Atomic Vantage X 77 C with XT 10 Bindings '16/17
$499.99

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$499.99

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Description

A smooth and forgiving ski that excels on piste, the Atomic Vantage X 77 C Skis + XT 10 Bindings feature a more traditional shape with innovative construction. A layer of super rigid Carbon Tank Mesh for strength and power, plus an Exo Profile to reduce swing weight and add rigidity. Add in firewall sidewalls for unparalleled edge grip and a power woodcore, and you've got yourself a ski that'll keep you smiling all day long. Get out there and tear up the groomers with the Atomic Vantage X 77 C Skis + XT 10 Bindings.

Rocker Type
All Mountain Rocker 15 / 85 / 0 – A tip rocker for great versatility and performance in all conditions and over any snow.

Shape
Exo Profile – A radical 3D profile that features slanted sides with reinforced ridges. This shaping cuts swing weight and adds rigidity. It also prevents topsheet chipping and scratching, which is ideal for longer life.

Core
Power Woodcore – Made from lightweight Ash and Poplar, Vantage's core adds overall value and performance.

Laminates
Carbon Tank Mesh – A layer of super rigid, woven mesh that adds strength across the ski while actually reducing weight.
Atomic Topsheets – Lightweight and highly resistant (made from 50% rapeseed oil).

Sidewalls
Firewall – Vantage's extra-full sidewall blocks disruptive vibration and transmits 100% power for solid edge grip.

Base
Atomic Base – A 7000-Series sintered base that is fast on any snow, can stand up to anything, and is easy to maintain.

Edges
Atomic Edges – Hardened steel for durability and perfect edge grip.

Included Bindings
Atomic XT 10 Bindings
Bindings Do Not Come Mounted to Skis – Always have a certified binding technician mount and adjust your bindings.

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