The 2021 Armada ARV 116 JJ, a big mountain ski. A review of Armada's most playful powder ski, including weight and full specs.
The Armada ARV 116 is tons of fun. It's a fairly solid ski but still plenty playful. It isn't necessarily one for the big lines, but it'd be a great great choice for the park kid who wants to get jibby in the pow like THall or the dad who wants to have a more surfy style to their skiing in deep snow. The new, fatter edges also mean you could just about use them as a seriously fat park ski. - Kretzschma
Sizes: 165, 175, 185, 192 cm
Dimensions: 137 / 116 / 133 mm - 165 | 139 / 116 / 135 mm - 175,185,192
Radius: 16M - 165 | 17M - 175 | 18M - 185 | 19M - 192
Weight: 1925g /ski - 165 | 2125g /ski - 175 | 2250g /ski - 185 | 2500g /ski - 192
Flex Pattern: 7 - 8 - 7.5
The iconic Armada ARV 116 JJ continues to carve its name into ski lore, coming correct with an all-new poplar and ash wood core for increased response popping between pillow lines and tree shots. The new JJ also adds confidence with a revamped flex profile to stiffen up tip and tail in tight conditions and no-fall zones. 3D beveling on the tips/tails of the base is brought to you through Smear Tech, allowing limitless directions of drifting/pressing and smearing as you put your signature on the mountain.