Atomic Crimson Ti Skis with XTO 14 Bindings

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Atomic Crimson Ti Skis with XTO 14 Bindings -
The Atomic Crimson Ti Skis + XTO 14 Bindings offer a great setup for any skier who skis mostly on-piste, but who likes to be prepared for an occasional foray into softer snow. Featuring an 86 mm waist width and an All Mountain Rocker profile, the Crimson Ti skis can handle a variety of snow conditions, from freshly groomed corduroy to soft, untracked snow. Add the ultra-lightweight, high performance XTO 14 bindings featuring Atomic's ARC Technology, which let the ski flex naturally for a smooth and natural ride, and you have a ski setup that provides you with maximum stability and versatile performance in all snow conditions.


  • Step Down Sidewall 2.0


  • Wood Core Ti
  • All Mountain Rocker
  • ARC Technology
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Atomic Crimson Ti w/ XTO 14 System Ski - Men's:  The new Crimson Ti is the widest model in the completely revamped Nomad series. It offers a powerful, smooth ride both on piste and off. New ARC Technology means the Nomad Crimson Ti can blast through all snow conditions.  Because the skier's power is concentrated in one spot in the center of the ski, the skier is able to easily load the skis and reap all of the benefits of its powerful construction. ARC also ensures the skis maintain constant contact with the snow, providing solid edge grip and great stability. The Crimson Ti features a wood core with titanium layers and the new Step Down Sidewall 2.0 for tons of energy out of every turn.  All of this coupled with All-Mtn-Rocker and you have one of the most versatile skis on the planet.

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Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:16m (@178cm)
Base Material:Sintered
Binding DIN:5-14
Binding Weight Range:125-275 lbs
Bindings Included:Yes
Construction Type:Cap/Sidewall
Core Material:Wood w/ Metal Laminate
Model #:AASS00390170
Rocker:Tip Rocker/Camber
Ski Gear Intended Use:All Mountain
Special Features:Step Down Side Wall 2.0
Tail Profile:Flared
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths:132/86/115 (@178cm)
Turn Radius:16-20
Type:All-Mountain Skis (75-90)
Waist Width:86-95mm
Warranty:One Year
What Binding is Included?:XTO 14

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Atomic Crimson Ti Skis with XTO 14 Bindings Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

2014 Atomic Crimson Ti Ski Review

Hi, I'm Kevin. I just got off the brand new Atomic Crimson ti with ARC technology. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. Definitely a big improvement over the previous year's Crimson ti, now with the addition of the ARC and new step down sidewall on it. It's much smoother, filters out all those little snow, you know, on snow vibrations so it's just, in my opinion, for a front side all mountain ski, it's one of the smoothest skis out there. Initiates a turn very quickly, very cleanly, prefers long turns, short turns, medium radius, it doesn't really have a specific preference, it did them all very well. So, overall, great all around ski for that high end, front side, all mountain skier.
Kevin P. at on 09/09/2013

2014 Atomic Crimson Ti Ski Review

Hi, I'm Steve. I just got off the new Atomic Nomad Series Crimson ti. This is a new and improved Crimson ti, it's been on the line for awhile. This is a burly ski. I give it 4 out of 5 stars, it is not for the faint of heart. You gotta ride this fast and you gotta ride it hard. If you're the kind of skier who likes to kind of do all mountain skiing, that really likes to go fast and really load up your skis hard, this could be a great ski for you. I wouldn't recommend it for anyone that's light or doesn't really like to go fast or load up their skis, because it's really heavy and really stiff.
Steve K. at on 09/09/2013

2014 Atomic Crimson Ti Ski Review

I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Atomic Nomad Crimson Ti. 5 out of 5. I really like this ski. It's nice and stable. If you're going to spend most of your time on-piste, want a little bit of off-piste versatility, you got it right here. This guy's down to 86 at the waist so they slimmed it up a little bit, makes it a little bit more nimble, little more quicker edge-to-edge. New with the binding system, with the Arc binding system, you get a real deep even flex out of the ski and you can feel it with every turn. 5 out of 5.
Adam P. at on 09/09/2013

2014 Atomic Crimson Ti Ski Review

This is Hans with the Crimson Ti. The Crimson Ti is the flagship ski from Atomic in the Nomad series. I give this ski a 4 out of 5. It's 86 underneath the foot. So, it's also good in softer snow. Holds really well on long turns. Again, for the very aggressive skier it might not be the right ski because it doesn't have the rebound energy I like to see in a ski. But definitely this is for the advanced-to-expert skier.
Hans E. at on 09/09/2013

2014 Atomic Crimson Ti Ski Review

This is Rick. Just got off of Atomic's Crimson Ti. I'd rate this ski 5 out of 5 stars for someone in the advanced-to-expert range skier. A little bit wider under waist allows you to take it in some softer snow. Great edge-to-edge, really stiff. Rebound's not the greatest but it's really quick edge-to-edge.
Rick C. at on 09/09/2013

Neutral Reviews:

2014 Atomic Crimson Ti Ski Review

Hi, this is Trey. Just got off the Atomic Crimson Ti. I'm going to give this ski 3.5 out of 5 stars. I think that it's a good ski if you like to just cruise and make big, long, giant, and I mean giant turns on harder snow, it's very smooth, it's very positive, but just not a lot of life. If you're a bigger guy, and a really aggressive skier, you may be able to move it around a little bit, but I feel like there's other skis in this category that are more playful and hold better in this range of skis. So again, just a 3.5 out of 5 for me.
Trey R. at on 09/09/2013