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Atomic Nomad Smoke Ti Skis with XTO 12 Bindings

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Best Use: Frontside skis are narrow for carving on-trail

Frontside skis are narrow for carving on-trail

Width: Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Flex: Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

Rocker Profile: Tip Rocker/Camber skis for edge hold; easy turn initiation

Tip Rocker/Camber skis for edge hold; easy turn initiation

 

The Smoke Ti from Atomic is a ski for a wide range of skill sets. A solid intermediate can grow their skills, the advanced skier can use it as an on trail carving ski. The Smoke Ti is Titanium Powered meaning that it has a layer of titanium above and below the Light Woodcore to add extra horsepower when you are skiing at fast speeds, and increase the responsiveness when you really start moving down a steep groomer. The Smoke Ti is equipped with Atomic's ARC Technology that attaches the binding plate in a single position in the middle of the ski that enables it to flex naturally like a bow to provide you with more edge contact for increased control. The Smoke Ti has All Mountain Rocker that has a rockered tip that will initiate turns quicker for you. 85% of the ski is made with traditional camber that will give you a stronger grip on the snow, and deliver a rebound with each turn. Atomic's Stepdown Sidewall 2.0 Construction has a vertical sidewall underfoot for additional edge hold, and a cap construction in the tips and tails for extra maneuverability and easy turning. If you are looking for a ski that will last the long run for you as you improve your skills, and a ski that is one of the best values, the Atomic Smoke Ti is the one to have.


  • ARC Technology
  • Stepdown Sidewall 2.0
  • Titanium Powered
  • 2.10 kg/ski (@171cm)


Skill Range: Intermediate-Advanced

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain Bindings Included  Yes What Binding is Included?  XTO 12
Binding DIN  3-12 Binding Weight Range  90-260 lbs. Tip/Waist/Tail Widths  124/76/105 (@171cm)
Tail Profile  Flared Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length  14.4m (@171cm) Construction Type  Cap/Sidewall
Core Material  Wood w/ Metal Laminate Metal Layer  Dual Warranty  One Year
Skill Range  Intermediate-Advanced Model Year  2016 Model Number  AASS00912157
Product ID  399952     
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Great carving ski, it will make you initiate nice and smooth turns. Especially in short turns.
 
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Only had the chance to use them twice here in the midwest (thanks Mother Nature). No complaints about the skis/bindings on the slope (they carve nicely), but I didn't realize that Skis.com did not pre-install the bindings; the picture make...Read More
 
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I did want to point out that these do not have a layer of Titanium. The layer is made of aluminum with 0.25% Titanium (1/4 of 1%), but called Titanium for misleading marketing purposes. I don't know how that is acceptable to lie about using...Read More
 
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Q: Could I mount these skis with AT Touring bindings or would I be miserable?
Asked : Sep 21, 2017
By : sR, albany ny
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A: This is not the type of ski that would be appropriate for an AT binding. You should be looking at something around 100mm underfoot.
Answered : Sep 22, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Are these skis suitable for women? I am 5"11 160lbs. Most of the women ski's tend to be too short for me. I have atomic Waymaker ski books in 26.5.
Asked : Jul 29, 2017
By : Shpeeg, los angeles CA
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A: I would recommend a women's specific ski for you. Based on your weight I would recommend something in the 160-165cm range for average aggressions. Your weight is the most determining factor when selecting ski size. If you are more aggressive and spend more time off piste you could jump up to something around 170cm. Women's specific skis have a flex pattern and mounting position to improve efficiency and reduce fatigue for the female body shape.
Answered : Jul 31, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I have the Salomon X-Pro X90 CS Ski Boots 2017 model size (25.5) Will these boots fit with the bindings on this ski?
Asked : Mar 15, 2017
By : Rob, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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A: Yes, these skis will fit a 25.5 boot.
Answered : Mar 16, 2017
By : Thomas
Q: are the bindings already mount on the skis?
Asked : Feb 16, 2017
By : rt, Springfield,IL
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A: We can only install bindings if boots are purchased with the skis. The actual boot is required for proper installation, adjustment and release testing. Please understand that this is for the safety of the user.
Answered : Feb 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hello, I am 54, 180#, 5'8". Intermediate to advanced. What length do you suggest? I ski both Steamboat Springs, Colorado as well as man-made snow clubs in Missouri. Thanks, Charles
Asked : Feb 14, 2017
By : Charlie, Kansas City, MO
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A: Based on your age, weight and ability I recommend the 178cm for you.
Answered : Feb 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I bought these skis at the beginning of the season and they are excellent value. I have a question about the integrated binding system. Can I remove the system and mount just the bindings it came with (or different bindings) on the flat ski? How difficult is this to do, can any ski shop do this?
Asked : Feb 14, 2017
By : cdog, Sierra at Tahoe
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A: This ski has the ARC Binding system that is designed to improve the flex and performance of the ski. It cannot be removed, and there are no other binding options.
Answered : Feb 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm a super-lightweight 34 y.o. 5'9" 120lbs skier. I ski for 10+ years though normally only a week per season. I am confident on blues/European reds and tend to run really fast on many blues (sometimes up to ~50 mph); my skill level though doesn't allow me to do those beautiful and speedy runs on blacks/double blacks. Historically, I always had skis around 165 cm long, but given my physique/skill level, is it reasonable to say I'd be better off with say a pair of 157 cm of these Atomics rather than 164 cm? Thanks!
Asked : Feb 09, 2017
By : Andrew, Seattle WA
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A: Based on your weight, ability and aggressiveness I would suggest the 171cm for you. The extra length will give you way more stability and control when you are going fast. A 157cm would be too short to give you that stability.
Answered : Feb 09, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 5'7 230 lbs. Intermediate level skier that will use these for the Ice Coast--especially in WV. I was thinking about getting 171 cm, but should I go up?
Asked : Feb 07, 2017
By : Brandon, United States
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A: Based on your weight, ability and location, I would recommend the 171cm for you. If you are a more aggressive skier who travels to ski then you should consider going up a size.
Answered : Feb 08, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Are the XTO 12 bindings that come with this package compatible with my Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 WTR Ski Boots as is, or does some type of modification need to be made to the bindings to accomodate my boots?
Asked : Feb 04, 2017
By : Brian, United States
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A: These bindings are not compatible with WTR soles, and the bindings are not able to be modified. You would need to either select a boot that does not have a WTR sole, or a ski/binding combination that is compatible with WTR.
Answered : Feb 06, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I'm 6'2", 198lbs. 60+yrs old. I ski in CA. Intermediate level. I have been mostly on 176cm skis for the past 5 years.(my 2nd pair are 167cm) I like them both, but looking to upgrade. I like to ski in control and only speed in nice conditions. Looking to get 171cm. Will I be comfortable in them with room to improve my skills.
Asked : Jan 31, 2017
By : Thomas, San Francisco, CA
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A: Based on your weight, age and ability, I would recommend the 178cm for optimal control and stability.
Answered : Feb 01, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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