Newschoolers Review:

The ARV 106 is a great ski and it certainly found a place in my quiver. I take them out whenever I just want to go for a rip all around the resort, if I’m not sure how much snow has fallen and if I’m going on a trip and don’t know what I’ll be riding. They are the sort of ski that allows you to make any day of cruising groomers, skiing left over snow and just jibbing whatever the mountain puts in front of you as fun as possible. They’d make a fantastic pow ski for jibby east coasters and a great daily driver for anyone on the west. They’re also a great choice for a spring sidecountry jump ski or a jibby touring ski. - Twig (On the 17/18 ARV 106)

Manufacturer's Description:Our most versatile all-mountain freestyle ski gets a completely new construction for 18/19, bringing an ultra-playful and responsive yet stable ride to high performance skiers tired of tossing sticks in the trash every half season. Reinforced with new sidewall construction to absorb high speed chatter and any rail, wall, or concrete you can press them on, the Armada ARV 106 also features ash stringers for increased pop and play. Introducing a new shape akin to the JJ 2.0 of winters past, the new ARV 106 is as at home surfing the white wave as it is thrashing the pro park.

Sizes: 172, 180, 188

Dimensions: 136 / 106 / 126 @180cm

Radius: 21.5m @188cm

Flex Pattern: 6.5 - 7.5 - 7