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The new Atomic women's Vantage range delivered on innovation, performance and looks. The 95 women's was a strong performer on test in the all mountain category.

Level
Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
All mountain performance erring towards off-piste conditions
Price
£500
lengths
154, 162, 170
Bindings?
Yes
Versatility
9
Off-piste
10
Value
9
On-piste
9
Performance
9
Overall Score
9

The introduction of 'Carbon tank mesh' (which you can see peeking through a small clear panel in the topsheet and winking at you as if to say "yes, I'm badass") makes this ski super light and super strong.

The Vantage 95 doesn't have the titanium stringers found in the 90s so is a little softer and more forgiving but with some seriously playful pop.

The flattened tail makes the ski easier to turn on piste while the reduced weight and dynamic responsiveness make them a joy in the powder. With the width underfoot this ski is more angled towards those that want to spend their time frolicking off-piste.

If you want a ski with a bit more play on piste we recommend the Vantage 90s - but that said you'd have a seriously good time on the 95's too.

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