Do you like to send it off cliffs, down chutes, and off any kind of natural lip you can find? Do you like to ski aggressively, no matter what the conditions? Do you consider yourself the best skier on the mountain? If so, you’ll probably want to check out the Argent team's daily driver, The Badger.
After a number of prototypes, we have finally perfected this hard-charging beast. It can stand up to you whether you like straight-lining chutes, hucking off cliffs, or bouncing through some trees on a powder day with your friends, while also retaining enough playfulness to spin and pop on side-hits.
These skis aren’t designed for the faint of heart, built with a full sheet of titanal these skis are made specifically for one reason: to stomp, whatever the mountain throws at you.
- #OneSkiQuiver: the perfect all-mountain ski for all conditions - Fantastic pop and rebound - Progressive rocker means you float in pow and pivot better than Michelle Kwan - Low swing weight keeps them easy and lively - Charge the groomers with less chatter due to the tapered tip and tail
This ski does everything. Park, powder, groomers – all in the wheelhouse. At 95mm it is right at the sweet spot of not too big to be hard to handle or slow to rotate, but big enough that you can ride over everything, ski powder, and put down the landing gear when needed. Relatively soft compared to our other skis, the Rip Cord lets you butter in tricks, take offs, or moguls. An amazing tree skiing tree with the rockered tip and tail – this ski is a one ski quiver for someone looking to spin, ski switch, go in the park, and charge all over the mountain.
RipCord - Park. All Mountain. Jibtastic.
- Symmetrical rather than directional shape (read: twin tip skis with the bindings closer to center-mounted). - Jibber Rocker for perfect take-offs and landings. - Perfect all-mountain ski for those who also like to hit the park, or like the center-mount for trees, butters, and switch.
The 92 - All Mountain. Always On. 168cm or 178cm 129/92/120mm
- This versatile ski is similar to the OSQs, but has more sidecut and reduced tip and tail rocker in order to focus more on hardpack performance. - You're go-to if you ski the East or love the groomers. - Bash through the crud, get that floaty feeling in the pow, and quickly transition from edge-to-edge on that oh-so-amazing 9 am corduroy with the 92mm waist.