“This ski is super stable with a big sweet spot,” Minneci said of the Millennium. “It rocks all-mountain conditions.” Testers gave the twin tip high scores for both stability and powder performance, while giving it lower marks for versatility. Gleich called it “a powder beast that favors big radius turns and can handle some heat.” The Millennium (at 110 millimeters underfoot) has substantial rocker in the tip and tail, which are also skin-compatible. Atomic’s Step Down sidewall construction includes sidewalls in the binding area to absorb shock and increase edge grip combined with cap construction in the tip and tail area for better steering. “There’s not a lot of power, but it’s easy to handle,” Rodman said. “It’s a stable, big mountain ski for a range of abilities.”