Armada DECLIVITY 92 Ti Skis 2024

$ 487.00 $ 749.95


Armada DECLIVITY 92 Ti Skis

The Declivity 92 Ti is built to excel in a huge variety of conditions for anything from ripping high-speed groomers to charging chopped-up powder. The AR100 Sidewall paired with Articulated Titanal Banding provides smooth energy and predictable edge grip throughout the turn. The lightweight Caruba Core and triaxial glass lay-up create a high-performance ski that doesn’t carry extra weight. The Declivity 92 Ti is ready to tackle any terrain no matter what the mountain throws your way.


2.1 All Mountain Edge

Heat treated and built to avoid excess weight while maintaining durability, this edge gives the best balance of durability and feel.

EST All Mountain Rocker

Rocker is paired with tapered sidecuts in both the tip and tail, providing flotation in soft snow and the versatility to make any turn shape. Camber underfoot maintains edge hold on the hard pack.

AR100 Sidewall

Sidewall on 100% of ski to provide maximum torsional rigidity for high performance carving.

Caruba Core

Armada's lightest wood species creates the best up-hill feel while retaining the power and dampness required in descending the gnarliest terrain.  This core makes no concessions in performance in its quest to be ultra-light.

Comp Series Base

Sintered UHMW polyethylene with added carbon creates our fastest base without sacrificing durability.

Articulated Titanal Banding

A Titanal Layer adds stability while an Elastic Compound Layer compresses to allow the ski to enter a turn with ease. The combination creates an energetic feel with intuitive turn initiation and added horsepower.



Length Tip Waist Tail Radius Weight
164cm 130 92 116 16.5m 1625g
172cm 131 92 117 17m 1675g
180cm 132 92 118 17.5m 1825g
188cm 133 92 119 18m 1925g


EST All Mountain entry rocker with positive camber under foot with no tail rocker. Floats in soft snow while making sure the ski stays on rails.

Tip <<<<<< Waist >>>>>> Tail
8.0 <<<<<<   8.0  >>>>>> 6.0

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