El Rey

$525.00

Description

The stability of our fleet core wrapped with a laminate matrix torsion sock, El Rey comes out of the press ready to dominate the mountain. Light, responsive, and quick turning, this ski is great for first time park skiers, yet is a solid fixture in some of our pro’s bags. It also is the wider platform choice many skiers are seeing for softer park conditions. Dollar for dollar the best way to spend your money.

Features

Cap• Fleet Core• Positive Camber• S7 Base• Laminate Matrix• 2.5 Impact Edge

El Rey
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Skier's Choice Draft Picks

Hans Ludwig

Round 3 – Park Selection, Pick 3
I figure a park ski is going to get the ever-lovin’ crap kicked out of it, so why buy one that costs as much as a race ski? While the El Rey won’t nuke through chop like a race board, it will do just about anything else you want, without complaint. It’s light and poppy, but the on-snow performance is on par with much more expensive all-mountain skis. And, unlike many twins on the market, Armada has sorted out the taper so the tail doesn’t hook up or drag when your skiing fakie, switch or whatever you want to call it when you’re skiing backward. When I got on this ski, my first thought was that most skiers would probably have more fun on the El Rey than whatever they’re skiing on—not what you expect from a price-point park-style twin.

Additional Information

Description The stability of our fleet core wrapped with a laminate matrix torsion sock, El Rey comes out of the press ready to dominate the mountain. Light, responsive, and quick turning, this ski is great for first time park skiers, yet is a solid fixture in some of our pro’s bags. It also is the wider platform choice many skiers are seeing for softer park conditions. Dollar for dollar the best way to spend your money.
Manufacturer Armada
Dimensions 125-89-115 (185)
Style Park/Pipe
Gender Mens, Womens
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