The Atomic Temper Ti Skis + XTO 14 Bindings offer a ski package that delivers maximum performance for carving-oriented skiers. Part of the Nomad [S] Series, the Temper Ti's come into their own on-piste by being extremely agile and providing maximum edge grip on prepared terrain. ARC Technology allows the ski to flex evenly from tip to tail, which in turn makes skiing incredibly natural and intuitive. If you are looking for an on-piste charger ski, look no further than the Temper Ti + XTO 14 Binding package.
All Mountain Rocker This ski profile is composed of 15% rocker in the tip and 85% camber throughout the rest of the ski. This provides excellent performance and control on all snow conditions and in any terrain.
ARC Technology This binding platform frees your skis to flex naturally under your foot, which in turn allows you to use all of your edge. This gives you the traction needed to grip any type of snow, making your ride smoother and more natural.
Woodcore Ti / Carbon A high-grade wood core that cushions vibrations is used in conjunction with a titanium insert to provide excellent strength and rigidity, while a layer of carbon provides maximum pop for snappy turn exits.
Step Down Sidewall 2.0 This design features a new one-piece sidewall construction that provides outstanding edge grip and greater durability.
XTO 14 Ski Bindings The Atomic XTO series epitomizes high performance, ultra-lightweight bindings. They are ideal for accomplished skiers with a preference for high speed adventure.
Bindings Do Not Come Mounted to Skis Always have a certified binding technician mount and adjust your bindings.
Half-Cap Construction This construction at the tip and tail area protects the ski from edge damage.
|Tip Width (mm)||122.5||124||126|
|Waist Width (mm)||73||73||73|
|Tail Width (mm)||102||104||106|
|Turning Radius (m)||13.2||14||14.7|
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Comments about Atomic Temper Ti Skis + XTO 14 Bindings 2014:
I finally upgraded to ski's more appropriate for my height (6 foot) and skill level, going from 160 to 181 length ski's. I didn't notice any transition issue, the longer ski does feel more stable though. I wanted a ski for use on the East Coast hard pack groomed slopes and these were designed for that. This model is also good for those wanting to ski forward/backward. The binds are also excellent.