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Have boards, will travel.

Load up the truck with your ski gear, sleeping bag, and all the snacks you can handle, because you and the Armada TST Ski are going on a road trip. Even if you require 40lbs of potato chips and candy bars, seven jackets, and three cases of energy drinks, the TST is the only ski you'll need to have a rippin' time from East Coast groomers to Rocky Mountain powder to Sierra cement. Built with Armada's super-versatile EST All-Mtn Rocker, which boasts traditional camber underfoot, a rockered tip, and a relatively flat tail, the TST can shred knee-deep pow with the best of 'em, rally groomers like it grew up bashing gates, and roll into the backcountry without weighing you down. The tip rocker floats over powder and makes turn initiation a breeze, while the flatter tail and traditional camber hold down a powerful edge and provide solid turn finishing at eye-watering speeds.

The TST is also nice and light, as it's built on a Hybrid Ultralight wood core that's lively and energetic without being flimsy or chattery. Armada laid a layer of multidirectional fiberglass over the top to stiffen it up and without decreasing the liveliness, and included its famous AR50 construction—sidewalls underfoot and cap in the tip and tail—to give you plenty of edging power and durability without increasing weight. This helps the TST stay light and nimble in east-coast trees and tight west-coast chutes, letting the speedy Comp Series base and tough 1.7mm Impact edges get down to business whether you're ripping around in VT, CA, or somewhere in between.

  • EST All-Mtn Rocker (camber underfoot with rockered tip)
  • Hybrid Ultralight wood core
  • Fiberglass laminate matrix
  • AR50 half-cap construction
  • Comp Series sintered base
  • 1.7mm Impact edge

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5 5

One Ski Quiver

I have toured extensively on these in the past. They are a great one ski quiver and handle every condition that you encounter.

The TST does it all

The TST does it all

Have used the TST as a touring ski for 3 years. They handle every condition that they encounter.

5 5

Anywhere you want to go

Just got back from a trip up to Killington. I was blown away with how fun these skis were on the groomers, ripping though the packed crunch. I'm looking forward to getting these out West in a few weeks.

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Just wondering if you could update this review now that you have had them for a while. Looking to get these as a lighter replacement for my prophet 98s ty

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I have had my TST' s for a season and can verify that they are fun and sturdy.
I've had some brake issues on my tech AT bindings (I have leashes now) and these skis have taken some rough hits.
They are relatively light compared to some alpine skis but have nothing on carbon. I would reccomend tho.

The unbeatable Armada TST

The unbeatable Armada TST

This ski allows you to rip all over the mountain, no matter where you choose to go. Kills it on groomers and is very nimble in the trees.

5 5

one ski for it all

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The TST is a great candidate for the one ski quiver. I've found myself taking the TST's whenever I'm not sure what kind of conditions I will face, because I know they will handle everything. I have toured extensively on these in the past, and with some tech bindings they make for a nice, light setup. I'm a big fan!

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Hey Ian what size ski did you ride? I am 6 foot about 180 and cant decide between the 183 and 192

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I'm in the same boat. I ski on the 183cm just to save some weight because I use them for touring. I could easily ski the 192cm but the 183 does just fine for me. It depends on your style of skiing at this point, do you like to go straight and fast? (192cm) or do you prefer a little slower and quicker turns? (183cm)