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  1. HI!
    No, I am actually from Finland (Helsinki). And just visited Lyngen once...but kind of fell in love with the place. And I am in contact regurarly with some people from Rovaniemi (north Finland) that keep me updated on the place...they visit there like 10 times a year or so. I am going there for sure sometimes again- Currently a bit challenging with two little kids...

    Armadas - yes, I have JJ's. A friend has ARG's and I also know the local distributor here and some of their local team guys. For what I know --> mount ARG's on the recommended mark. Because of the (almost complete) reverse sidecut and rocker the balance point on them is quite narrow. If you are huge on pow tricks and jumping, maybe +2 cm or so a head of the mark.

    On JJ's I guess there's more room to mount forward (for bc freestyle guys), I am happy with the factory recommended though.

    Cheers,

    Janne
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    Hi!
    I see you answeering some questions about Armada skis in some treeds. So I have a question for you. Where do you recommend to mount Marker Dukes on the Armada Arg ski? And are you from Lyngen? Norwegian? I am from Senja, and have been skiing in Lyngen some times.
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About Jiehkevarri
Location:
very very small mountains
Sport:
Skiing, Snowboarding, Surfing, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Hiking
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mtb, fishing, tennis
Occupation:
Internet marketing
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Best moment in Life:
Two daughters - every second with them!

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"Average summit heights are around 1000m to 1200m but on the high glaciers of the main Lyngen Peninsula there are summits over 1400m with Jiehkkevarri being the highest at 1834m above sea level."

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