For every girl on the slopes that has no problem leading the pack and the first one ready to charge the next lap you now have a ski that is calling your name with the Armada VJJ Powder Skis. With patented EST Freeride Rocker, moderate tip and tail rocker with camber underfoot, the VJJ is a superior backcountry and power weapon just for you. The EST freeride Rocker is combined with AR50 construction to make a ski that can float in the deepest blower powder and without having to down shift charge right into chop and crud with power and confidence. To keep the VJJ light and poppy Armada developed the Hybrid Ultralight Core and then added a CK stringer, a carbon/kevlar weave, for vibration control when you are rocking out and mach ten and for additional pop when you are launching a cliff or a backcountry booter. A true and properly designed ski for ladies who have an unmatched passion for skiing who are as proficient as slaying big lines as they are turning down dirty ski bums at the local bar the VJJ finally offers you the perfect ski for charging. Heck, with a name like the VJJ it can even help you separate men from immature boys at the bar when you tell them you ski the VJJ, say it fast and see what we mean.
AR 50 Sidewall Construction - Light Weight Concentrated Underfoot For Huge Edge Hold, Low Swing Weight, And Durability
Hybrid Ultralight Core
EST Freeride Rocker - Tip And Tail Rocker With Slight Camber Promotes Great Flotation With Remarkable Edge Control On Harder Stuff
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
Hey, Jess here, just got off the Armada VJJ. I give this ski a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Its super rockered on it, so its a great backcountry ski. Does pretty well all mountain, also carves nicely, and its got a smaller underfoot. So kinda feels like your skiing on ski blades. You really can have a lot of fun with these, there super light, there super movable. I would recommend this ski for anybody, looking for a great backcountry ski, that can also rip on the groomers.
Hi This is Emily. I just got off the Armada VJJ. This skis is awesome. I give it a 4 out of 5 for groomers, it's pretty rockered, so it is chattery when you're making those hard turns but it's really designed to be riden in some fresh snow. I'm sure this ski would be dynamite in any kind of side country situation. It was nice and poppy over rollers. So as far as getting some enegy out of the ski, dropping cliffs, jumps, whatever you want to do, I think this would do it for you. Definitely for the fresh snow that's why I give it a 4 out of 5. Still held a really good edge on the groomers though and a great ski for someone that is an advanced womens skier whos going to be skiiing in some steaper material and fresh snow.