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The fattest ski in Atomic's all-mountain women's lineup, the Elysian Ski is a frontside to backside beauty with an appetite for powder lines and groomers alike. A mid-fat 95mm waist makes the Elysian ready for bobbing in and out of the champagne or floating over the crud without being bulky and burdensome, and ready for carving up those blue cruisers at mach speed. Part of Atomic's all-mountain Vantage series, the Elysian features an All Mountain Rocker profile, giving you rocker at the tip and tail for easy float and intuitive turn initiation; camber underfoot lets you lay it over at speed and gives you powerful and stable edge control even on hardpack or ice.

A step-down sidewall construction gives it durability and powerful edge grip, a wood core gives it enduring strength and feel, and a full-length carbon backbone gives the ski pop for optimal agility. Twin Progressive Sidecut means there is a bigger radius at the tip and a smaller one at the tail for easier turn initiation and optimum grip out of turns. This ski's sweet spot on the mountain covers a lot of ground, as in nearly all of it.

  • All Mountain Rocker profile
  • Step Down Sidewall construction
  • Wood core
  • Carbon Backbone
  • 95mm waist
  • Twin Progressive Sidecut
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Greatest All Mountain Ski!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These skis are badass! I have always been a big fan of Atomic, and these skis have only increased my loyalty to them. They shred through EVERYTHING, pow, crud, ice. I'm 5'5 and ride the 168 and I have never had so much fun on a pair of skis. They are a solid all mountain buy.



I've mounted them up with the Atomic STH2 13 WTR Ski Binding (Item: ATO001D) and this set up has been super light weight. The all mountain rocker has proven to be a lot of fun. The skis handle great in the soft stuff, blast through moguls, and are super fun to take in the trees. Super easy to turn and very responsive.



I would recommend these skis to any ladies looking to get out there, improve their riding, and dominate the mountain.



Greatest All Mountain Ski!
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I am 5'2' and 115 lbs, for this ski, or one very similar, what size would you recommend. I always have a hard time when there's such large jumps between sizes. My other pairs are a variety of sizes. I would be using this ski as some what of an all mountain ski for CO but almost all off piste in some powder, trees and such. I am am aggressive skier, but have knee problems the past couple seasons.