Elan Wingman 82 Ti vs. Renoun Atlas 80
The Atlas 80 wins this one hands down, though this isn't really a fair fight as the Wingman 82Ti is targeted more towards intermediate skiers. With two sheets of titanal metal (and the VibeStop™ technology), the Renoun Atlas 80 takes the cake for overall stability.
When gently cruising, the Wingman will provide plenty of playfulness and pop with the single sheet of metal and softer flex. However, more advanced skiers might find the Wingman a little lacking and prefer the two sheets of metal and additional flex of the Atlas 80, which will provide a more robust platform for feedback and liveliness.
Being a few millimeters apart, both the Wingman 82Ti and Atlas 80 will be quick in edge-to-edge transitions. They are nearly the same overall dimensions as well.
The Wingman will be better suited for more consistent and manicured terrain. The Atlas 80's more robust platform will inspire more confidence should you venture beyond the groomer trails.
The Wingman is really designed to be an intermediate cruiser ski. Sure, it can carve without issue, but its intended buyer is someone far less aggressive in their boots. Conversely, the Atlas 80 is better suited for advanced / expert skiers who crave both on and off-trail adventure.