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The era of lady rippers.

The Atomic Women's Millennium Ski is the top-of-the-line pow ski for the ladies. This burly board has a wide-platform 110-millimeter waist and rockered tip and tail for floatation in pow and power through crud. The classic camber underfoot gives you crazy edge grip for precision turning. The V-shaped geometry helps with turn initiation, when you enter the trees or hit the bump line. And the step-down sidewall combines durability with turning power. This ski is not for the faint of heart; but for the hardest-charging women, the super-stable and moderately stiff Millennium will never let you down.

  • Powder Rocker tip and tail rocker with classic camber underfoot
  • Step down sidewall
  • Wood core
  • 110-millimeter waist
  • Large radius sidecut
  • V-shaped geometry

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How does the Millennium compare to the new 2015 Century 109?

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Gijus Van Lieshout ,
The Millennium is 118mm under for the Century 109 in 109mm under foot , they have a similar design , but the Century 109 has Carbon Stringers in it, I would go that route if you are looking for a great all mountain ski , that you will also be skiing powder with. Great Women's Ski!

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The Millennium is 110 underfoot, no? Thought it might be the same or very similar ski, just updated marketing and product name.

Touring Ski!

Touring Ski!

This was taken by my buddy Jared as we traversed a frozen lake in the Uinta mountain range this winter.

Follow Jared on Instagram @utahoutside

Shadow Stalker

Shadow Stalker

I use the Millennium for my dedicated touring setup.
Here's a picture of the shadow of the Millennium.

Hah.... ' shadow of the millennium '
(Sounds like a bad Bruce Willis movie).

At any rate, these sticks are game for a fair bit of hiking and vert gain. Solid throughout the refrozen chunder we skied on the way down.

yep, they rip

yep, they rip

These skis crush it. Sarah got these last year and has since put all her other skis in storage. Perfect one-ski quiver for Little Cottonwood Canyon. Here she is in the 'Ho at Alta. That amazing suit is the Airblaster Freedom suit, ABT0279

5 5

My everyday ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ski the 2012/2013 Millennium and got them after re-learning to ski on a combination of skis (mostly Rossi demos, like s3 and s7). I wanted something a little more confidence inspiring and was instantly in love! I ski them every day in all conditions and while my experience with skis is limited in general I think they pretty much kill it all around! They are great in powder, as expected, and feel stable through crud (no floppy tips!), you can put them on edge, absorb bumps, etc. Overall I am very happy pushing myself on these skis. For reference I am just under 5'5" and 115lbs and ski the 177, probably on the early end of the advanced spectrum, ski most terrain comfortably but my idea of getting air is popping off of a cat track, no cliffs : ) I think a lot of expert/pro level ladies are ripping on these skis, but I would also encourage women who are looking to advance their skill level to give these a try!! Also, I use the Marker F10 AT binding as my only binding, it really is a perfect one-ski setup.

Great touring ski

Great touring ski

While the Century might be smaller and lighter, sometimes you just need more surface area and I'm personally all about going down hill. I'll add a bit of weight going up for better turns coming down.

Touring, Pow, Dawgs...

I use the Millennium for my dedicated touring setup. It's fairly lightweight and paired with Dynafits, I'm LIGHTYEARS happier than those shameful days when I hauled Barons uphill. I try not to reflect on those dark times. Mind you it isn't crazy light, I'm no randonee racer, but it's better than my intro touring setup consisting of Pandoras and Barons.

This is a short clip shot at Powder Mountain last year during a series of legend pre-season October dumpages. The real movie star is my friend's dog, but I have a cameo in there somewhere.
Bottom Line: Great choice for a touring ski - I'm pleased.

Vid Credit: Backcountry employee Dan Finn

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Hey Lexi, Nice video! What size dynafit brake did you use with this ski? I have the Milleniums and am currently trying to figure out if I need the 110 or 130?

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Hey Marisa!
Thanks for watching!
Definitely the 110mm brakes for this ski. You may have to bend them the tiniest bit to accomodate the 110mm waist on the Millennium, but that's no biggie. The 130mm would be a bit on the wide side and may catch or drag when you're skiing around. Have fun out there! Don't hesitate to contact me at ldowdall@backcountry.com if you have more questions.

5 5

A favorite...

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

I love having a "go to" ski. One that you don't really have to think about, if its snowing you know its going to be a fun ride. That is this ski. Super fun in the pow and stable in variable conditions.

I ride the 179cm with the Atomic tracker binding and have found the two to be a good combo. When I first tried this ski I was impressed with the ski's maneuverability. Larger skis can be intimidating because it is a lot of ski to get around. However, the Millennium is surprisingly easy to ski and has no problem floating in the pow. Because of the rocker I would urge buyers to go a titch longer than you usually would and maintain the standard mount to get the full use of the ski's camber.

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Kristin, how tall are you?

