The ski that floats in the tips, and shoots you out of a turn. The Carbon Kevlar stringers really add an extra umph to the tail of the Norwalk. It's a good feeling with these skis clamped on. They do the work for you while you have fun.
Armada Norwalk Skis 2014
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The Norwalk has tip rocker and a traditional tail and camber underfood. As a result, the Norwalk can drive through the end of a turn, conquer variable conditions, and have the utmost stability at high speeds. With a wider platform and longer turn radius than the TST, the Norwalk is Armada's big mountain ski.
Armada 2014 Skis Tech Features
Entry rocker with positive camber under foot and no tail rocker. Promotes flotation in the soft snow while giving the ski great drive and edge hold on the hard pack.
-ABS sidewall meets cap construction – the best of both worlds. This engineering method combines the lightweight cap construction in the tip and tail with ABS sidewall underfoot, resulting in enhanced edgehold and significantly lower swing and overall weight.
Lightweight wood with high strength to weight ratios.
The edge height and width is deliberately smaller and the steel is heat-treated to a proprietary hardness to increase durability and decrease weight.
As the name implies, the 50/50 is a blend of speed and durability. The base for the skier who wants it all.
We know from the core out exactly how each ski should react, so three kinds of fiberglass laminates are used in combination to deliver the exact amount of flex and torsional rigidity. Bi-axial fiberglass runs in an “x” pattern down the ski to control lateral flex. Uni-directional fiberglass controls flex along the length of the ski. And tri-axial fiberglass, with fibers running in three directions, beefs up the center of the ski. The permutations of the three fiberglasses are nearly limitless and allow us to precision tune the performance of every ski we make.
A blend of Carbon/Kevlar stringers that run along the tail of the skis to help stabilize it. This creates a better landing platform, especially when your weight is further back than intended. It also increases snap and adds pop to ollies .