A jib specific ski, the THall was designed to the most fun ski possible inside the terrain park. Borrowing it's shape from the AR7, the THall changes up the flex pattern with a soft flex in the tip and tail making it ideal for nose and tail presses but stays very firm underfoot for a solid feel on boxes and rails with the the stability to stomp big jumps when you want to show off for the ladies. Built on the lightweight AR50 construction the THall has a super low swing weight but keeps a sidewall construction underfoot so when it is combined with a Hybrid Triple Zone core you won't lack for edge hold or pop. To ensure you have pop to spare the THall gets a CK stringer as well, a tip to tail carbon/kevlar weave, that also adds to your ollie power for random jibbing and handrail features. Knowing the THall will probably spend just as much time on meta;, plastic, and concrete as it does on snow Armada gave the THall a super durable S7 base and oversized 2.7 Impact Edges to resist pull out and cracking. A true park ski for pure park riding the THall was designed by the most influential park skier of this generation to push his abilities so we are certain it will help you push yours.
AR 50 Sidewall Construction - Light Weight Concentrated Underfoot For Huge Edge Hold, Low Swing Weight, And Durability
Hybrid Triple Zone Core - Three High Density Stringers Create Stability And Explosive Rebound With Minimal Weight
Positive Camber - Enhances Carving And Ease Of Turn Entry And Exit With Strong Edge Hold
S7 Base - Tough As Nails For Sliding Boxes, Rails, Ledges, Or Anything Else You Want To
CK Stringer - A Carbon/Kevlar Weave Running Tip To Tail To Stabilize The Ski And Increase Pop
Laminate Matrix - Blends Woven Fiberglass To Perfectly Control Flex And Balance Of the Ski
2.5 Impact Edge - Oversized And Heat Treated To Resist Breaking And Tear Out
I have had many Armada skis in the past. One of my favorite is the Thall. After riding it this last year I can safely say this is the best park ski ever made. They have changed it from years past by making it a little stiffer. Making it flexible enough for buttering onto rails but stiff enough so they don't wash out on the bigger take offs. Then they added the AR50 sidewall. That makes it cap in the tip and tail with full sidewall underfoot. This gives the ski great swing weight while great edge hold underfoot. The cap tip and tail also helps with taking chunks out of the edges of your skis. With all the Armada skis I have owned they have always lasted the longest. Most times a season or two longer than other brands. So you might spend a little more upfront but you will benefit in the long run.
This is Evan with the Armada T. Hall. I give this ski a four out of five. They changed it a little bit from last season. It's a little bit stiffer. Don't let that fool you. It's still a pretty soft ski in the tip and tail. Step down sidewall construction on your foot so it's gonna be real stable on your foot. I definitely say it's for more of that park rider. Though I say more so eighty / twenty.
I'm Kyle here I am with the Armada T. Hall ski. I give these skis a five out of five. Pretty much these were my favorite skis so far. Park ski from Armada even though it's not so much a Park ski. They did add carbon foot stringers to make it a little bit more stiffer. Still pretty buttery, so if you are somebody who pretty much does all rails and does a little bit of jumping and stuff like, that this is a good ski.