Lengths (cm): 175, 182 & 189
Sidecut (mm): 137 / 107 / 124 (182cm)
Radius: 18.4m (182cm)
Rocker Profile: Rocker-Camber-Rocker
Weight (per ski): 1980g
Why we chose the Atomic Vantage 107 TI: All mountain, all conditions rockets.
Yeah, OK. We get it. This one isn’t going to get the backcountry hardcore flocking to buy it (its 1980 gram weight can be beaten almost anywhere you look). In fact, if you are a diehard backcountry hound you should probably stop reading this and go and check out the Volkl Mantra V-Werks or the DPS Wailer 106 Tour 1 as they’re much more touring specific skis.
Anyway, if you’re still here then you’re in for a treat. The Atomic Vantage is the largest in Atomic’s Vantage lineup of all-mountain skis and could quite possibly be one of the most versatile skis that we’ve included in our Backcountry Ski Guide.
“Fresh powder runs in the morning, launching off moguls in the afternoon, and railing groomers on that last run back to the chalet – these things can do it all”
Slap a Salomon/Atomic Shift binding on it, maybe even a Kingpin, grab a pair of Hawx boots and you’ve got yourself a set-up that can do the lot. Lapping the fresh powder runs in the morning, launching off moguls in the afternoon, and railing groomers on that last run back to the chalet – these things can do it all.