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  • Atomic - Vantage 107 Ti Ski - Profile
  • Atomic - Vantage 107 Ti Ski - Base
  • Atomic - Vantage 107 Ti Ski - Detail
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Atomic Vantage 107 Ti Ski

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$599.96 $749.95

Item #ATO00AW

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  • 175cm
  • 182cm
  • 189cm

Tech Specs

175cm, 182cm, 189cm
[175cm] 136 / 107 / 123mm, [182cm] 137 / 107 / 124mm, [189cm] 138 / 107 / 125mm
Turn Radius:
[175cm] 17.4m, [182cm] 18.4m, [189cm] 19.5m
rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot
Power Woodcore (ash, poplar)
World Cup
Claimed Weight:
[pair, 182cm] 8lb 11.8oz
Recommended Use:
all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Vantage 107 Ti Ski

As the widest ski in Atomic's all-mountain oriented Vantage lineup, the Vantage 107 Ti Ski has a taste for powder yet possesses the versatility to rip groomers on the days in between big storms. Its generous waist and rockered tip and tail keep you up when the going is deep, and Atomic's HRZN Tech Tips provide 10% more surface area for better floatation through powder and chop alike. When the conditions firm up, underfoot camber and full sidewalls add powerful grip and quick power transfer for smooth, stable turns.

The construction of the Vantage Ti really stands out, because while the ski is light and nimble, it has characteristics that keep it remarkably stable through any conditions you're likely to encounter. Atomic's Prolite Construction is to thank for this, building the ski around a slim profile and adding reinforcements in the areas were strength is needed the most. A full-length layer of Titanal mesh keeps the ski strong and stiff, and when combined with the wood core, dampens vibrations for an even, consistent feel as you're zooming over corduroy and dancing through through crud at lightning speeds.

  • All-mountain ski with a penchant for the deep
  • 107mm waist provides versatility in powder and chop alike
  • Rockered tip and tail float you through deep, untouched snow
  • Underfoot camber holds a reliable edge in firm conditions
  • Lightweight construction is reinforced in key areas for strength
  • Titanal mesh layer from tip to tail keep ski stable and responsive
  • Wood core dampens vibrations and ensures stability at high speeds
  • Full sidewalls ensure precision and power transfer with each turn
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Stiff All Mountain Domination

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

A stiffer race inspired core construction with freestyle shaping really make this ski stand out in its category. There is a lot of technical information in this listing so I will focus on how they feel underfoot. First off for a ski in this category they like to be mounted further forward and driven from the front instead of a more traditional mount that benefits from driving the skis off the tails. Despite the exaggerated camber underfoot and the short snubbed tail which tend to feel very sticky, this ski does not feel very sticky. They smear and slash but prefer dialed race carves at medium to higher speeds. These skis can stomp a landing very comfortably, but they do not like to pop, butter and generally are not freestyle friendly. Overall this is a pair of skis for someone looking for a heavy, high speed, multi-condition front side resort ski that requires a bit of a stronger skier to really run.

Stiff All Mountain Domination

Loved the edger initiation

    The tips have a bit of a feature in the tip that helps with the initiation of turns and I found them to be super stiff and the cut out in the middle definitely saved weight on the ski size while adding the weight back else-were.

    Solid Set of Sticks

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Solid skis. Didn't get to ride them in much powder but they got the job done anyway. I've ridden the 97's in powder and they were great so I can only imagine these floating more. On the groomers they were solid and edged well for their size and width. Matt's Review below goes into good detail about the ride in comparison to other ski's so check that one out if you are interested. As for me they were a fun weekend ride and I'd love to get them out in some powder.

