108mm waist, directional shape, and plenty of metal in the construction. Doesn't sound like Armada? You clearly haven't met the Armada Declivity 108 Ti Skis. These skis are dialed and damp, built to be pushed to the limit in any conditions. For big mountain skiers at some more demanding locales, this is an everyday weapon that can be trusted to perform when the chips are down. They're dependable in the hairiest terrain, and still a ton of fun to race down groomers and spin off cat tracks on. If you've got a proclivity for speed, you've got a need for Declivity.
EST Freeride Rocker – Forebody rocker and extra tip taper combine to create EST for optimized float in the soft stuff. Positive camber under foot with no tail rocker ensures these skis stay on rails when carving is the priority.
Flex (1=Soft, 10=Stiff) – Tip: 8 | Mid: 8 | Tail: 10
Caruba Core – Armada's lightest wood species creates the best uphill feel while retaining the power and dampness required for descending in the gnarliest of terrain. This core makes no concessions in its quest to be ultralight.
Carbon Stringers – Specially placed carbon stringers add pop and stiffness without adding weight.
Articulated Titanal Banding (ATB) – A titanal layer adds horsepower to the ski with uncompromising performance. An elastic compound layer allows the ski to enter a turn with ease while compressing and releasing even more energy out of the turn than a traditional Ti layer.
AR100 Sidewall – Superior edge grip for precision on the hardest of snow surfaces.
Comp Series Base – Sintered UHMW polyethylene with added carbon aids in speed and durability on snow.
2.1 All-Mountain Edge – Heat treated and built to avoid excess weight while maintaining durability, this edge gives the best balance of durability and feel of Armada's whole collection.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.