$350 shipped in the lower 48 states only.
Skis and Marker Griffon bindings. Skis mounted on the line for a 317 bsl. The bindings can likely be adjusted between a 312-325bsl.
Skis have about 5 days on them. No damage other than some small scrapes on the bases from running over a pebble here and there. A light base grind will have them looking like new. Bindings have about 30 days on them, but still in very good condition.
I just have to many skis in that 103-115 waist range, so these are up for grabs. Read the reviews. They ski much shorter than the 192 length on firm snow, but in powder will give you really good float and they turn on a dime.
"The Armada TST is a ski for serious skiers that are looking for all mountain versatility, without getting an ultra fat ski. The EST (Elf Shoe Technology) All Mountain Rocker has a hook free feeling in the tip that can float in the deep stuff, camber underfoot that will give you stability and rebound for charging the inbounds, and rocker in the tail to help you smear turns. Elf Shoe Technology has taper in the tip to lower the swing weight on the TST, and make it highly maneuverable in tight spots. Armadas Hybrid Ultralight Core has an unprecedented strength to weight ratio, that has a Laminated Matrix made from directional layers of fiberglass to give the TST torsional strength and power for aggressive skiers. The 103 mm waist can float in all but the deepest of powder, bust through crud, and still be strong enough to lay down some turns on the hard pack. The Comp Series Base is Armadas fastest so you can charge as fast as you can go. Some people enjoy using the TST as a solid touring option, just because it is so light, and stable. If you are looking for an all mountain ski that will tackle any condition with ease the Armada TST will be a perfect choice".
Edited by liv2 ski - 3/14/15 at 12:58pm