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This versatile ski combines a solid on-piste performance with the ability to handle more variable conditions well. During our 2014 on snow ski test in Kuhtai, Austria, we took the Atomic Affinity Sky through its paces in all types of terrain and it proved to be a true performer across the mountain.

Level
Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Carving up pistes with the ability to play in the powder
Price
£400
lengths
148, 154, 160
Off-piste
9
Low speed
8
Value
8
On-piste
8
High speed
7
Overall Score
8

The Atomic Affinity Sky is an all mountain ski with a relatively narrow width under the boot of 79mm making them perfect for groomed slope carving.

But they also performed well for us in the more variable terrain too, including chopped up snow and powder.

Light and easy to turn, the Affinity Sky felt versatile with a rocker tip that makes turn initiation easy and helps floatation off-piste. We also liked its bright colour scheme.

The wood core ensures good torsional rigidity, without making it feel heavy, and the Affinity Sky scored top marks for liveliness.

Playful, bouncy and great looking, this ski would suit a confident advanced female skier who really wants a ski for groomed slopes but needs something to handle the powder when it's there.