With an 82mm waist the Atomic Blackeye TI is built with versatility in mind. The Blackeye Ti will allow you to charge the front side and do some aggressive carving; but the width combined with Adaptive Rocker creates a ski that can play everywhere on the mountain, in all conditions. Adaptive Rocker means that Atomic designed a small amount of rocker into the tip of the ski. The result is a ski tip that will not catch or hang up in crud and soft snow but will engage a turn with power and ease. The Blackeye TI is upgraded Step Down Sidewall Construction as well. The Step Down Sidewall is features Cap Construction in the tip and tail areas protecting the skis from damage and adding a degree of forgiveness. Atomic uses Sidewall Construction under the binding to improve vibration damping, shock absorption, and increase edge hold. The Blackeye TI comes equipped with a full wood core wrapped in titanium. A classic construction, this metal and wood combination provides a tremendous amount of rebound energy while finishing a turn and uncompromising edge hold from start to finish. Additionally, The titanium layer adds an extra amount of vibration dampening to keep the ski on the snow and eliminate chatter even at the highest of speeds. A Protrak Binding Integration System helps to increase torsional stiffness, adding to the overall response of the ski.
I'm Adam, I'm skiing on the Atomic Blackeye TI. 82 mm underfoot, two words for this thing is versatile and value. Price range for this guy is very affordable. Plenty of ski for almost any expert as well, 82 under foot. Slight bit of early rise initiates the tip and turn nice and well. It's gonna hold and float and surf in some powder too. I give it a five out of five.
Hi, I'm Trey. I have Atomic's Blackeye TI. I'm going to give this ski 45 stars. Last year I gave it five stars. Things have kind of caught up to it this year. This is still a great ski, effortless ski, mainly going to be front of the mountain. You can definitely take it into some of powder or crud if you need to. You are definitely going to be happier though just cruising on the blues or the blacks that are groomed. Very stable you can turn it quick if you need to. It really likes that medium to long radius turns, nice and light a little bit of rocker in it sidewall underfoot so it's stable. Just a great all around ski
Hi, I'm EJ. This is the Atomic Blackeye in a 174. This ski is geared towards advanced to expert level skiers. But I'd say an up-and-coming intermediate who's looking to explore new territory would have a blast on this ski. Not to understate the fact that this is the best bang for the buck I've probably ever skied at [$]. This ski rocks, it turns short, it turns long. It holds stability on down hills and is very quick acting and responsive ski. Five stars for me, five stars for you have a great day.
Hey, my name is Sean. I just skied the Atomic Nomad Blackeye TI ski. I give this a 4 out of five stars. It's geared towards intermediate to advanced intermediate skier, that wants to go on groomed and ungroomed runs down the mountain. I love the ski it was one of the best skis that I've skied all day long. It was a great carving ski, it was really easy to initiate turns. Coming out of the turns it would set me right back up, to get it into the next carving turn. It was a really fun ski, nice easy carving on it all day long. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. It's going to be a great ski for the intermediate to advanced skier.
Hey everyone, its Fidel. I just got off of Atomics Blackeye Ti in a 174. Awesome ski comes in at [$]. You've got step down sidewalls, you've got a ton of reaction. This ski was a lot of fun, put it on the front side groomers. Little bit unstable at higher speeds for me, but pretty much got to take it anywhere I wanted to go. Really held it's edge, tried to push it little bit seemed really responsive great edge hold. I give it a 45.
Hey, its Hunter. Here with the Atomic Nomad Blackeye TI. This is a five star ski for me, price excluded. Including the price point the ski comes in at with bindings its a six star ski. Compared it to other skis in its class that are $400 and $500 more and they honestly didn't perform better than this did. It's extremely lightweight, but torsionally rigid, super easy to start a turn with. Tip it over and stand as hard as you can, it'll hold it. Designed as a advanced kind of lower advanced ski. Has a wide range of equipable skiers, I pushed as hard as I could coming from a race background. It handled everything I threw at it, really impressed by this ski.
Hi, this is Jesse. I just got done with the Atomic Blackeye Ti in 174 length. It's a great ski. I give it 5 out of 5. It has a lot of pop into the corners, it's good on short and long curves, everything like that it's just a lot of fun to ski. It's a intermediate so it's a really good in between, not too powerful. Overall it's good for intermediate into advanced ski
Hi, this is Luke. I just finished skiing the Atomic Nomad Blackeye TI. I give this ski 45 stars. This is definitely geared more towards your advanced level to expert level skiers. It got a layer of titanium. It's really going to require you to muscle a little more in an out of your turns. But it's going to be great on the groomers, 82 underfoot. It's really an all mountain ski for that more advanced level skier. Just a great fun ski, if you really like to rip.
Hi, I'm Steve. I just got off the Atomic Nomad blackeye TI. This ski, I've skied it for three years, keeps getting better and better every year. I give it a five out of five stars. It's rock solid, goes anywhere and holds turns like there's no tomorrow. Just kind of sucks right into the snow, it makes good wide turns. If you hop on it you can really make quick short snappy turns as well. Edge grip is really great, this is just a great all-around ski you can go in almost any conditions and I love it. Like I said I've skied it every year for the last three years and it just gets a little better and a little better.
Hey, Thom here with the Atomic Blackeye Ti. Fun ski falls into their nomad series, so it's falls into that all-mountain kind of vibe. I give this thing 35 stars. It goes up on to edge really easy, it holds pretty darn well. I'd say it's defiantly a ski wear if you are a little heavier you definitely need to size up, to get that true confident solid solid edge hold. Anybody who's looking for a primarily front side ski, but maybe spending 20 to 30% of their time adventuring elsewhere. Starting to explore them Mountain, it's a real good ski or for the intermediate that again is more of a hardpack skier, but really wants to see what the trees and back bowls are all about it would be a good starter for that.