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Armada ARV 88 Skis - Men's - 2024

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Armada ARV 88 Skis - Men's - 2024

Men's All Mountain Twin Armada Skis

If you find yourself in the park more often than not but still want to ski the whole mountain, you'll get along with the all-new Armada ARV 88 swimmingly. For the 2023-2024 season, Armada set out to improve their ARV series' freestyle performance and durability. The Armada ARV 88 is the stiffest out of the new skis, designed specifically for performance in park and pipe settings. Its quick to respond underfoot, stable and confidence building for those icy take-offs and landings. Armada lightened things up so the skis are easier to whip around and spin in the air. A new sidewall construction called "w3dgewall" strengthens the skis' construction, while still being able to shave weight. An Ash wood binding insert is stronger than typical metal mount plates, meaning your bindings stay--where they should--in your skis. All in all, you get a more durable, higher performing park ski that has the versatility to ski the whole mountain, especially out on the East Coast.

  • - AR Freestyle Rocker
  • - Caruba Core
  • - W3dgewall
  • - 2.5 Impact Edge
  • - S7 Base
  • - Ash Binding Insert
Dimensions: 118/88/112
Radius: 16

WE MOUNT FOR FREE! - Purchase skis and bindings from us and we will mount your bindings for free. All we need is your boot sole length. This number is located on the bottom of the outside of the ski boot in raised plastic. We can not adjust your bindings without your actual boot in hand so you will need to visit your local shop to have the final adjustments done.

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We're skiers and free advise givers! Our retail shops have been specializing in skis in Maine for over 47 years.

We have the knowledge and expertise to get you on the hill with the right gear!


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