Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski

Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski
Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski
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Backland FR 117 Ski by Atomic
The test results came back negative--there's no such thing as too much powder when you have the Atomic Backland FR 117 Ski. This freeride powder charger features Atomic's HRZN Tech ABS sidewall construction, which includes a horizontal rocker to add more surface area to the tip for enhanced flotation, reduced tip deflection, and overall better performance when you're in the deep stuff. Not to mention, the 117mm waist is just begging for a good pow slash.The Backland strikes a stunning performance-to-weight ratio for resort or backcountry use. A poplar wood core keeps the ski light enough for quick tours and backside laps, while the carbon backbone ensures agility and edge hold when you're cranking speeds down big mountains. Atomic made this ski with freeriding professionals Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dana Flahr, so you know it can handle speedy descents down AK spines.

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SKU: ATO009O
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