Armada Invictus 108ti Ski Test Results 2016 Review

September 15, 2015
Armada Invictus 108ti Ski Test Results 2016
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
87
Responsiveness
8
Float
8
Sluff-ability
9
Stability
8
Hard Snow Pleasure
7
Value
7

The Good

  • Smooth turn
  • Confident and predictable
  • Plows through mank
  • Easy to initiate
  • Good float

The Bad

  • Not quick
  • Prefers longer turns
  • Less hard snow performance
THE VERDICT

Armada's Invictus 108ti is a smooth, easy-turning ski that makes buttery turns anywhere there is soft snow. It has superior float and a nice playful nature. It is not the quickest turning ski in this category, and it does lose performance on harder snow.

FULL REVIEW

Built with carbon and Kevlar stringers, as well as two layers ot titanal, Armada’s Invictus 108ti is designed to be a damp, smooth turning ski. Then mission accomplished, because this ski makes buttery long turns with ease and absolutely plows through cut-up snow. The board’s tip rocker adds  effortless float, while the Comp Base (which Armada touts as its fastest), makes ripping long arcs in deep snow a wind burning thrill.

The doesn’t have the quickness and versatility of Rossignol’s Soul 7 or Salomon’s Q-105, and it does lose performance on hard snow. It will provide pure satisfaction for anyone who puts a premium on a smooth ride.

 


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MSRP
$875.00
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