Armadas new ARV ti takes the super versatile ARV and beefs it up to a hard charging all mountain ski. Its amazing what a change a layer of titanal can do to a ski. It takes this ski to a whole different level. At 98 mm at the waist you now have the width to take on more powder and speed than ever before, charge though a bump field, and mach out on the groomers. Equipped with the Comp Series Base it is the fastest that Armada makes. AR Nose Rocker will initiate turns quicker than ever, help you float in soft snow, and absorb negative vibrations that the crud can cause. CK (Carbon/Kevlar) Stringers add a spring and pop to the tail of the ARV Ti to help rocket you into your next turn. With a durable 2.2 impact edge and twin tip tail you can still take a spin or two though the park if you feel like it, but the ARV Ti loves to test out the speed limit seeing how fast you can push yourself. If you are looking for the first Armada ski that has a very powerful feel that can crush the ungroomed terrain that can lay down high speed turns the redesigned ARV Ti is the ski for you.
Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off the Armada ARVti. I'm going to give this guy 4 out of 5 stars. It's a brand new ski from Armada this year, it's reminiscent of the old ARV, but it gets a sheet of metal, so it's a really damp ski. It's got really good edge hold, even at speed. It's not the most lively, the most energetic ski, but what it is is really predictable, and it responds to what you want it to do. So it's not going to surprise you, it's not going to wow you, but it's a very stable, all mountain, freestyle ski that's going to do exactly what you expect of it. Anyone from a solid intermediate up through an advanced level, all mountain skier is going to be real happy here.
Hi, I'm Steve, I just got off the brand new and improved Armada ARV ti. So, the old Armada ARV was not a titanium ski, this one has a sheet of metal titanium in it. I actually own the old ARV so I know the ski really well, and I really like the improvements on the ti. I give this 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's definitely a more stable ski than before, the old ARV was a great ski for nice, smooth transitions, but there was a lot of flutter in the tip, I noticed that the tip on this one was a lot more stable. So I think they've taken the ski, it still feels like the old ARV, but a lot more stable, a lot more secure, and definitely better at higher speeds.
Hi, I'm Steve. I just got off the Armada ARVti, I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. It's a solid ski for the intermediate to intermediate-advanced rider. It's a little bit more flex, it doesn't hold a good of an edge on short turns, but handles really well on long turns. You pop in and out of groomers, the powder with this ski no problem, it's a little on the wider side, but again, overall, for advanced rider, intermediate rider, solid ski with 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey, this is Kyle. I just got off the Armada ARVti. I give this ski a solid 4.5 out of 5, I really liked it. I wish I had tried a little bit longer of a ski, but it was still a very playful ski, still held an edge though on the hard packed, so if you're a really playful skiier that kind of likes to jib the whole mountain, but charge pretty hard down, this would be a great ski for you. Give this ski a 4.5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the Armada ARVti. I'm going to give this ski a 4.5 out of 5 stars, I thought it really ripped. It held an edge really good, groomer runs was fantastic, long turns, short turns, medium turns, it was really great. I think the only way I would have given it a 5 out of 5 is if I was actually able to test it in powder. It's got a little bit of rocker up front, which would help it to float in the powder, crud, you know, some of the chewed up snow that you sometimes get out west. I think this ski is definitely for pretty much any upper intermediate and even advanced level skiier; A guy that's going to spend a lot of time in the groomers, but also isn't afraid to get into some trouble with some powder, maybe even some tree runs. Overall great ski. Armada ARVti, 4.5 out of 5 stars.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Armada ARVti. Tell you the truth, this ski really surprised me, I give it a 4 out of 5 stars. It's traditionally not the type of construction or ski that I like, but it was really snappy, really lively. I'm about 190 lbs or so, so I found it a little bit softer on long turns, but for quick turns and hard snow it gaged really well, and 90 at the waist, you can pretty much to do everything with it, take it in the park, take it in the bumps, a little bit of light pow. 4 out 5.
Hey, it's Hunter here. I just got off the ARVti, a new ski from Armada and this is a 4 out of 5 star ski for me. I like it because of how neutral it is. This ski really responds to rider input, doesn't do anything surprising, doesn't do anything unexpected. You tip it on edge, it holds an edge, you slide it around to go switch, it goes switch. Rides well backwards, lands well, everything you could want from a rockered, all around, all mountain ski.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Armada ARVti. Tell you the truth, this ski really surprised me, I give it a 4 out of 5 stars. It's traditionally not the type of construction or ski that I like, but it was really snappy, really lively. I'm about 190 lbs or so, so I found it a little bit softer on long turns, but for quick turns and hard snow it gaged really well, and 90 at the waist, you can
Hi, my name is Josh. I just got off the AR7 by Armada. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's an awesome, all mountain ripper. If you're the kind of guy that likes to cruise around the mountain as well as explore the terrain park, this would be a great ski for you. It's set up for that intermediate to advanced rider, but I think this is a great ski for everybody looking to explore the park. It's v
Q: Hi, I'm looking to buy a set of these skis but wondering what size I should go for, I'm around 173cm tall and usually ski around a 172cm so I'm in between the 168 & 178, I do equally as much on piste as I do back country skiing.
Thank you in advance.
A: Unfortunately without your weight and skill level, I would be unable to recommend what length range to appropriately look for in the Armada ARV Ti skis. However if you typically ski on a model that is 172cm, you would most likely want to size up for your new skis, as opposed to size down.