Tanner Hall's not exactly what you'd call a traditional dude, but his signature Armada THall Ski is surprisingly keeping things pretty old school. Don't confuse old school with boring, though the THall is still a progressive freestyle tool that's hell bent on making short work of whatever jump, jib, or rail you line up. There's traditional camber throughout the ski for pop and edge control, but a TZone wood core and carbon Kevlar stringers stiffen up the tail while keeping the tip nice and flexy. That keeps you you buttering and ollieing with ease without sacrificing edging power or the ability to carve into icy takeoffs. The whole ski is also laid up with a fiberglass laminate for serious power and pop, which'll come in handy whether you're rallying through the park or going off on all sorts of natural jibs. Armada's AR50 construction features sidewalls underfoot and a cap construction in the tip and tail, which reduces swing weight without affecting edge hold, letting the THall rally down hardpack as well as it tees off in the park. It also comes correct with rugged 2. 5mm Impact edges and a lightning quick S7 sintered base to keep you cruising, because THall's not gonna let a few dings slow his roll.