Minty pair of all mountain women's skis look almost new, they'd be great for a tween/teen too, not too stiff. We never carry skis on a rack so no road grime. We wipe them down after each use too. Never ground so the edges are thick. Tons of life left. Mounted on the line for 275 BSL but there is a lot of room to move forward or back for different size boots. I've sold several pair of skis here to happy buyers.
Multiple award winning skis. Realskiers.com ski of the year.
The tip rocker helps skiers maintain a centered stance in powder to not burn the legs out quickly, making a longer, more enjoyable powder day. When the powder is all gobbled up, the Century can either get a pair of skins slapped on to find more freshies outside the resort, or is just as capable to power through the resort crud. Even a skin attachment on the tail...these would make excellent touring skis should you want to swap out the bindings.
ATOMIC CENTURY .. women
$549 sidecut: 128.5 100 120.5 radius: 18 @166
BEST IN: STABILITY, SHORT RADIUS, LONG RADIUS
One thing’s for certain, when you get a group of great skiers and put
them on a great ski, there are going to be smiles all around. The girls
loved this offering from Atomic. The Century is a big-mountain
machine with the heart of a sports car. Technology-wise, it combines
the best of both worlds: a rockered tip and tail for flotation and ease of pivoting, along with conventional camber underfoot to carve your
way back to the lodge after a great powder day. The sense I got from
reading the testers’ comments was confidence; this was a ski that
allowed the testers to push their limits with ease. Martina Osman
said, “I can’t wipe the smile off my face. This ski is a dance queen in
uneven terrain.” Janet Kuijt found fifth gear on this ski: “Wow! I loved
the liveliness in short turns and bumps. Mach 9 here I come.”
Like a cake baked from scratch, this ski feels simple and perfect. Its easygoing nature (no. 2 in Forgiveness) accommodates a wide range of styles and abilities, and its classic Atomic Hard-Snow Grip (no. 1) and Stability (no. 2) satisfy a ripper's need for speed. It's also the most versatile of the bunch in terms of terrain capability. The rub: It didn't float as well in the deep as some of the powder specialists, but it would be an ideal everyday board in Utah. "Great ski that does it all," said Forland.
Edited by Utagonian - 10/30/15 at 6:51am