Charge the mountain hard with style and grace when you strap on the Armada TSTw Powder Skis. Borrowing it's concept from the men's TST, the TSTw utilized patented EST All Mountain Rocker, moderate tip rocker with full camber underfoot, to blur the fine between ski that can float and smear in powder and then charge hard in chop, crud and tight technical lines. By using a Hybrid Ultralight core and AR50 construction the TSTw remains very light and nimble with unequaled edge hold and stability all over the hill. To give the TSTw added pop and explosive rebound energy it gets a CK stringer, which weaves carbon and Kevlar, that also helps to manage vibration damping for a smooth ride on choppy and beat up snow. The TSTw is an everyday wide ski for the type of lady that wants versatility but when push comes to shove still prefers to point'em straight and charge. A portion of all proceeds go to the Travis Steeger Memorial Fund, who was influential in shaping the TST and TSTw as well as the Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundaries Society which teaches youth safe backcountry procedures and techniques.
AR 50 Sidewall Construction - Light Weight Concentrated Underfoot For Huge Edge Hold, Low Swing Weight, And Durability
Hybrid Ultralight Core - Allows For Wide Skis To Stay Light Weight With Great Stability
EST All Mountain Rocker - Tip Rocker With Camber Blends Flotation With Straightline And Carving Power
50/50 Base - Blends The Comp And S7 Bases For Speed And Durability
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
1.7 Impact Edge - Standard Size With Additional Heat Treating To Keep Weight Down And Durability Up
Hey, this is Kate here, I just got off the 2013 Armada TSTw. I give this ski a 4/5. If your looking for something to cruise softer snow, its really reliable underfoot, feels very sturdy. If your looking to do those longer turns, this would be a great choice for you. Not as quick edge to edge, but if your looking for something for those days with heavier snow, I'd definitely recommend this.