Armada Tracer 98 Skis 2020 - B Grade

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Armada Tracer 98 Skis 2020 - B Grade
Armada Tracer 98 Skis 2020 - B Grade

Overview

The crown jewel of the Tracer Series

The Tracer 98 is your everyday off-piste ski built with versatility in mind. A layer of Adaptive Mesh keeps the ride damp and stable while the beveled top-edges create a lighter ski that can handle anything your ski legs throw its way. For 19/20 Armada has paired a superlight, 100% Caruba Wood core to a more durable fibreglass construction making the Tracer 98 even lighter and more durable. The quickest edge-to-edge and best performing on the hardpack the Tracer 98 is the true 1-ski quiver from resort to backcountry.

The Best Bits

B Grade Stock

all our B-Grade stock is structurally perfect and has never been ridden. They’ve come straight from the manufacturer with slight aesthetic imperfections, but they’ll still rip as they should.

provide improved edge pressure under the boot, with cap construction in the tip and tail to provide a smooth turn initiation.

Caruba core

this light wood species creates the best up-hill feel while retaining the power and dampness required in descending the gnarliest of terrain.

entry rocker with positive camber underfoot with a subtle tail rocker. Floaty and stable.

sintered UHMW polyethylene with added carbon for better speed and durability.

rubber and Titanal are sandwiched together for excellent dampening properties.

light, strong and heat-treated for durability.

beveled topsheets decrease weight and lower profile in high-density snow and strengthen the ski's perimeter for maximum efficiency and stability.

All-mountain/alpine touring.

Intermediate/advanced.

Specifications

Armada Tracer 98 Skis 2020 - B Grade
General
 
Gender
Male
Specifications
 
Style
Resort, Powder, All Mountain, Freeride, Touring
Ability Level
Intermediate, Advanced
Flex
Stiff
Side Cut
132-98-123
Turn Radius
17.5
Waist Width
98
Profile
Camber - Tip Rocker
Shape
Directional

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