Atomic Vantage 107 C Ski - Women's

Atomic Vantage 107 C Ski - Women's
Atomic Vantage 107 C Ski - Women's
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Vantage 107 C Ski - Women's by Atomic
Close your eyes. Can you feel the hush of fresh snow beneath your skis' That's the sound of another killer day on your Vantage 107s. These all-mountain rippers offer float on pow days, prowess back on the groomers, and stiff drive in mixed conditions. A lightweight wood core and short turning radius ensure nimble control when the turns are tight, the rockered profile floats easily over soft snow, and a carbon mesh laminate keeps you from bouncing around once the powder turns to chop. So go ahead, grab these sticks after the next storm and no part of the mountain will be off limits.

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