5 5

All around pow ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have skied this ski for the past two seasons almost every pow day I've had. Their wide enough to ride all the time time although sometimes on the west coast I would prefer wider, these still do the trick. That makes them a very versatile ski for different conditions and an easy choice when going on a ski trip. I have mounted the Atomic Tracker binding on them for touring and ski them in a 179 and I'm 5'2", but I like to ski a bigger ski than most my size. I also have a pair mounted with Atomic Sth2 binding and ski them on the resort as well. Love the ski and it's consistency. A bit more on the stiff side than K2's for example which I really like. I don't need nor do I want less of a ski as a women's ski and the Millennium really delivers that performance that I want and need. I feel really stable on these skis going fas and love them...hence why I've skied on them for the past two years.

4 5

Great touring option!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've got my Millenniums set up with a pair of Dynafits. I was concerned they may be too heavy to tour, but not so - they are fairly lightweight.

I went with the 169cm length, they are a bit on the short side, but it's worth it since I have to haul these babies uphill. They deliver in powder, I think it's a fun, surfy feel. I've tried them a few times on groomers and they don't disappoint, but this ski is really intended to be my dedicated touring setup.

They did manage through crud, but definitely not as damp as my Moment Bellas. (They are pounds lighter though - so I think that's a fair trade-off).

All in all this is a great one-quiver kind of tool for gals out west.
It's reliable, fun in powder and versatile.

New 13-14 Atomic Millenium

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which bindings would you recommend putting on these for touring?
what were the ones in the video?

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Hi Kelsey! The bindings in the video are the Atomic Tracker (13 din), which I've used for a few seasons on the Millenium (the link below is for the 16 din binding, but 13 din would probably be sufficient for most female skiers): http://www.backcountry.com/atomic-tracker-16-alpine-touring-binding?ti=UExQIENhdDpBbHBpbmUgVG91cmluZzo0OjE

The Tracker is a solid, alpine-style binding with touring capabilities. It will perform really well on touring days, but also skis solidly if you take them in the ski area or if you're making big descents/hitting airs in the backcountry. If you're looking for a light, touring specific binding that you won't be taking into resorts often or pushing to its limits, I'd look into the Dynafit Radicals. You'll save some weight, which can be nice for the hip flexors. I'd suggest the Tracker/Millenium combo for a one-quiver set-up that you can take anywhere to ski anything...long backcountry missions, short out-of-bounds hikes, in area skiing, etc...You'll be stoked. The Milleniums won't disappoint.

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Hey Molly, I'm looking for a solid all terrain/conditions ski and came across the millenniums and they look great! I was wondering how they do in the wet/heavy snow of the pacific northwest? I'm living in Girdwood, AK this winter and want to be prepared for a sweet ski to rip the groomers, powder, and chop. I'm a Telemark skier though, do you think they would be just as good with a tele set up? I have also been looking at the Nordica La nina's and they seem to be right up my alley too, have you skied those by chance? Thanks for your time lady, you rip by the way! :)

Jen

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Hi Jen!
I feel like a jerk! Just saw your comment. Maybe you waited to get a pair of skis for the season to shape up? Hope spring is looking promising up in Girdwood. To answer your questions, I think the Millennium would work great as a tele ski. I haven't skied the La Nina's, but I know the Millennium performs everywhere and certainly has enough girth to rip the PNW snow. I am based at Mt. Baker and regularly ski the Millennium on deep, heavy, wet days. The Millennium is all I really ski these days, so I've used it in all types of conditions. Let me know if you have any more questions and hopefully someday we'll get to make some turns together!

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Hi Molly, awesome video!

A couple questions-- I'm hoping to put together my first touring setup. I want it to be versatile so that I can ski it on deep days at the resort, but mostly tour. The Tracker seems a little on the heavy side-- what would you think about the Millennium and Marker F10s? Also, I'm in Colorado and wonder if the Millennium would be overkill for our generally light snow. Would I be better off on the Century? I LOOOVE my Elysians.

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You'll love the Millenniums for Colorado snow! Definitely not overkill. As for bindings, I'd recommend going really light, like a Dynafit, but if you don't have a tech boot, then try something like the F10 if the Tracker seems too heavy. I don't have any experience with any binding on the Millennium other than the Tracker and Dynafit (for shorter days and one for long, major vert days). Either way, you'll love the Millennium and then when you spring on a trip to Japan, Revelstoke, or Mt. Baker someday you'll have a pair of skis that love the pow! Enjoy the rest of your season.

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One last question, Molly! I'm 5'6" and about 125 lbs. I'm a strong skier but not doing any airs or cliffs or anything. I ski my Elysians at 168 cm; what length would you recommend for the Millennium? I'm thinking about the 177 cm but it's freaking me out.

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Hi Kelsey! If you're a strong skier and looking for a ski that will really rip in the pow, I'd go with the longer 177. With the rocker of course they'll ski a bit shorter and I'd worry that you'd over ski the 169, especially on deep pow days. I am 5'8" and 140 lbs., so a bit bigger than you, but I am sure you know how to turn a ski! You'd probably have a lot of fun on the 177. Just let em run! Good luck girl. Enjoy the rest of the season.