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The Atomic Blackeye Ti scored well in our 2013 ski review within the all mountain category. A great ski for anyone looking to explore the whole mountain, mainly staying on groomed slopes with occasional excursions into more variable terrain.

Level
Advanced, Intermediate
Terrain
All Mountain, Piste
Best for
Recreational to advanced skiers looking to improve their performance both on and off-piste.
Price
£530.00
lengths
160, 167, 174, 181
Type
Ski
Off-piste
8
Low speed
7
On-piste
8
High speed
8
Overall Score
8

Atomic might be the world’s biggest ski manufacture but that fact doesn't mean quality comes second.

Traditionally well known for producing fantastic alpine racing skis, Atomic have more recently developed excellent all mountain, Freeride and big mountain skis. The Blackeye Ti scored consistently high across the board on our 2013 ski test, putting it in a very respectable second place in what is the most fought out category.

It suits the piste more than it does off-piste, but that’s just because it’s a fantastic piste ski! On high speed long radius turns the skis feel stable and smooth, with a nice kick in the tail when required. In more variable terrain, the skis are lively and responsive, handling most snow conditions with ease.

For anyone looking to explore the whole mountain and improve their performance these quietly confident set of skis would do the job nicely.

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