2014 Review: The Blackeye Ti is an agile, titanium reinforced all mountain ski which really comes into its own on piste. The Blackeye Ti is a little bit narrower than its cousin the Nomad Crimson Ti making the Blackeye better on the frontside of the mountain.
With the Blackeye Ti, skiers are well prepared for any situation. Two titanium inserts increase torsional rigidity and in conjunction with the Step Down sidewall transfer every last shred of power directly to the slope: delivering optimum edge grip and precise tracking. This year's model has a major update with ARC Technology. New ARC Technology means the Nomad Blackeye Ti can blast through variable snow conditions. Because the skier's power is concentrated in one spot in the center of the ski, the skier is able to easily load the skis and receive all of the benefits of its powerful construction. ARC also ensures the skis maintain constant contact with the snow, providing solid edge grip and great stability.The Blackeye Ti is ideal for athletic all mountain skiers who demand lively power transmission and precise edge grip on piste and who still expect excellent gliding characteristics in soft snow.
Ski Features: Rocker: 85% Camber/15% Tip Rocker ARC Technology Step Down Sidewall 2.0 Wood Core 2 Layers of Titanium
1 = Beginner 10 = Expert
Semi Twin Tip
Based in Salzburg, Austria; Atomic is owned by Amer Sports and has been in the ski industry since 1955. Atomic has always been on the cutting edge of ski technology and has consistently produced skis popular among those look for exceptional carving skis. Unlike many companies known for their race skis, Atomic skis are very well balanced and are not overly stiff. Their most recent Nomad men's series is lauded by those who have skied it: light yet strong, firm yet lively.