The Nomad Crimson Ti is a great ski for advanced to expert skiers that love power and control. A Carbon Mesh Tank is a new addition to the Crimson Ti this season. The Carbon Mesh Tank is rigid woven mesh that sits on top of the core underneath the topsheet that increases the strength of the ski to add extra horsepower and stability. The Titanium Powered Construction has a layer of titanium that is placed above and below the core to keep the torsional strength very high, and the stability to a maximum, no matter how fast you ski. The Crimson Ti also utilizes the ARC Binding System that has only one anchor point to connect the binding plate to the ski that allows the ski to flex naturally for more edge contact, and smoother skiing. Atomic's Step Down Sidewall 2.0 Construction has vibration absorbing properties on the vertical sidewall underfoot, but the cap construction on the tips and tails increases the mobility of the Crimson. A Light Wood Core is made from Poplar wood that has a very well rounded flex to keep the ski strong, but light. If you are looking for a smooth skiing ride at fast speeds with the ability to dabble off piste, the Atomic Crimson Ti is the ski for you.
Hi, this Hans. I just came off the Atomic Crimson Ti. The Crimson Ti is a great ski for your advanced to even expert skier. Holds really, really well at high speed. It's 86 underneath the foot so it will actually be a nice. You can take them in the trees so you have a little softer snow. But it's definitely your all-mountain group of ski. I give this ski a 4 out of 5.
2016 Atomic Nomad Crimson Ti Ski Review by Josh H.
Hi, I'm Josh. I just got done riding the Crimson Ti by Atomic. This is the top of the line ski in their Nomad collection. It's very, very stable at high speeds. It makes really nice smooth long radius turns. It's a 4 out of 5 star ski for me. This would be great for that expert skier who wants to stay on the frontside of the mountain and really make those, like I said, nice, long arcing carves. Again, 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey, this is Lucas. I just got off the Nomad Crimson Titanium by Atomic. I really liked this ski. I'm going to give it 4.5 out of 5 stars. This is definitely meant for an advanced to expert level skier. A little wider underfoot with great control on all fronts. You can take it break neck speed and lay into it, still felt like you were right there on the mountain. Definitely more of a frontside like groomed runs to ski but all-mountain capabilities and I really enjoyed it. 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Ryan. I just got off the Atomic Crimson Ti. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This ski was really all about my skiing style. I like to make big long sweeping carves and this ski was great at it. For an advanced level skier looking for all-mountain, high-speed ski, this is a good one.
Hi, I'm Thom. I just got off the Atomic Crimson Ti. This is a 4 out of 5 star ski for me. It's geared for your kind of advanced through expert level skier who is looking for tons of on-trail performance and a ski that's got a little bit of extra width to handle crud crossing to light powder then goes into a turn real easily. Holds real well but it sort of lacks that kind of finishing power and energy a little bit. So, if you're looking for a real exciting ski, this isn't necessarily it but if you want something that's going to be really smooth and have flawless edge hold, it's a really good choice. 4 out of 5 stars.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Atomic Crimson Ti. 5 out of 5 stars for this ski. It's nice, it's powerful, it's very, very stable and very easy to maneuver. The layer of titanium in it plus the layer of carbon that they added to it this year gives it a really nice stability and poppy feeling. 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Andy and I just skied the Atomic Nomad Crimson Ti. I gave this ski 5 stars out of 5. This is a all-mountain ski and it's designed for the advanced to expert skier that is looking to go fast all over the mountain. It's got excellent edge grip and yet you can slide around your turns if you want to. Overall, I give this 5 out of 5 stars.
2016 Atomic Nomad Crimson Ti Ski Review by Evan K.
Evan here. Just got off the Atomic Crimson Ti. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's a very predictable all-mountain ski by Atomic. It's going to be good for your intermediate to expert skiers. Good at moderate to high speeds. Not the hardest to put on edge and to get in and out of turns. So, just a really good, all-around frontside ski. 5 out of 5.
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