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Brand Spotlight: Armada Ski

On 19, Nov 2015 | No Comments | In Fresh Arrivals | By lochlan


Armada Ski Logo

Winter’s back and it’s never been a better time to join the Armada in the hunt for powder, fresh lines, park laps, and the deep urban features. Based out of Park City, Utah Armada has been on the scene since 2002 and have worked to build one of the most dominant brands in the freestyle ski industry. They pride themselves on the fact they are a rider driven company with a number of owner/riders who helped get them off the ground and into the spotlight. A number of their owner riders are household names in the freestyle ski realm including the likes of Tanner Hall, the late JP Auclair, JF Cusson, Torin Yater-Wallace, and Henrik Harlaut. Beginning with only two freestyle skis in the line, the company has expanded to include everything from touring skis to all mountain and extra wide powder happy setups. They have also very successfully expanded into the outerwear sector and continue to produce some of the best looking gear available today.

Armada Ski Bases

Armada has long been credited with breathing some youthful life into the freestyle ski scene, and increasing young men and women’s participation in the sport. Now boasting an incredibly diverse line up of products Armada continues to take the sport to new heights with a real rider driven feel and backing it’s hard to go wrong when you’re stepping into a brand new pair of Armada ski’s. Mount Everest has carried Armada skis and outerwear for years and looks forward to sharing the 2016 line with our customers throughout the nation.

Here are 3 essential pieces to pick up from Armada this season,

1. Armada Harlaut Sweatpant 

No slim fit ski pants here. Henrik Harlaut a household name amongst freestyle skiers made these pants famous when they fell off during the Sochi winter games. Don’t let the smooth look fool you, this easy-going pant meets the highest technical standards of its namesake, Henrik Harlaut.

MSRP: $179.95 Henrik Harlaut Sweat pants

Fit + Sizing: Baggy


10K Waterproof
10K Breathable

Additional Features

Mesh Lining with Brushed Tricot Seat
100% Seam Sealed
Mesh Lined Inner Leg Vents
Adjustable Inner Waistband
Boot Gaiter with Lycra Suspensions
Cuff Reinforcement
Pant to Jacket Snap Interface

Year: 2016

Type: Shell

Waterproof: 10,000mm

Gender: Mens



2. Armada Women’s Saint Pullover 

The Saint Pullover is a non insulated shell that’s perfect for warm spring days. Don’t let that fool you though, this roomy, waterproof, and breathable jacket could weather any winter conditions with the proper layering.

MSRP: $179.95Womens Saint Pullover

Waterproofing + Breathability

10K Waterproofing
10K Breathability

Fit + Sizing: Anorak

Style + Materials: Nylon Micro Oxford

Hood: Attached

Additional Features

Embossed Taffeta Lining
100% Seamed Sealed
External-access Music Pocket with Headphone Port
Adjustable Cuffs
Adjustable Hem
No Snag Mesh Lined Pit Vents
Side Seam Access for Easy On/Off

Year: 2016

Type: Shell

Waterproof: 10,000mm

Gender: Womens


3.  Armada AR7 Ski 

The AR7 is Armadas flagship park ski. With a firm flex and AR50 sidewalls which reduce swing weight, the AR7 is an ideal tool for hitting big jumps and greasing any rail you face. It’s inherent versatility will take you from the backcountry to the park.

MSRP: $600.00 Armada AR7 Ski

Tail Width


Tip Width


Waist Width


Turning Radius


Core Material: Wood

Binding Compatibility

All top mount bindings.

Year: 2016

Ability: Intermediate

Style: Freestyle

Shape: Twin Tip

Profile: Camber

Gender: Mens

Ability: Intermediate

Style: Freestyle

Shape: Twin Tip

Profile: Rocker + Camber

Gender: Mens

Winter is upon us, and from the looks of the West coast right now, the snow gods have blessed the US. Take a look at the rest of our Armada products as well as hundreds more on our website! We’ll see you this winter.

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