The Atomic Vantage 100 CTI will be a fantastic seller this season for advanced to expert skiers that are looking for a very light, and powerful ski. The Vantage 100 utilizes Atomic's Firewall sidewall construction that has a full length vertical sidewall that is thicker under the binding platform for stronger edging power, and flex grooves allow the ski to flex naturally providing full on edge contact in any snow condition. Atomic's Titanium Backbone 2.0 is an insert that runs the entire length of the ski on top of the core to give aggressive skiers power and stability. The Vantage 100 has Carbon Mesh Tank that has a layer of rigid woven mesh to beef up the torsional strength and power without adding any extra weight to the ski. The Power Wood Core of the Vantage 100 CTI is made with a blend of hard ash wood and light poplar that is extremely powerful, but light. If you are seeking a ski this season that will conquer any run, any day, at any mountain you should grab your Atomic Vantage 100 CTI while you can.
Summit carries great products. More importantly they can offer the help to find the right skis for your skill level. Last year I bought skis which I mostly use in the Midwest. Summit gave great advice. This year I bought these Atomic Skis for out west. The particular model was not regularly in store however the sales people were able to bring it in form another store.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Atomic Vantage 100. 5 out of 5. This is a phenomenal ski. I found it nice and stable. Very, very poppy and snappy when it needed to be. Just a totally different feel from Atomic that just made it ski fantastic. It's 100mm underfoot with their all-mountain rocker so it can really tackle anything on the mountain. It carves nice. It can power through the soft snow. It can really charge through the bumps. It's just one of those skis that can do it all. If you're an advanced to expert skier, this would be a great ski for you. 5 out of 5.
Evan here. Just got off the Vantage 100. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This is your go-to one-quiver big mountain ski. It can handle your long turns, high speeds and, of course, your soft snow. Nice and light in the tip. Just has really a great all over feel. Definitely for your advanced to expert skiers. 5 out of 5.
Hey, this is Hunter. I just got off the Atomic Vantage 100. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. This thing's a total shredder. This is a hard-fought category the 100 underfoot all-mountain charging ski and this ski shines with the best of them. It has a nice playful feel to it. It's snappy out of turns. A lot of rebound for such a wide ski. I really can't say enough good things about it. If you're looking for a lively ride at 100 underfoot. Can't beat it. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hey, this is Jeff. I just got off the Atomic Vantage 100. I give this ski a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Absolute blast. Lots of early rise on this ski so I can only imagine how fantastic it would be in fresh snow, transitional snow, powder, but on a day like today where it's hard pack, it's fast, groomers, frontside, it was incredible. This ski really did everything I wanted it to do. Did short radius turns, long radius turns, super stable. The harder I skied it, the better it hooked up so for a ski this wide, I give it a 4.5 out of 5. Don't be scared if you live in the east coast or you like to ski the frontside, this ski will do everything you want but it will be fantastic if you got in the deep stuff.
Hi, I'm Thom. I just got off of the all new Atomic Vantage 100. 5 out of 5 for this ski. This is absolutely one of the most fun skis I've ever been on. It's geared for your high level intermediate up through expert level skier who is looking for one ski to handle the whole mountain. This thing absolutely does it. It's got enough width and rocker that it's super floaty, surfy and loose when you want it to be playful but you tilt the thing up on edge and it just charges. So much edge hold, a lot of liveliness, tons of pop to finish the turn. Just absolutely everything you could want out of a ski for somebody who's going to be skiing it and pushing it to the limits. 5 out of 5 stars for this one.
Q: Hi team, I am 5'8" and 145 pounds. I am after a ski for use mostly in Hokkaido powder & trees. I am an old school skier. I like to turn a lot. I want to savour the powder. I don't want to rush down at mach2 speed. and btw - I don't want a wider "powder" ski because I want to be IN the powder, not skimming over the top. Do you think this ski will be too beefy for me, and if not (too beefy) what length? I am replacing fischer 2008 watea 94 in 178. My front side ski is 2012 blackeye 174. This is the only ski (marginally) less than 175 that I have ever liked, so I am not a fan of short skis. Would 180 be too long (178 has been my physiological limit for a few years) or would you recommend 172? Thanks
A: Based on your weight and where you want to take this ski the 180cm would be the appropriate length for you. The extra length will give you stability and flotation in the powder but getting deep enough for you to enjoy it.
Answered : Feb 12, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Dear Team, I'm about to buy a new pair of ski (new VANTAGE 100). But I'm unsure of the appropriate size (180cm or 188cm), could you advise please ? I'm looking for a unique pair that can fit all the the conditions (trail and off trail 50/50) I'm 1m80, 78kg Thanks in advance for your help ! Brgds and happy new year