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Armada TST vs. Head Inferno 104

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So still trying to find a 98 -105 mm ski that will be used primarily out west. Something that is obviously soft snow oriented, but will hold its own on the groomers when the time comes. Based on reviews, as I have no way to demo, I have been looking seriously at the Armada TST. Recently have been doing some reading on the Head Inferno with some positive feedback.

Can anyone compare the two and tell me pluses and minuses between the two?

Thanks
Brian
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Inferno is very damp and has modest rocker.  Good GS feel on groomed.  Medium stiffness.  More at   http://tinyurl.com/9lw25qe   .

 

TST has a lot more tip rocker, no dampness.  Decent edge grip.  It's much lighter if you need to flip them around in tight places, but less stable at speed in crud.

 

 

 

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I have a pair of the 104's at Shadow Mt., I would have let you use.

Like Crudmaster alludes, they are butt ugly and I'm not a fan of the turned up tail, but other than that I'm happy with them.
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