2022 Atomic Maverick 88 TI Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings
Atomic Maverick 88 TI Skis with Bindings
For advanced and expert skiers who are looking for a true all-mountain setup, the Atomic Maverick 88 Ti skis with bindings are an awesome choice. Thanks to the shape, profile, and construction of these versatile weapons, the Atomic Maverick 88 Ti is part fighter jet, part cruiser, and all fun. At 88 mm underfoot, the skis have a fair amount of torsional stiffness, allowing them to perform a lot like more on-piste oriented skis while still retaining the width for off-piste adventures. Add to that Atomic's HRZN tip shape, and you've got an 88 that floats a lot better than the shape may indicate. By increasing the surface area on the shovel without adding to the width, Atomic is able to fine-tune the float to carve ratio very much in their favor, depending on which way you're looking at it. Tip and tail rocker add to the ski's floaty ability, and while it's more suited for situations without fresh snow, it's more than happy to be thrown in any and all situations that you may find. From steeps and trees to bumps and groomers, the Atomic Maverick 88 Ti skis with bindings are able to accomplish a lot of good things, and you as the skier, will be the happy beneficiary of all of these qualities. Versatile, fun, and precise, the Atomic Maverick 88 Ti skis with bindings is the ideal setup for advanced and expert skiers looking to dabble in it all.
- Sidecut: 125/88/110 mm
- Turn Radius: 18.2 m at 176 cm length
- Weight: 1800 g
- HRZN Tip Shape
- Tip and Tail Rocker
- Poplar Wood Core
- Dual Titanal Laminate
- Fiberglass Laminate
- Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers
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The Atomic Maverick 88 is a great, versatile all-around ski as you have skied them before. It's a great choice for any terrain and conditions on the mountain. It would be a great choice again!
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