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What does every body think of the ar3
i jut bought the 07 armada ar3s what does evrybody think of them
if this helps i weigh 90 pounds
do you think this will be a good ski for me
i think theyre small, good for you. lucky kids get to pay 300 for new bad ass skis... lucky im sure youl enjoy them
they should work great for you
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i didnt even pay 300 i payed 204.95 and they look pretty sick but im wondering if theyll stand up to some pretty big jumps and spins
from what i hear they are the same construction as ar6s, just smaller dimensions. My little bro who's 12 wanted to get them but he's like 5' 4 and 110 lbs so he thought they were too short, so he has to save up for adult skis instead
yea, idk if id take em off huge jumps and shit, just b/c of how small they are. But your pretty light so you should be ok.
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Well, seeing as you're light and likely short, these skis should be perfect for you. Big jumps and spins? Sure, Armada makes good park skis, but I wouldn't expect someone of your size to be doing huge stuff, anyways.
what do you define as big for jumps and spins
Seeing as nearly everyone on NS can do or claims they can do really huge stuff, hearing "big" on NS sounds to me like 35+ feet on jumps, or 9's and sw 7's or more for spins.
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