The ArmMap is a wearable ski map. It’s made from super heavy-duty materials designed to withstand the most YouTube-worthy of wipeouts. It’s easy to read, and always there… because it’s attached to your arm. It’s the best way to know where you’re going while on the mountain.
Made from literal military-grade material. Literally. In the old sense of the word.
Because a map you can’t read is… a bad map. That one's sort of self-explanatory.
When you need it, it’s there, unlike your ex. Sorry to open up that wound again.
"Why not use my phone?"
Batteries die. Phones get dropped off of lifts. Fingers get frostbite. Need more reasons? Ok, well, you can drop your phone just like you can drop anything else. And it's a lot worse if your little precious drops off a lift. They're also not that durable, and odds are your phone still isn't water resistant. Hit an ArmMap with a rock and then hit your iPhone and tell us how it goes. (Please don't actually do this, we know what happens and it's going to involve a new phone.)
Don't use your phone for a ski map. And don't get me started on your precious Watch...
Hand-made in Florida.
Kinda funny, right? But it's true, we're a father-son team based out of the Tampa Bay area making ski maps. Everyone is really confused by that.
Fun Fact: Florida actually has the largest skiing population of any state in the United States.