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Atomic Nomad Crimson Ti 2014 Ski Review

Atomic Nomad Crimson Ti 2014

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

170 / 131.5-86-114 / 15
178 / 132.5-86-115.5 / 16.1
186 / 133.5-86-117 / 17.1

Manufacturer's Description

The new Crimson Ti is the most progressive and the widest model in the completely revamped Nomad series from Atomic – and a natural all-mountain performer.

It offers a totally smooth, natural ride both on and off-piste. New ARC Technology means the Nomad Crimson Ti can take all snow conditions in its stride and with increased flow: because the skier’s power is concentrated in one single point in the center of the ski, the ski is able to flex easily and naturally. The result: it maintains constant contact with the snow, is easy to control on any terrain and is both smooth and stable. Its high-grade features also include a wood core with titanium inserts, the new Step Down Sidewall 2.0 as well as an All Mountain Rocker.

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