Whether you are dreaming of powder filled backcountry runs, fresh morning corduroy, or anything in between, the Atomic Vantage 97 Ti Ski can handle it with ease. The Vantage 97 is extremely versatile and agile to keep you comfortable and in control on all kinds of terrain and in all kinds of conditions thanks to its 97mm waist, All Mountain Rocker profile, and medium length turn radius. With a generous 97mm waist this ski can easily handle just about all snow conditions. Even if you are coming from a narrower waisted ski the 97mm underfoot easily goes from edge to edge for smooth carving, while the additional width will add noticeable stability and enhance your enjoyment in fresh snow. For even more versatility the Vantage 97 features an All Mountain Rocker profile that mixes powerful camber underfoot with rocker out to the tip and tail. The camber underfoot gives you the reliable edge hold and powerful control you would expect from a front side ski while the rocker out to the tip and tail give you incredible pow ski maneuverability and float so that you can enjoy morning powder turns and end of the day crud. Tying all of this versatility together the medium length turn radius adds stability at high speeds and edge hold at any speed for confident turning. This combination allows the Vantage 97 to earn its title as a do-it-all all-mountain ski.
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