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Armada Declivity 92 Ti Skis 2024

A confident, powerful, predictable ski that loves groomers and carving while being versatile enough to handle different snow types. It works for a wide range of skier types and is still one of the best skis out there.

$599.96 Orig. $749.95

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It's smooth, stable, and loves to rip groomers. It's one of our top-tested skis and one of the most underrated skis of all time.


I'll go ahead and say it, the Armada Declivity 92ti really is one of the best skis of all time. It confidently does everything you want a wider-waisted carving ski to do while keeping all-mountain characteristics and low-end accessibility in mind. High-speed, high-angle carves are clean, short quick turns are a blast, it's a beast crushing steeper headwalls and it can be pushed as hard as you want; all without ever stuttering or feeling like a lot of work. Is it the easiest to ski in tight trees and soft snow? No not really, it wasn't built for the most playful skiers or powder hounds, but it carves one of the best turns for a ski that can be skied all over the mountain. It's confident and stable at high speeds without being difficult to balance on or too demanding. It has a ton of energy from turn to turn and makes you feel like a stronger skier than you might actually be. In more technical terrain or deeper snow, you can tell the Declivity 92 probably wants to be lapping groomers, but it won't fight you if you're skiing off-trail. No expert skier would feel like the Declvity "isn't enough ski," while less experienced skiers will appreciate the accessible feel at lower speeds as they continue to progress. We've said it before, good skis are good skis. No matter your ability level, the Armada Declivity 92 is one of the best. It's been on our Top Tested list since its inception a few seasons back and it remains there for the current season. 

Who is this ski for? Skiers who prioritize grip, groomer performance, energy, and a stable feel but need enough versatility to handle a little variety of conditions or terrain. Skiers who want one of the best skis.

Who isn't this ski for? Skiers who want the most maneuverable ski in the category, or skiers who spend a big chunk of time off trail in softer snow. Skiers who hate good skis. 

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Tech Specs

  • Radius/ 17m @ 172
  • Profile/ Rocker - Camber - Rocker
  • Core Materials/ Caruba
  • Designed By/ Armada
  • Weight/ 1725g @ 172
  • Dimensions/ 131 - 92 - 117 @ 172
  • Added Materials/ Titanal
  • Built By/ Atomic

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This ski is unreal at carving considering its 92mm waist-width. It's quick edge-to-edge, doesn't have a speed limit, and grips effortlessly on hardpack. Groomers are the Declivity's home but it can dabble with any other part of the mountain. For a higher-performance ski, the Declivity is surprisingly easy to ski and could be a great option regardless of ability.

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