Video review Atomic Vantage 82Ti 2019-2020 All-mountain Ski

“True Versatility”: that’s what tester and reviewer Stijn van Oss writes on the evaluation / score form of the Atomic Vantage. As far as he is concerned you can also send any skier down the slopes on this ski.


A Bluebird day. The sun is shining in a massively blue sky, temperatures constantly and freshly just a few degrees below zero (celsius). The fresh snow of the day before remained nice and dry all day and the slopes were therefore quite soft. At the end of the day I skied a bit “up” and in some parts a bit messy.

The Atomic Vantage 82ti

Piste oriented, but due to the width under the binding you can take the ski off-piste as well. Without it being a freeride ski. Atomic says agrees with us by saying the Vantage is a “progressive piste ski” with which you can also take to the “side piste”. The ski is nice and light, with reinforced wide walls, but in the middle of the ski especially in front of your bindings, the ski is made extremely thin to save weight. So thin that you can see through the ski.

You also feel that lightness according to Stijn. That ski is very easy to use, behaves well in both hard (icy) and softer conditions. With a radius of 17 meters, the ski is especially comfortable in medium curves, but also short and explosive, the ski responds well. Going to make long fast carves helps the stability on the edges give you a lot of confidence. Good grip, but also good float.

Target audience

A VERY broad target group, Stijn notes, in particular because of the low weight of the ski. Enough width and a radius that gives confidence.

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Since I can remember I have been very active in many different sports: started with baseball, tennis and riding later hockey, football, running and aikido. In addition, since twelve years old I've been into actionports: at first windsurfing, later climbing, inline skating, snowboarding, mountain biking. With the first action cams coming onto the market I've been making action sports videos. Furthermore, I've worked in the sports industry since 1990, sports marketing, media and live TV and until the end of 2016 at the Dutch Olympic Committee. Besides being partner in GearLimits I work as a digital freelancer. Based in the Netherlands, Married with Children (11 and 13 years old)


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