Atomic Radon Ti

2014

Freestyle
Atomic
Price: £500.00 (with binding)
Overall:
On piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
Bumps:
Ease of use:
Suitability for level:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Upper Advanced Upper Expert
Sidecut 125-76-105
Turn radius 14.4 (171)
Lengths 157, 164, 171, 178
Construction Tip Rocker
ARC Technology
Full Wood Core
Strengths Grippy, strong and fast edge to edge
Weaknesses Could be stronger at very high speeds in long turns

They say

Part of Atomic’s Nomad S range, the Radon Ti has a deep slalom sidecut and uses ARC technology - an integrated binding interface that’s pinned in the middle to allow the ski to flex smoothly

We say

A very smooth, predictable ski, it seems really comfortable at high speeds. Very strong in its construction, it feels as though it has high torsional rigidity. This is a great combination for short turns, allowing this Radon to have plenty of grip and feel reactive moving from edge to edge. In longer, faster turns it still works really well, but a few of the team felt it could use more power through the end of the turn. Some testers thought there was strong edge-hold at high speeds, while others thought it could use a bit more punch. Different skiers, even at a high level, will sometimes feel different responses from the ski.

Tester Comments

Alyn Morgan
Easy to use: half cap construction doesn’t provide performance at high speeds, but good in short turns.
Chris Taine
In their element at higher speeds and longer turns, but still really agile in short turns.