The Armada ARV 106 Skis are fun. They're fast, sturdy all-mountain twins that are quick edge to edge on groomer days, stable on landings and at speed, and have enough rocker and surface area to handle the deepest powder days.
When it comes to playful pow skis, the Armada JJ pretty wrote the book. The skis feature the same legendary shape that blends stability with fun, but swaps out for an ultralight core. Get your feet on a pair today and find out what the hype is all about.
The Armada ARV 116 JJ Skis is the latest iteration in a long line of genre defining playful powder skis. They're like that one great friend from college: super fun and down to party, but when stuff gets serious, you can really rely on them.
If you're an all-mountain resort skier with freestyle tendencies, or a hardcore park skier who likes to take their talents to wider expanses, or even an intermediate skier, you're in luck. The Armada ARV 96 Skis are what you've been looking for.
The Armada Edollo Skis have a silky smooth medium flex, a bit more tip rocker than you'd expect out of a sub-100 waisted ski, and are built to crush everything in the park. They're stable, nimble, and can boost to the moon.
The Armada Locator 104 Skis come in at less than 1500 grams per ski. Pair that with versatile waist width, burly construction, and playful-yet-serious shape, and these things are an incredible jack of all trades for the backcountry.
The Armada Stranger Skis are made for the groomer days, slush days, park laps, hot laps, and laughing all the way to the bottom. They have a short turn radius, springboard tails, and big edgeless tips.
The Armada Whitewalker 116 Skis have become something of a cult classic over the past few years. They're one setup you can trust whether you're bouncing down pillow lines, charging steep faces, or glade hopping through rolling meadows.
The Armada Whitewalker 121 Skis feature the same pintail, twin tip design as the the originals, but with an even wider waist width for the deepest days. These skis are the ultimate playful powder tool.
The 2023 Atomic Backland 107 Skis for big backcountry missions. A ski that's composed down the fall line, predictable in tight spots, and powerful at speed. Lightweight, kicks turns easily, and isn't a burden to bring up the skin track.
From powder to piste the Bent 100 is the ski of choice for any day, every day. With art and build design by Chris Benchetler and the Atomic Freeski team, this all-mountain ski is a slimmed-down version of the award-winning signature model, the Bent 120.
Send any line you can imagine. The Bent 110 takes a similar approach to the mountain as the Bent 120, with slightly less width. It’s Jossi Wells’ go-to for backcountry freestyle, charging lift-served pow laps and days when it’s deep, but not 120-deep.