2024 ATOMIC MAVERICK 95 TI REVIEW | THE PEOPLE'S SKI TEST

2024 Atomic Maverick 95 TI Video Review

Tech Details

Atomic Maverick 95 TI
Category:
All Mountain
Length Tested: 180
Lengths: 164, 172, 180, 188
Dimensions: 129/94.5/113 @ 180
Radius: 19.3m @ 180
MSRP: $849.99
More Info: atomic.com

Test Notes

The Atomic Maverick 95 TI is a classic anywhere, anytime ski. It felt, and is, extremely light underfoot, lively edge-to-edge, and had an incredibly satisfying edge hold at speed in all types of terrain. It’s a perfect example of a ski that rewards good technique, so as a result, would be an optimal choice for anyone from an intermediate to expert skier who loves exploring every nook and cranny on the mountain. And while it obviously doesn’t contribute to the ski’s performance, I received many a positive comments on the chair regarding its sleek topsheet aesthetics. If this ski were a rock star, it would be Jimi Hendrix all the way—a true maverick in a rock and roll genre. —Patrick Kinghorn

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Pros

  • Light and responsive.
  • Rewards good technique.
  • Incredibly versatile and fun all over the mountain.

Cons

  • Felt a bit narrow in deep powder.
  • Beginner or intermediate skiers may find it too stiff.

What type of terrain is the Atomic Maverick 95 TI best suited for?

Groomers, moguls, trees and steeps.

What type of snow conditions is the Atomic Maverick 95 TI best suited for?

Hard pack, soft groomers, crud, ice and boot-high powder.

What type of skier is the Atomic Maverick 95 TI best suited for?

An upper intermediate to advanced or expert skier who loves skiing the entire mountain.

Patrick Kinghorn

Age: 55 Height: 5’3” Weight: 150 lbs Occupation: School Principal Years Skiing: 40 Preferred Ski Length: 170-175cm Preferred Ski Width: 90-102mm Underfoot Preferred Terrain: Groomers Preferred Conditions: Powd

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Disclaimer

This review was independently done and the views are that of the author.

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