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Source: Mike Britt, Daly Chutes, Deer Valley, Utah 


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Tracer 108 $825

D: 134-108-126 | R: 19 (180) L: 164, 172, 180, 188

Even without the extra steadiness at speed found in the wider Tracer 118, the 108 had testers gushing. In powder, there’s all the surfy looseness you’d expect from Armada, but testers were shocked by its versatility in post-lunch resort conditions. Even testers who normally favor a stronger edge enjoyed its playful ease and creative looseness. “Very well balanced,”

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