Atomic Backland 100 Alpine Touring Ski

Atomic Backland 100 Alpine Touring Ski
Atomic Backland 100 Alpine Touring Ski
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Backland 100 Alpine Touring Ski by Atomic
Atomic's Backland series of backcountry skis balances uphill-friendly lightness with downhill-friendly rowdiness, and the Backland 100 Ski is the most versatile option for those wanting one ski to ride firmer and softer snow with equal prowess. The Backland's built out of an ultralight wood core with a carbon backbone inserted for greater stiffness without much weight. Atomic shaped it with rocker in the tip and tail for a playful performance in powder, and there's plenty of camber underfoot to initiate solid edge-to-edge when you're cruising down firmer snow. Full sidewalls enhance torsional stiffness and add easy-to-tune longevity for many seasons to come.

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