In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Bent Chetler Cruise Control
Atomic's lineup featured major overhauls for 2019, including all-new Vantage construction, redesigned Bent Chetlers, and the much-hyped Shift binding. The push paid off, and now 2020 Atomic skis follow the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" ethos. Light cosmetic updates and a minor tweak to the bomber Hawx Ultra XTD 130 touring boot define the new collection.
Fresh topsheets for the Vantage and Backland lines.
Atomic Bent Chetler 100: One of this year's most popular skis goes to blue topsheets.
Atomic Shift binding comes back unchanged.
The Vantage 75C enters the mix as an entry level ski with Pro Lite construction.
The Backland 107 will now arrive in a 175 women's version.
Rear-entry boots are back! Introducing the ... Continue Reading
2019 Atomic Vantage 107 Ti Description:
The Vantage line has been completely reworked for 2019, and Atomic nailed it with these skis. The Vantage 107 Ti is the widest ski offered in the Vantage lineup. It is lighter and easier going than the Ti variation, with Carbon Tank Mesh and the new Prolite construction. What does that mean for you, the skier? Strength and stability without obese bulk. The Vantage 107 Ti skis damp, smooth, and maneuverable, floating great in pow with HRZN Tech tips. Like most Atomics, it has a strong backbone and can handle itself at speed and on harder snow. Excellent ski for all-mountain ripping out west or powder-focused exploration in the East.
2019 Atomic Vantage 107 Ti Specs:
|Weight:||3730 grams (per pair for size 175cm) Learn more about ski weights|