Atomic Backland FR 102 Ski

Atomic Backland FR 102 Ski
Atomic Backland FR 102 Ski
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Backland FR 102 Ski by Atomic
The Backland FR is Atomic's collection of freeride powder chargers, and the Backland FR 102 Ski is the collection's slimmest selection for an equal balance between soft snow and hardpack. Its Step Down sidewall construction ensures stability on icy terrain, yet remains light for popping out of powder with ease, and it ensures long-lasting durability because you can't get a new ski every year.The Backland FR strikes a stunning performance-to-weight ratio for resort or backcountry use. A poplar wood core keeps the ski light enough for quick tours, while the carbon backbone ensures a light and agile feel when you're cranking high-speed turns down big mountains. Atomic made this ski with input from Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dana Flahr, so you know it can handle speedy descents down big lines.

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SKU: ATO009Q
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