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Hands off, broskis.

The Atomic Women's Century 102 Ski lives for powder days in and out of the resort, but it will still crush through chop and crud. The versatile 102mm waist provides enough float on the deep days and remains narrow enough that you can lay it on edge when you're arcing turns down steep groomers. 

A rockered tip and tail allows you smear buttery turns through the powder, while camber underfoot offers excellent stability at speed and edge hold when navigating tight and techy terrain. To keep the weight down on these skis, Atomic used a lightweight poplar woodcore that helps absorb vibrations but is still light and playful when you're squiggling through the trees. In order to increase the stability of the ski, and balance out the powder rocker, Atomic laid carbon inserts in front and behind the binding mounting area. This increases the overall stability of the ski when reaching mach speeds so you don't get that squirrely feeling common to traditionally rockered skis. The Step Down Sidewall construction uses sidewall underfoot for power and stability and cap at the tip and tail to help keep them light and playful. 

  • Powder Rocker (Rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Step Down Sidewall 2.0 construction
  • Lite Woodcore
  • Carbon SPB (Sprocket Power Booster) inserts
  • Traditional sidecut

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  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For those who can't manage 3 skis, one for every condition, this is a great option. And can we pause a minute and just admire the top sheet and base color?? If you are looking for an all mountain ski that will still float on those deeper days I would recommend the Century 102. Solid ski in variable snow conditions, hard pack, or even deeper pow.

Im trying to decide between the 164 and the 172. I'm a 5'5 heavier set woman, advanced intermediate skier looking to start skiing more now that I'm done university. I currently live in eastern Canada but I'm looking to travel out West and to Europe so I'm hoping this ski will be able to do it all. Thanks in advance!

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The longer length will give you more stability at higher speeds, and a little more surface area to keep you afloat in deeper snow... But the shorter length will be more maneuverable!
For a 5'5 advanced intermediate skier, I'd recommend the 164! Unless you're ripping around at mach 10, I think you'll find the shorter length to be more manageable in all conditions!

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Hi Ace! I agree with Laura that the 164 will definitely be more manageable, but if you will be skiing out West and in Europe, searching for deep powder days the 172 might be just what you need in taking your skiing to the next level. Will you have another ski to choose from for variable skis days? If your focus is pushing your skiing to be faster and more aggressive, the 172 length will certainly help you do that. I always lean in the direction of going beyond what you think is possible, but I understand it is a big purchase. Maybe you can demo a pair in the longer length? Best of luck this season. I wish you many powder days on your new skis! Another option would be looking into the Century 109 in a 167 cm length. That would provide the flotability, but stay within a length category that you are completely comfortable with.