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A purpose built Armada touring ski, the Declivity is a JP Auclair design with a long turning radius, top and bottom Titanal layers for stability at speed and the AR Nose Rocker for handling variable backcountry conditions. The Declivity also features Armada’s new Hybrid Tour Light Core, specifically designed to keep weight low while not compromising on downhill performance. Also unusual for an Armada ski, the flat tail accommodates any skin clip and is easily slotted into the snow, making it a valuable mountaineering tool.
A hard charging ski for the adventurous high alpine backcountry skier.
Rocker: AR Nose Rocker
Flex: 7, 8, 7.5 (Tip, Waist, Tail)
Radius: 24m (176cm)
Sidecut: 126/96/116 (176cm)
Core: Hybrid Tour Light Core
Construction: AR50 Sidewall (sidewall underfoot, cap in tip and tail)
Base: Comp Series (high speed)
Edges: 1.7 Impact Edge (heat treated for durability, very light weight)
Tail Type: Flat, accommodates skin clips easily
At Rhythm, we want you to be stoked with your goodies! If you change your mind or choose the wrong size for any reason Rhythm Pty Ltd will offer you an exchange or credit voucher. Please call for a Return Authority number before sending your item back to us.
If your package was sent via Australia Post we offer two return options to help keep the shipping costs down.
Return for Credit Note:
$14.00 - We will provide you with a return packing slip to attach to the outside of your satchel or bag.
Smaller or light items may be cheaper direct at the post office. We can deduct the cost of this from your credit note.
Return for Exchange of product:
$25.00 - Covers a return slip for the product to us and then the cost of the exchange back to you.
We find this is the most cost effective way as large parcels are more than $10-15 for postage.
When returning boxed or packaged goods pack them inside a satchel or bag. Do not stick anything on/to the outside of the original packaging. Should the packaging be marked or in unsatisfactory Rhythm Pty Ltd reserves the right to not accept the return.