Atomic Crimson TiNO IMAGE FOUND!
With its blazing red graphics and its innovative 'adaptive' camber, Atomic's Crimson Ti ski was poised to become the go-to All-Mountain plank in my ski quiver...and then I tried it. The Crimson Ti has made favorable impressions across the review circuit, scoring points for its fusion of huge edge grip with the sort of lift/flotation not typically found below the mid-fat category (more...)
— February 3, 2011
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Dan Conger February 4, 2011 at 8:01 am
I'm a fan of the Volkl AC30 myself. knocks out crud and mixed terrain very well, and at the same time provides a very stable high speed carving ski. I own 184's, but my next pair will definitely be the 177's.