Looks like all the compression from the rails has cause a delamination. It may not seem like an area you hit on the rail but the under foot pressure has ripped this apart....I hope you have friends at Armada....if not make some. You have nothing to lose by contacting them and being polite. Because these skis have obviously hit rails, they aren' t obliged to do anything, however maybe you can get a courtesy replacement seeing how they are less than a season old....good luck.
I understand how bad it sucks to buy some new killer skis just to see them destroyed in the parks. These days I only use used skis in the park for this reason. Only pros can afford that kind of damage on a routine basis. My advice is to be patient with Armada and only after you are certain that they will not help you out get them fixed as cheaply as possible and thrash them as park only skis. With this kind of damage there is no guarranteed fix to make them like new.....bummer.