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Atomic Vantage 97 C

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I'm wondering if anyone has tried these skis out really as I'm interested in a pair... my main concern is the flex on them as I'm a big guy. Around 6'3" (1,91m) and 240ish pounds. I've been using 2016's Salomon Rocker 2 100 at 186 cm length skis for the past few years which from my research is a fairly stiff ski but the more I've ventured off piste the less forgiving I've found them. It's manageable but they seem to take a lot out of me. Long story short I'm looking for something more "user friendly" and also lighter as my old ones weigh more that 2kg a piece without bindings and I'm really looking for something I can put a touring binding on (most likely a frame binding). Anyone have any insight in the Vantage 97 C's by any chance?

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