The Atomic Men's Backland 107 Alpine Touring Ski is a great choice for skiers who enjoy getting out into the backcountry on deep days and also want a ski that can rip on days spent in the resort. Weighing in at under seven pounds per pair, this set of sticks certainly won't hold you back on pre-dawn ascents or long weekend tours, but their lightweight nature doesn't take one bit of performance out of your hard-earned descents. A generous 107 millimeter waist will keep your tips afloat in powder, and the rockered tip and tail ensure the ski stays playful and easy to maneuver in bottomless snow and groomers alike. And, Atomic's HRZN Tech in the tip boasts 10% more surface area for extra float and a surfy feel without compromising the ski's lightweight nature. The Backland 107 is constructed around a lightweight yet strong wood core that won't weight you down on the ups and keeps the ski damp and smooth on the descents. A full-length carbon insert furthers the downhill capabilities of the Backland by creating a stable, agile ski that's quick and easy from edge to edge. Complete with full sidewalls for torsional stability and better precision through each turn, these skis are ready for you to express yourself on hard-earned, untracked lines.
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