As the most decorated half pipe ski in existence the Pipe Cleaner has become the ski all others are judged by. Proven to handle any condition in any pipe, be it X-games worthy, or your local bumpy mud ditch the Pipe Cleaner has the edge hold and stability to let you stand at the top with confidence. Based around the lightweight and super grippy AR50 sidewall construction and Hybrid Double Zone Core, two extra dense stringers to increase pop and edge hold, the Pipe Cleaner has the guts needed for marching into your first hit. To keep the Pipe Cleaner under control Armada stuck to traditional positive camber for the best turn initiation and strongest edge hold with the combination of CK Stringer, a carbon/kevlar weave for increased stability and pop, and Laminate Matrix, multi axial fiberglass to balance edge grip and stability, allowing you to utilize every drop of power the Pipe Cleaner has. For the base a Comp Series Base is used to allow for the smoothest and fastest glide and Impact 2.5 edge for durability. So next time you look down the half pipe do it with total confidence knowing that the skis under your feet have been proven to be ready for anything.
AR 50 Sidewall Construction - Light Weight Concentrated Underfoot For Huge Edge Hold, Low Swing Weight, And Durability
Hybrid Double Zone Core - Two High Density Stringers Create Pop And Solid Edge Hold With Minimized Weight
Positive Camber - Enhances Carving And Ease Of Turn Entry And Exit With Strong Edge Hold
Comp Series Base - World Cup Inspired Race Base Requires Care But Delivers Maximum Speed
CK Stringer - A Carbon/Kevlar Weave Running Tip To Tail To Stabilize The Ski And Increase Pop
Laminate Matrix - Blends Woven Fiberglass To Perfectly Control Flex And Balance Of the Ski
Such a good ski... It is perfect for anything you can throw at it, it works great on rails regardless of what others may say. The flex is right in the middle of soft and stiff. The first day I used them was a powder day and for a non rockered ski it floats very good and I didn't have to lean back like you would on other park skis