Pros: edge hold stability versetile
Cons: like all atomics Heavy!
Rode the blackeye Ti for the first time two years ago but I keep comming back to it if I am after an all terrain ride. On the hardpack first thing, perfect groomed piste and... empty.....the horns come out and the devil in me says just go for it. At high speed GS type turns you can rely on this ski, the edge hold won't let you down it is sooo stable you can carry on building speed until it starts to get scarey. slowing down and onto steeper pitches the rocker made short snappy turns a dream with the ski responding perfectly doing most of the work for me. Spying a run of cruddy variables off to the side we popped into it allmost without a break in rhythm, no major balance adjustments needed the tips rose nicely as the ski cut through with ease. Fifty metre patch of untracked snow ahead not soft and light but a bit corny clamp the feet together and I float like a dream. this ski is a true quiver of one. high performance and precise combined with ease of use. I would recommend this ski to any ski patroller, or ski instructor, a true all mountain workhorse and a thouroughbred at that