to carry. They are stable at higher speeds and forgiving provided you are strong enough in the legs. These skiis would be too flighty for my wife. I will use 176 skiis next time.