    An all mountain charger

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The paper stats on these skis caught my eye pre-season, so I jumped on the opportunity to demo them the other day. I own a pair of Soul 7s (like everyone else) in my quiver, and while great for soft snow, I've been looking for a similar ski that can handle higher speeds and is a bit more versatile when the snow turns to crud (or worse). I tested these at Solitude Resort on firm conditions, both on- and off-piste, seeking out lots of bumps.
    These skis are very similar to the Souls: 107 (vs 106) underfoot, lots of tip rocker, and adequate tail rise. They have a bit longer turn radius in 182 cm (18.4 m) compared to the 180 souls (17m). I prefer tighter turns, and could notice that the vantages were a bit harder to put on edge and carve a tighter turn, but that's to be expected with their dimensions. Perhaps the 175cm version would suit me just a bit better, honestly. However, for medium to long radius turns, they were pretty awesome.
    I like the Titanal mesh, a lot, actually. These skis are noticeably stiffer than the Souls and bust through chop and hold a great edge on groomers. I got up over 50 mph, and did not hit their speed limit, even with a little visible chatter in the tip (couldn't feel it in the ski). I really like that. And the mesh nature of the titanal means the skis are low weight and a dream to swing back and forth. Definitely more nimble than my Enforcer 100s in 185cm length.
    I can tell that these skis will really excel in softer, deeper conditions - I'd like to get them out in our next storm cycle and will update my review if I get the chance to do such. I feel like these skis would be perfect for someone familiar with the Soul 7s (or similar), looking for a ski that can charge harder through more conditions. These skis + Atomic Shift bindings + stiff AT boots would be an amazing set up for someone looking to ride inbounds and occasionally seek out sidecountry or lift-access backcountry stashes!

    Hit me up with any questions, and I'll be updating this soon as I test more conditions...

    An all mountain charger

    They Like to go!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    All mountain ski for sure, turn like a dream, very stable at speed yet manageable in the crud. Unfortunately, haven’t had a chance to run them in anything deep yet, but can already tell, that’s when they’ll really soar. Only one slight disappointment, I wish I would have gotten the 182 vs. the 175 just a bit more under foot for big jet turns.

    Great skis!

      I'm an Atomic employee and had the chance to demo the Women's version of these skis last winter, and I was impressed. With a not-so-great Utah winter last year, we kept to the groomers..and these ripped!
      Vantage series is designed for versatile performance- one ski for all snow conditions and all terrain. The Vantage consumer loves to ski controlled turns on-piste but also gets inspired by the spirit of Freeski.
      Checkout the below video for more info!

      It bothers me how much I like these

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      So much in such a nimble and perfectly well rounded ski.

      Built uniquely off of the chassis that is the vantage series, with a hrzn tech tip (Atomic's specific and fantastic rocker tip profile/contruction) and titanal enforced material construction - this ski is at the upper end of the vantage line, in a NICE grey area where they bump inspirations with the Bentchetler.

      When you want to lay a hard edge on groomers or hardpack, they bind up - responding super nicely to pressure and feedback - with a manageable 18m turn radius that make them energetically agile.

      Where they truly shine is when the conditions get rough - the glide between snow types, sun surfaces and snow depths they are just beastly. unforgivable in their performance - stable, yet FUN. The notion, in the back of mind that you can just apply the pressure at any moment and have the ski roll on edge makes them one of my favorite all around skis this season.

      I'd say that they are best described as an all mountain upgrade for skiers who've grown up perhaps on softer skis, but like hard charging and want something that will provide that feedback without being overwhelming "full metal" feeling.

      Recommended Sizing Guide

      Your ski size is largely determined by both your skiing ability and your preferred style of skiing. For example, an expert skier in Vermont will ski a far different ski than an expert in British Columbia. So take a look at our chart and explanations and find your perfect fit. Your weight also plays a large factor in finding the right ski. If you are either under or over average weight for your height consider downsizing or upsizing, respectively.

      Men's / Unisex Alpine Skis
       Big-Mountain FreerideBackcountry JibAll-MountainPark & PipeAll-Mountain Carve
      Pro 180 - 200cm 180 - 190cm 180 - 190cm 175 - 185cm 175 - 185cm
      Expert 170 - 180cm 175 - 185cm 170 - 180cm 160 - 180cm 170 - 185cm
      Intermediate 160 - 180cm 160 - 180cm 160 - 180cm 160 - 180cm 160 - 175cm
      Entry Level N/A N/A 150 - 170cm 150 - 170cm 150 - 170cm


      Pro: Excels on any terrain, on any snow condition. Enjoys high speeds.

      Expert: Comfortable on any terrain and most snow conditions.

      Intermediate: Comfortable on Blue trails, exploring Black trails.

      Entry Level: Learning to ski Green and Blue trails.


      Big-Mountain Freeride: High speeds, deep powder, steep lines, straightlining, chutes, cliffs.

      Backcountry Jib: Backcountry kickers, hucking, twintips, deep powder.

      All-Mountain: From bumps to back bowls, groomers to glades; everything and anywhere on the mountain.

      Park & Pipe: De-tuned edges and buttery twin tips, occasionally pole-impaired.

      All-Mountain Carve: Stiff. High-speed corduroy cutter. For those blind to SLOW signs.