Assuming you speak Spanish, you'll know that El Rey translates to The Rey. If you speak ski, then you'll also know that the Armada El Rey Ski translates to park and groomer all mountain slaying. Armada's softened up the Fleet wood core by 20% for a more forgiving flex, but laid the whole thing up with a fiberglass matrix for a fun, responsive feel and added a carbon stringer in the tail to help you rail turns like you're riding train tracks. While most skis these days have some sort of rocker or early rise, the Rey's a throwback traditional camber board, which makes it perfect for hardpack and park riding, and it has a lightweight cap construction that reduces swing weight so you can spin then like a set of turn tables. The 2. 5mm Impact edge is extra thick and durable, and the S7 sintered base is all about pushing the speed limit, so you know you'll be able to smoke your buddies during the Chinese Downhill or clear that imposing table in the park.