Ski review Atomic Nomad Savage Ti
The savage nomad
From the Nomad series Atomic introduces the Savage Ti, the big brother of the very succesful Atomic Blackeye Ti. With 9,3cm underfoot it is considerably wider than the Blackeye but as playful as you could have hoped for. The tip rocker doesn't vibrate too much and the tail rocker gives it a nice maneuverability.
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This widest version in de Atomic Nomad series is, although Atomic claims it to be a 70% off-piste and 30% on-piste ski, surprisingly good on groomers. It holds its own very casually at high speed, is very maneuverable and carves pretty well for a ski this wide. Off-piste there is enough floatation to make turning a simple joy.
Advanced - Expert
30% piste - 70% off-piste
Good stability and float
Playful off-piste cruiser
Get me some powder!
This ski is made for...
If you want to dart off piste all the time, but still want maximum stability at top speed on piste, the Savage Ti is the ski you definitely want. I definitely want it.
Atomic about the Nomad Savage Ti
"With a 93 mm waist the Savage Ti is good for soft and mixed snow." I think this ski behaves really well in all snow conditions. Not only in soft and mixed snow but on the hard pack as well. All in all this is a fantastic all-mountain ski. And it looks brutal, savage.
Dimensions of the Savage Ti ski
Length (cm): 168, 177, 186
Sidecut @177cm (mm): 134-93-120
Radius (m): 17, 18, 19
The Atomic Vantage Ritual is a fantastic all-mountain ski for off-piste adventures. The Armada ARV is a twin tip all-mountain ski that performs perfectly in all conditions all over the mountain. Also the Salomon BBR 10.0 is an all-mountain ski with freeride ambitions.