The 2021 Armada ARV 84, a park ski. A review of Armada's entry-level park ski, plus full specs and weight.
If you are a teen with little money, trying to get into the world of freeskiing (like me), these are really good skis. In terms of value for your money, these are up there at the top. I’d say they didn’t particularly excel in any particular area, instead they did pretty much everything well. That is a good thing for someone who is new and doesn’t have a dedicated style yet. There are better skis for swerving, better for pow, crud, etc. But those are going to be more specialized. These skis are a jack of all trades and I think that they are a really good option for the aspiring freestyle skier. - @SoggyOatmeal420 - Read the full review
Sizes: 135, 142, 149, 156, 163, 170 cm
Dimensions: 109 / 84 / 102 mm - 135 | 110 / 84 / 103 mm - 142 | 111 / 84 / 104 mm - 149 | 112 / 84 / 105 mm - 156 | 113 / 84 / 106 mm - 163 | 114 / 84 / 107 mm - 170
Radius: 13.5M - 135 | 14.5M - 142 | 15.5M - 149 | 16.5M - 156 | 17.5M - 163 | 18.5M - 170
Weight: 1150g /ski - 135 | 1225g /ski - 142 | 1300g /ski - 149 | 1375g /ski - 156 | 1500g /ski - 163 | 1575g /ski - 170
Flex Pattern: 4.5 - 6 - 5
Our entry-level all-mountain park ski, the Armada ARV 84 is intentionally built to deliver all you need in a freestyle ski with nothing you don’t. It’s heavy-duty Cap construction and 2.4 Impact Edge means you don’t have to worry about your skis when getting started in the park or hitting features all over the mountain. The ARV 84 will take as much abuse as you can, meaning it won’t break and it also won’t break the bank.