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Armada Norwalk Skis

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Type: Powder, All Mountain, Alpine Touring
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Armada EST All Mountain Rocker
Waist: 115mm
Construction: Hybrid, AR50 Construction cap and AR50 Sidewalls
Core Material: Wood, Hybrid Ultralight Core, CK Stringers
Base: Sintered, 50/50 Base
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Armada Norwalk Skis

The Norwalk has tip rocker only and a traditional tail and camber underfoot. As a result, the Norwalk can drive through the end of a turn, conquer variable conditions, and has the utmost stability at high speeds. With a wider platform and longer turning radius than its younger brother, the TST, the Norwalk is Armada''s big mountain ski. Patented.

Key Features of the Armada Norwalk Skis - Men''s:
  • AR50 Sidewall
  • Hybrid UltraLight Core
  • EST All Mtn Rocker
  • 50/50 Base
  • CK Stringer
  • Laminate Matrix
  • 1.7 Impact Edge
  • Sidecut: 125-115-131 @ 179
  • Radius: 19m @ 179


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Great price on a great ski !!!
Kip W on Sep 25, 2013
What type of bindings should i get with these ski's?
A shopper on Sep 22, 2013
Best Answer: The type of binding you want to purchase for the Armada Norwalk skis depends on your ability level, where you will be skiing, as well as height and weight. Most intermediate to expert level skiers use a binding with DIN level setting from 4-12 or 6-16. This is for variable snow conditions on typical on-resort terrain. I am an expert level skier, like to ski all over, am 6'5", and weigh 230lbs. I typically set my bindings to a DIN of 11-16, depending on snow conditions. I like Marker and Salomon bindings.

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