Armada Declivity 102 TI Skis · 2021
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With the hard-charging all-mountain skier in mind, the Declivity 102 Ti took the full-throttle thought process of the Declivity X and applied it to a versatile chassis, specifically built for mixed conditions. A full AR100 Sidewall, Articulated Titanal Banding, a light-weight Caruba Core and triaxial glass produce a ski that is incredibly powerful and perfectly damp but doesn’t carry excess weight. A fine-tuned flex profile and a modernized shape create a performance driven all-mountain ski with no speed limit attached.
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A signature mixture of knife and butter. Well-rounded for all-mountain skiing, this is a hard-charging ski that can also smear, drift, and roll over softer conditions. It's surprisingly surfy for a ski that has this much metal in it. The carved turns feel smooth and intuitive, and never feels like the ski rushes you anywhere while still confidently finishing turns without hooking or washing out. The flex patter and 18m turn radius is approachable for anyone who wants all of this AND something precise in the bumps and trees.
Stiff and ripping, that's how I describe this ski. With its directional build and Titanal banding, this ski will kill it on the groomers and the powder. Its Caruba core and Triaxial glass result in a ski that's made for bashing through the crud and laying deep carves. They a great all-conditions option.
This is a higher performance ski good for all over the mountain. This ski has a directional build with Titanal banding, a Caruba core, and Triaxial glass giving it a fine-tuned profile. It's great for getting through the crud and laying deep carves. These will be light enough to navigate through tress and tight terrain with ease.
Great for tackling any terrain or conditions the mountain throws at you. These are reinforced with some metal in the core to keep them super stable and damp (not chattery). The flex and shape of these skis make them a performance-focused all-mountain machine.