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Armada T-Hall


$630.00 Released November, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very smooth under almost any conditions. Glides right over powder, excellent floatation. Hard landings are no problem, offers great stability.

The Armada T-Hall high-end snow skis are meant to be Armada's first signature model and most jib-specific ski park ski for advanced to expert level skiers. The founder of Armada, Tanner Hall, designed the T-Hall skis specifically to be "soft enough for butter, but stiff enough to make huge jumps at high speeds".

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The T-Hall skis feature Sandwich Fiberglass Laminates made from a blend of Uni & Bi directional composite fiberglass mixed with carbon fiber stringers. Armada states this unique technology will "provide positive edge control and the right amount of torsion and pop". Armada also claims it added a lightweight AR core 1 shape for "presses and butters". 

The Armada T-Hall includes additional features such as an AR Hybrid core 1 construction which in this model is meant to improve durability. Armada created the center and outer edge of the sidewalls with a hard wood laminate combined with a strong stable lighter wood. The T-Hall ski is of ABS construction which Armada states is their "strongest and most performance based". 

Features

  • ABS construction
  • AR core 1
  • 2.5 impact edge
  • S7 base
  • Full twin-tip tail
  • Core material: wood

Specs

  • Dimensions: 118-86-108 @ 181cm
  • Turn radius: 20M
  • Lengths: 171, 176, 181

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    very smooth under almost any conditions

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    glides right over powder, excellent floatation

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    hard landings are no problem, offers great stability

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    good carving ability at speed, gets a great grip

  • 1

    strongly resist scratches, can work through the trees and come out looking good

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    can take them anywhere on the mountain with complete confidence

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    feel light enough to take little hops without too much effort

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