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The new Atomic Vantage 90 Ti's are all mountain skis designed for versatility on and off-piste. How did they fare during our 2018 on snow test in Galtür, Austria?
Level
Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Good intermediates who want to progress and are serious about doing so up to expert skiers in search of all mountain heaven for a great price
Price
£660
Season
2018/19
lengths
169,176,184
Bindings?
No
Float
8
Playfulness
9
Value
8
Edge hold
9
Stability
9
Turn initiation
8
Overall Score
10
+
Performance on-piste that seamlessly translates across all terrain
Having to hand them back to the Atomic staff

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The Vantage range isn't new, but the 90 Ti is a new model for the 2018-19 winter season and joins what is perhaps an understated, but dignified pack of all mountain tools that have always impressed the team here at Snow Magazine.

It seems like the 90 Ti is no exception and if anything, pushes the envelope of fun even further. Atomic have really hit the ski pole on the helmet with this one.

The Vantage 90 Ti gets high scores across the board and considering the all mountain category can often throw up the kind of skis that can seem lost on every part of the mountain, these feel immediately at home on every inch of it.

Stable, smooth, fun, powerful are just some of the platitudes our testers used when reviewing them in perfect all mountain conditions.

Throughout each turn on groomed slopes they feel so smooth and stable, with an edge grip that's so sharp, it would make a Japanese Sashimi Chef drool.

Off-piste, in variable, chopped up snow they easily power through taking most of the strain. In powder, they have just enough in the waist (90mm) to produce that freeride feel we crave for, making them one of the most versatile skis out there.

At £660 with bindings they are great value and for strong intermediate to advanced skiers who mostly ski on-piste, but want a versatile tool that handles everything else, there's little or no better option out there.

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