Invictus. Latin for unconquered, American for send it, French for 'envoie le beurre'. The Armada Invictus Skis were designed with this motto in mind. Built to handle any terrain or snow condition, no matter how sketchy or burly, the Invictus has come to conquer. At 104mm underfoot, the Invictus is wide enough to float through softer snow, but a longer turning radius and two layers of titanal give the ski a serious dose of burliness on hard snow. With the Invictus you get a lot, but that's what it takes to crush variable snow and sketchy conditions. Entry into Verbier XTreme not included, that one's on you, Bad Mon.