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This link has arv 86s in 163 and 170 for $280 ($300 all in) which is a great price for a nasty park ski. If those fit you it’s a no brainer imo
mystery3There are some liberty antigen and transfers on amazon for $200 and $250 respectively. 2018 models, probably 17/18. I know some people liked the transfer particularly.
KilaTsunamiI'm always gonna recommend
The Armada AR7.
5 years of Terrain Park Tunnel Vision... More alive than ever. They broke in so well, i kinda don't even want new skis. When i got them i just remember vividly my first impressions were " So electric and spring loaded, it literally feels like you gotta charge them after each use" French fries super fast. They get kinda chattery above 60mph but so does my gf lol
But for real tho, After 5 years, they're soft and light asf! Not so stiff any more, But the light ass swing weight is soo satisfying. Feels like nothings on ur feet when you go for it.
10/10 You can and will brag about them all day.
Cons: I notice that if i don't wax them after each full day, they tend to get a little sluggy or start to "catch". This comes with the territory tho since i ride east coast shit conditions all my life and i'm not afraid to rip thru the grass occasionally.
Went from Elan MO2 (they manufactured the old Armada line, so this was a very similar ski) to AR5 to AR6 to AR7, and I picked up a pair of AR8's last summer which I haven't had a chance to mount or ride yet, but the entire family history of this ski has been amazing. really a fantastic park ski that can shred all around the hill mounted center or -2cm