Armada Invictus 108 Ti Skis 2017

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Armada Invictus 108 Ti Skis 2017



Test Locations: Loon NH, Stratton VT, Big Sky MT

One of the most impressive skis for 2017 is putting it lightly, the Invictus 108 Ti is a true expert level ski.  If it's a battle between terrain and ski, it's up to the driver of the skis to decide a champion.  The 108 Ti is very stable underfoot which comes in handy when you're skiing down a face where the snow is garbage or you're skiing at the speed of light down some groomers.  Gnarly, sub-par conditions the Invictus 108 Ti skis well where most skis don't. Now when conditions are good you're having a ball, the skis float pretty well right on par with the Line Sick Day 110 or Fischer Ranger 108.  However the Invictus 108 Ti has a little more grab in the tail, for skiers that don't like tail rocker as much but want a wide ski go with this fine piece of wood with metal edges.      

Awesome, simply awesome ski.

Armada Invictus 108 Ti Crud, Powder Reviews


Armada Ski Construction

AR50 Sidewall - Cap in the tip and tail with sidewall underfoot.  By not having sidewall in the tip and tail the swing weight is reduced drastically and it's considerably more durable.  Sidewall where you need it you most, underfoot. 


Hybrid Double Zone Core - Underneath the binding additional hardwoods are laminated into the core for added stiffness stability.  It's a powerful feeling ski underfoot with a directional flex -- softer in the tip than tail.  


AR Nose - A traditional sidecut, no taper, with tip rocker and camber underfoot. Enough rocker to float, enough camber to rip.

Additional Awesomeness

2.2 Impact Edge - A special heat-treated edge that is lightweight and incredibly durable.

Carbon Kevlar Stringers - These stringers are strategically placed to give the skis the added pop you've been looking for!


The Armada Invictus 108 Ti does not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (backcountry, touring, all-mountain, freeride etc.). Be sure the brake width and release settings will work for your particular activity. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at

Recommended Binding: Marker Jester 110mm Brake

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