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ARMADA JJ 2012
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ARMADA JJ 2012

 
 ARMADA JJ 2012

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: ARMADA JJ 2012

Manufacturer: Armada

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Page By: andrea.it

Created/Edited: Aug 25, 2012 / Apr 16, 2013

Object ID: 8325

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Product Description

The JJ is the most versatile premium powder ski on the market. Built with EST Freeride Rocker, the JJ dominates deep snow and still rips the hardpack on the way back to the lift.
The JJ is nimble and fast edge-to-edge with a shorter turning radius than its big brother the Magic J. Patented.

It’s an all-mountain/quiver of one that can take you anywhere you want to go. Two feet of fresh overnight fell you say? Take the JJ.
Skinning into the backcountry to get away from the crowds and hitting up some 3-day old pow? Here, use these JJ’s.
Groomer fest becasue there hasn’t been new snow in the last two weeks? Yep...the Armada JJ’s got your back. No matter where you are on the learning curve, the JJ has something to offer.
To the person who wants an all-in-one ski they can ride every day of the year. To the powder hound who only leaves their room for the white room.

Armada’s EST Freeride Rocker, consisting of rocker in both the wide tip and tail of the ski give you the ability to float and track through pow with minimal effort. While the Camber underfoot and balance of the ski’s weight keep the control in your hands when charging through the chunks. And don’t forget about Armada’s AR50 Sidewalls (half ABS Sidewall/half cap construction), Ultralight woodcore, and CK (Carbon Kevlar) stringers. Features that make the JJ super light, super stable, and super playful. Talk about qualities you’d be proud to take home to Mom and Dad.

Link: ARMADASKIS


 

Specs

185cm
126-136-115-133-123 radius 16m

175cm
126-136-115-133-123 radius 14m

165cm
126-136-115-133-123 radius 12m

Manufacturer's Rocker Profile: Rockered Tip and Tail, Camber Underfoot

Tail Profile: Twin

Construction: AR50 Sidewall, Laminate Matrix with Carbon Kevlar Stringers

Core Material: Armada Hybrid UltraLight Core

Base Material: Armada 50/50 Base

Recommended Terrain: Freeride

My skis in action

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andrea.itAll terrain

Voted 5/5

I've used these skies during the winter 2011/2012 in Livigno (IT).
Very funny and easy to carve. I recommend it for all terrain, even for pist with hard snow.
Posted Aug 25, 2012 10:51 am

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