Armada Whitewalker 116 Skis 2024

$719.96 $1,025.00
By Armada


The Armada Whitewalker 116 Skis have become something of a cult classic over the past few years. It's not every day that you get a powder ski that some people are putting touring bindings on, and other people are taking through the terrain park. Sammy Carlson's pro model ski truly is something special. With a freestyle-minded forward mount point, pin shaped tip and tails, a sturdy flex, and Smear Tech 3D beveling, these skis are incredibly well balanced in the air, poised down the fall line, and flowy through open terrain. They're one setup you can trust whether you're bouncing down pillow lines, charging steep faces, or glade hopping through rolling meadows.

Product Details

Rocker Type

AR Freestyle Rocker  Rockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber underfoot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.


Flex (1=Soft, 10=Stiff)  Tip: 9 | Mid: 7 | Tail: 10


Pin Tip and Tail


Caruba Core  Armada's lightest wood species creates the best uphill feel while retaining the power and dampness required for descending in the gnarliest of terrain. This core makes no concessions in its quest to be ultralight.


AR75 Sidewall  Sidewalls provide improved edge pressure under the boot, while cap constuction in the tip and tail provides smooth turn initiation and less hookiness - 75% sidewall, 25% cap.


Comp Series Base  Sintered UHMW polyethylene with added carbon aids in speed and durability on snow.


1.7 Lightweight Edge  Light and strong, these heat-treated edges effect the feel of the ski minimally to ensure a snappy, lightweight feel.

Additional Features

Smear Tech  A 3D beveled base in the tip and tail creates a unique feel in all snow conditions. Less likely to catch in crud, self-centering in deep snow, and uncatchable on takeoffs, Smear Tech lets you float effortlessly whether sliding forwards, backwards, left, or right.

Binding Compatibility

We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.