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Waist Width: 98
Armada's softest ski, the EDOLLO, is not surprisingly the signature model of pro skier Henrik Harlaut, who is widely known for his buttery style and for rarely being on the ground. This is a ski intended for those who like to pop off every little bump or knoll they see on the mountain without putting in a surplus of effort. This is unlike Armada's traditional park skis, in that its design is wider and more versatile than most. The tip ranges up to 135mm and it has AR Nose Rocker technology, which is shared with a lot of Armada's all mountain skis. This technology lifts the ski's tip up and over varied terrain. It's designed for charging powder and other various terrain while having the durability to throw down in the park. The Hybrid Double Zone Core technology, shared with many of Armada's park skis, is designed to prevent the ski from snapping on harsh landings, a common occurrence in the park, and the CK Stringers (strips of Carbon and Kevlar) are designed to let the ski to pop and balance out that strong core. The EDOLLO is part of Armada's Park series, a category that the company was founded on back in the day. While the company does a good job with a variety of skis today, this Park Series is arguably their specialty. Armada, founded in 2002, is based out of Costa Mesa, California.