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Meet the new boss. The ARW 94 is the centerpiece of Armada’s new women’s freestyle ski series, combining a playful flex profile with plenty of pop and stability to shred any corner of the park. The ARW 94 utilizes a Poplar Core for snappy performance, while the 3D molded, injected w3Dgewall construction helps cut weight and increase edgehold. AR Freestyle Rocker in the tips and tails enhances versatility in a variety of conditions, placing all-mountain shredding squarely in the ARW 94’s comfort zone. The ARW 94 is ready to handle it all.
Rockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.
Stability, power and pop are guaranteed with the 100% Poplar Core. For those seeking predictability and smoothness, the Poplar Core delivers in all snow conditions.
A sustainable binding insert that provides superior screw retention.
Oversized and specially heat treated, this edge is built to resist impact damage in the most demanding situations.
A sintered base optimized for speed, durability and wax retention.
The w3Dgewall is a 3D molded, injected sidewall that’s angled where it joins the wood core. During ski construction, this creates a mechanical bond in the mold and a more uniform connection between the sidewall and core. With more material in strategic areas and a three-dimensional taper in the tip and tail, the w3Dgewall balances ideal performance characteristcs with reduced weights.
Park to PowVersatile waist width, twin tip construction and smooth tip and tail rocker lines provide a huge performance envelope from the terrain parks to secret stashes in the trees.
Competition ReadyFlex pattern tuned to press and butter everywhere while maintaining plenty of stiffness and stability for the biggest hits to tackle features any way you imagine.
Art by Keeley SheppardARW Series skis feature stunning artwork from Keeley Sheppard using magnetically saturated color pallets for a flowing interpretation of our environment.