Armada Skis is what founders, Tanner Hall, JP Auclair, JF Cusson, Julien Regnier, Boyd Easley, and Chris O’connell were looking to create. In 2002 the Armada ski company transformed from a small freeski brand to a leader in ski technology with the very public marketing push by owner Tanner Hall. ESPN could not help but notice the rather large amount of Armada gear floating through the crowd during the ski half pipe awards ceremony. Now the Armada brand has become the most popular ski for park rats and for powder skiers alike.
New for 2012, check out Armada’s Men’s TST ski and the Women’s VJJ ski!
The TST is an all-mountain ski designed to take you anywhere you want to go and off anything you want to huck. The ski was designed with Armada’s EST All Mountain Rocker. It’s a ski for all Skiers who ski all Mountain, Deep POW, Variable Snow Conditions, and Big Mountain Point & Shoot skiing. Sounds fun.
Expect the 2012 Armada TST’s to come in the following sizes:
Ski dimensions: 120-133-103-124 @ 192cm
Available length of skis: 192, 183, 174,165, 156
The 2012 VJJ is Armada’s women’s specific version of the original JJ. The VJJ will use Armada’s patented EST Free ride Rocker to help it keep you on top of the pow when you want and dive down under when you feel like getting a chilly face. And this isn’t just a pow only ski, Armada designed it to perform in the worst conditions, carve on hard-pack and be a true all mountain ski. Which is why Armada is claiming it’s the perfect women’s ski for the whole mountain.
Look for the VJJ’s to come in the sizes:
Ski dimensions: 126-136-115-133-123 @ 165cm
Available length of skis: 165, 175