This article is part of The Showroom—a curated selection of gear presented by some of FREESKIER’s favorite brand partners. Here is a closer look at the latest from Atomic.
Backland 107 W – $900
The Backland 107 W is Atomic’s widest women’s freeride touring ski and remains super light with a full-length Carbon Backbone and Ultra-Light Woodcore. The Powder Rocker profile and HRZN tech deliver more surface area for maximum float in deep snow while the Dura Cap Sidewall lends stability on harder snow and chop.
Maverick 95 Ti – $850
The Maverick 95 Ti is constructed with only essential materials such as precision-milled poplar wood, lightweight fiberglass and Titanal layers, along with an Omatic Core that produces the ultimate balance of stiffness and flex throughout the length of the ski. The Flow Profile with HRZN Tech design creates a ski that hooks up on hardpack and floats through fresh snow.
Bent 90 – $600
The Bent 90 is the ideal all-mountain and park ski with HRZN Tech tip and tail, allowing it to float through pow laps in the morning and send booters in the afternoon. A Light Woodcore keeps the weight down and the performance high, while the Resist Edge provides durability for endless rail slides.
Bent 100 – $725
This all-mountain weapon features HRZN Tech in the tip and tail for increased surface area and float, as well as a light wood core and generous Powder Rocker for slashing and slarving the entire mountain. Finally, the Dura Cap Sidewall offers controlled power transmission and commanding edge grip on harder snow surfaces.
Bent 110 – $850
The best of both worlds, the Bent 110 is the ultimate backcountry freestyle ski but also charges lift-served pow laps with ease. It’s constructed with a Light Woodcore and slightly less tail rocker than the 120 but retains the HRZN Tech in both tip and tail for a playful performance and better float through blower snow without adding bulk to the ski.
Bent Chetler 120 – $975
The Bent Chetler 120 is an award-winning, pillow-bashing, powder-slashing ski legend. Dura Cap Sidewall combines with Atomic’s revolutionary HRZN Tech to offer more surface area in the tip and tail and better tracking through crud with less tip deflection. The Light Woodcore shaves weight while the Carbon Backbone adds strength and stiffness.