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Armada ar7 vs 4frnt switchblade.
Price is not an issue for me. I will be using this for park (obviously) but also on hill jibing.
I heard both brands can have durability issues. I know armada uses some pretty thick bases.
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Never ridden Ar7s but ridden El rey's and didnt enjoy them a whole lot (only took them for about 10 mins all in park) and liked switchblades much better (only bout 10 mins as well). Both were my friends and i enjoyed the switchblades more due to flex and just in general. I don't know exact durability on both but my friend is still going strong on his switchblades from 2014 after being a rail jock
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I have the 2014 ar7 and love them they held up pretty well I have only 1 edge crack after 1 season.
Armada makes a better ski. Alot of my friends use AR7s. My one friend still has a pair from 2 years ago that are in mint condition.
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the AR7 has a bombproof reputation, it's one of the most durable skis u can get, the only reason armada has durability issues is cause of the e dollo.
The ar7 is one of the most boring skis I have ever used, while 4frnt seems to have much more fun skis. Armada skis are iffy. Last year they made their skis with less epoxy than previous years so there were tons of delams. I'm not sure on this year. The bases are paper thin, but great skis if you like them. Either ski will do what you want though
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