Atomic Millennium Ski

Priced: $349.91 - $599.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Skis.com (2013) $349.91
53% off
Regularly: $749.00
Evo (2013)
(2013)
$404.90
45% off
Regularly: $749.00
Backcountry.com $598.95
20% off
Regularly: $749.00
Evo (2014)
(2014)
$599.00
20% off
Regularly: $749.00
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Atomic Millennium Ski -

The Atomic Women's Millennium Ski is the top-of-the-line pow ski for the ladies. This burly board has a wide-platform 110-millimeter waist and rockered tip and tail for floatation in pow and power through crud. The classic camber underfoot gives you crazy edge grip for precision turning. The V-shaped geometry helps with turn initiation, when you enter the trees or hit the bump line. And the step-down sidewall combines durability with turning power. This ski is not for the faint of heart; but for the hardest-charging women, the super-stable and moderately stiff Millennium will never let you down.

Insulation:

  • Step Down Sidewall

Features:

  • Powder Rocker tip and tail rocker with classic camber underfoot
  • Large radius sidecut
  • 110-millimeter waist
  • The combination of sidewall ski and wood core ensures lively performance and maintains the flex of the ski at all times.
  • 16m @ 161cm 128/110/120, 17m @ 169cm 130/110/122, 18m @ 177cm 132/110/124
  • V-shaped geometry
Evo (2013)
Atomic Millennium Skis - Women's 2013: Coming in for the ladies on the tried and true Blog chassis, are the brand new Atomic Millennium Skis. Their super-floaty 110mm waist and powder-munching rocker design crave fields and spines steep enough to make a stunt pilot giddy. A tip-to-tail wood core provides a stable, responsive flex and traditional camber underfoot maximizes edge hold and pop. The rockered tip and tail ease upward for flotation in the deep stuff, and a unique Step-Down Sidewall construction places a half-cap construction at the tip and tail for durability and impact resistance.

Evo (2014)
The Atomic Millennium Skis are women's specific powder skis based on the proven Blog chassis with several improvements just for the ladies. The V-Shaped geometry lowers the turn radius, allowing for easier turn initiation and a smoother ride in pow. Atomic have also added a slightly elevated heel area to the Millenium for a more naturally balanced stance while skiing. Combined with the tried and true Step Down Sidewall and ultra reliable wood core, the Atomic Millenium is the perfect choice for ladies looking to slay some serious pow.
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Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:17m (@169cm)
Base Material:Sintered
Binding DIN:N/A
Binding Weight Range:N/A
Bindings Included:No
Construction Type:Cap/Sidewall
Core Material:Wood
Model #:AA0024450 161
Powder Rocker:for freeskiers who want perfect lift in powder while still desiring stability on hard snow
Rocker:Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Ski Gear Intended Use:Side Country / Backcountry
Special Features:Step Down Sidewall
Tail Profile:Twin
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths:130/110/122 (@169cm)
Titanium:No
Turn Radius:16-20
Type:All-Mountain Wide Skis (91-110)
Used:No
Waist Width:106-115mm
Warranty:One Year
What Binding is Included?:None

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Atomic Millennium Ski Reviews:

Reviews:

I have skied this ski for the past two seasons almost every pow day I've had. Their wide enough to ride all the time time although sometimes on the west coast I would prefer wider, these still do the trick. That makes them a very versatile ski for different conditions and an easy choice when going on a ski trip. I have mounted the Atomic Tracker binding on them for touring and ski them in a 179 and I'm 5'2", but I like to ski a bigger ski than most my size. I also have a pair mounted with Atomic Sth2 binding and ski them on the resort as well. Love the ski and it's consistency. A bit more on the stiff side than K2's for example which I really like. I don't need nor do I want less of a ski as a women's ski and the Millennium really delivers that performance that I want and need. I feel really stable on these skis going fas and love them...hence why I've skied on them for the past two years.

Michelle Parker at Backcountry.com on 09/27/2013

I love having a "go to" ski. One that you don't really have to think about, if its snowing you know its going to be a fun ride. That is this ski. Super fun in the pow and stable in variable conditions.
I ride the 179cm with the Atomic tracker binding and have found the two to be a good combo. When I first tried this ski I was impressed with the ski's maneuverability. Larger skis can be intimidating because it is a lot of ski to get around. However, the Millennium is surprisingly easy to ski and has no problem floating in the pow. Because of the rocker I would urge buyers to go a titch longer than you usually would and maintain the standard mount to get the full use of the ski's camber.

Kristin at Backcountry.com on 01/14/2014

I've got my Millenniums set up with a pair of Dynafits. I was concerned they may be too heavy to tour, but not so - they are fairly lightweight.
I went with the 169cm length, they are a bit on the short side, but it's worth it since I have to haul these babies uphill. They deliver in powder, I think it's a fun, surfy feel. I've tried them a few times on groomers and they don't disappoint, but this ski is really intended to be my dedicated touring setup.
They did manage through crud, but definitely not as damp as my Moment Bellas. (They are pounds lighter though - so I think that's a fair trade-off).
All in all this is a great one-quiver kind of tool for gals out west.
It's reliable, fun in powder and versatile.

Lexi Dowdall at Backcountry.com on 09/24/2013