As the widest ski in Atomic's all-mountain oriented Vantage lineup, the Vantage 107 Ti Ski has a taste for powder yet possesses the versatility to rip groomers on the days in between big storms. Its generous waist and rockered tip and tail are buoyed by the larger surface area of Atomic's HRZN Tech Tips for solid float through powder, and confidence inspiring skip over choppy conditions. When the conditions firm up, underfoot camber and full sidewalls add powerful grip and quick power transfer for smooth, stable turns. The construction of the Vantage Ti really stands out, because while the ski is light and nimble, it has characteristics that keep it remarkably stable through any conditions you're likely to encounter. Atomic's Prolite Construction provides this balance by building the ski around a slim profile and adding reinforcements in the areas where strength is needed the most. A full-length layer of Titanal mesh creates a responsive flex and reliable torsional rigidity for powerful edge hold, while a full ash and poplar core provides a damp and stable platform. Toss in a super fast sintered base with a World Cup Base Finish and you have a pair of sticks that will have you ripping all over the hill.
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