Member Review:

The Armada EDollo ski is out of this world. When you transfer from a skinnier park ski to a wider more all mountain park ski the difference is unbelievably noticeable. The ski is rockered in tip and tail with a slight camber underfoot. Charging on this ski is not a problem, but the tips/ tails do get a little chattery. Between skiing sunny days in the park or chopped up non groomer days these skis will get the job done. If getting the ski I do recommend a true center mount. In general I highly recommend this ski for any skier looking to have a good time on the mountain - Miclovin

Characteristics: Playful, medium flex, lightweight, torsionally stiff, chattery at speed

Click To Read The In Depth Roofbox Review Of The Al Dente Zero (essentially the same ski as the EDollo)

Manufacturer's Description:

If it ain't broke, don't fix it - and this ski is cash money. In its fifth year as Henrik Harlaut's tool for world domination, the Edollo sets him up to ride urban settings from Quebec to Stockholm when he's not winning every major slopestyle and big air comp he can find.

Sizes: 168, 178, 188

Dimensions: 133-98-123 @178cm

Radius: 20.5 @178cm

Flex Pattern: 4 - 5 - 5


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