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Atomic Radon Ti Ski System with Bindings

Atomic Radon Ti Ski System with Bindings -

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Rocker/Camber Hybrid: Uses rocker in certain zones of the ski, typically the tip, tail, or both. Great, versatile choice, offering good grip on hardpack, some float in soft snow, and easy turn initiation and transitions.

70-79: Versatile; good blend of carve and float

Style: AASS00382

With an impressively tight turn radius, the Atomic Radon Ti Ski System is an all-mountain ski that lets intermediate/advanced skiers carve with precision. Those looking to make fast reactive turns down groomers and all over the mountain will appreciate the design of these skis. They are built with ARC Technology to help maintain a centered contact point during a turn. This combined with the wood and titanium core helps you fluidly link turns even at high speeds.


  • Design: All-Mountain/Groomer
  • Ski Dimensions: 124.5-76-105
  • Turn Radius: 14m (size 171)
  • Camber: All-Mountain Rocker blends 85% camber underfoot and 15% tip rocker
  • Bindings: XTO 12 bindings included


  • All-Mountain Rocker's lifted tip for float and stability in varied snow conditions
  • Camber underfoot for stable grip on hardpack
  • Step Down Sidewall 2.0 construction provides durability and exceptional edge grip
  • Arc Technology helps maintain a natural ski flex for a smooth ride
  • Wood core and titanium insert increase torsional stiffness

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"Are the bindings mounted to the skis when they are delivered after purchase?"
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Question by Albert on 12/5/2013 - 8:31 pm
"No, for liability issues we cannot mount bindings and then ship them out. You must physically be in a store (with your boots) to have your bindings properly set and mounted. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/6/2013 - 10:23 am
"I like how these skis are for he east coast and can turn easily. However, I'm a 4 or 5 out of ten skier. Why are these considered advanced skis if they are great at turning? Are they stiffer then say the non-ti Blackeyes?"
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Question by Kevin on 2/6/2014 - 11:10 pm
"This is going to more of an advanced ski when you are comparing it to the Blackeye. I'd say that the Blackeye would be more on your skill level. A more advanced ski is stiff so that it responds to your every move with precision. They are great at turning because of this. So an advanced skier would have more fun on something like this."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/7/2014 - 4:24 pm
"I am 5'11", weight 200 lbs and a level 3 skier. Can't decide between the 171 or 178 length. Any suggestions. Thx."
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Question by Jim C. on 2/13/2014 - 4:47 pm
"I'd say a 171 is more your length. This ski is more of an advanced ski though. If you are a level 3 that would make you more an a beginner/intermediate. I'd recommend giving us a call at 800-818-0946 so that we can assist you with more choices!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/13/2014 - 5:01 pm
"Sorry. By level 3 I meant advanced/expert skier and former Master's racer. Is it still the 171 or would the 178 be better?"
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Question by Jim C. on 2/13/2014 - 5:20 pm
"Well that changes things! I would recommend the 178 in that case!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/14/2014 - 9:32 am
"I am 5'9" and 170 and an advanced intermediate. Should I go with 171 or 178 size?"
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Question by Tampa on 4/1/2014 - 5:31 pm
"The 171 will be a great fit for you!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/2/2014 - 12:13 pm

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