Fully rockered skis with next to no camber underfoot are the bee's knees when you're surfing untouched pow, but let's be real: more often than not, you're going to be skiing sections of fresh with a good amount of chop, chunder, and leftovers thrown in between, so you'll be better off with a ski that has some backbone like the Armada Norwalk Ski. Armada's big mountain board, the Norwalk, sports a generous tip rocker and a wide platform to make short work of deep and soft snow, but has camber underfoot and a traditional tail to give you plenty of turning power, edge hold, and stability when you're punching it down big faces or hammering through day old chop at lip flapping speeds.Armada stiffened the Norwalk's Hybrid Ultralight wood core up with a fiberglass laminate matrix, which provides torsional and fore aft stability without stacking on the ounces. It's built with AR50 hybrid cap and sidewall construction, which consists of burly, powerful sidewalls underfoot and a lightweight cap in the tip and tail, so the skis have plenty of edging power, but remain nimble with a low swing weight. The sintered Comp Series base and 1. 7mm Impact Edges keep you ripping and gripping, too, so you can send all the lines on your huck it list without worrying if your gear can take it.