The Atomic Vantage 90 CTI will be one hot selling ski for the advanced to expert skier this season. Atomic's new Carbon Tank Mesh does a fantastic job of increasing the strength of the ski without increasing the total weight of the ski. The Carbon Tank Mesh is a woven structure that sits on top of the core on the entire length of the ski. A Titanium Backbone boosts up the torsional strength and additional power for charging through crud or charging down a steep groomer. The Vantage 90 includes Atomic's new Firewall Sidewalls that are thicker over the binding mounting platform for additional power transfer, and they have flex groves to provide a rounded, even flex. All Mountain Rocker will initiate turns quickly, keep you on top of the fresh snow, and absorb negative vibrations caused by crud. Camber underfoot delivers a high amount of rebound to spring you into your next turn. Rocker in the tail improves the powder skiing ability of the Vantage 90. The 90mm waist feels very edgy on the groomers, and will give you excellent flotation in all but the deepest of powder. If you want a ski that is highly versatile for any type of skiing, and will do them all very well, you should grab your Atomic Vantage 90 CTI while you can.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Atomic Vantage 90 CTI. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It was nice and stable. It's great for that strong intermediate to expert level skier. If you're looking for something that can really charge the bumps, take on some fresh snow and lay down a turn, this is a great ski for ya. 5 out of 5.
Evan here with the Atomic Vantage 90. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's going to be great for your advanced to expert skier looking to rip some all-mountain turns mainly on the frontside though. Very stable at high speeds, not hard to get in and out of turns. Really a great time. 5 out of 5.
This is Hans. I just came off the Atomic Vantage CTI. The CTI has a new technology - it's called Tank Carbon Mesh. It will really give the ski a lot more rebound with the carbon in it. It also holds better on higher speed. With a 90 underneath the foot, it's a perfect ski to ski east coast, west coast to midwest, I believe it's a ski that will do everything right. I give this a 4 out of 5 and it's designed for your good intermediate to expert skier.
Hey, this is Hunter. Just got off the Atomic Vantage 90 CTI. This is a 5 star ski. It's a 6 star ski. This is one of the best skis I've skied on in years. Tip it over and rip it and the thing shreds any terrain, any turn. I haven't have this much fun on a ski in a while. If you want to go fast and had a good time it's the ski for you. 5 out of 5 stars. I love it.
Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Atomic Vantage 90 CTI. This is a 5 out of 5 ski for me all day long. This thing is just super, super fun. It's geared at your high level intermediate up through expert level skier and really the sweet spot is that big. It's not a super challenging ski to ski but when you put it up on edge it absolutely rips a carve. It's got a lot of pop, a lot of finishing power to the turn and just such a fun ride. So, if you're looking for something super versatile aimed at on-trail but also pretty versatile off-trail, check it out. 5 out of 5.
A: The shape, rocker profile, and flex pattern makes this ski a great ski for the all-mountain charger, but I would not recommend it for park skiing.
Answered : Oct 10, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi. I am 69, 6'2", 225 lbs and an ex USRSA citizen racer in SL and GS. Ski in the West about 10 days a year. Like to try and ski whatever I come across on whole mountain but back off a little on big bumps. What length do you recommend?
A: Based on your ability and weight the 176cm would be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Aug 22, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'd be very grateful for your considered ski length recommendation for an advanced 6', 190-195lb skier (who just turned 50), and now mainly skis with his three pre-teen kids who are intermediate skiers and, hopefully, gaining fast in upcoming season(s). We ski pretty much exclusively in Vermont. Many thanks!!
Asked : Aug 05, 2016
By : BetwixtandBetween, New York, NY
A: Based on your weight you can do the 184cm if you are pretty aggressive. If you are not super aggressive, and you spend the majority of your time skiing on the groomers the 176cm would be the better size for you.
Answered : Mar 28, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Recommended length? I'm 5'8 and 160 pounds, Advanced to Expert skier, preferring high speeds on groomers or off piste action