On-piste skis have a tendency to be heavier than necessary in hopes of creating stability for beginner level skiers. The Vantage 90 TI puts this idea to rest, offering an ideal profile for on-piste carving in a lightweight package. Directed towards intermediate-to-advanced skiers, this lightweight platform allows effortless edge-to-edge transfer, as well as an easy-to-ride performance that encourages you to push for those extra laps at the end of the day. For skiers who are comfortable with inbounds runs but want to explore out-of-bounds terrain, the ski's low-effort, maneuverable feel allows users to focus on the terrain at hand. 90mm waist width boasts on-piste carving prowess, but is wide enough to experiment with a softer snowpack as well. Situated in the middle of Atomic's Vantage line, the 90 TI embodies all-mountain performance, drawing inspiration from slimmer race-oriented skis and fat-waisted powder skis alike.
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