Back for a second year in the Atomic's Bent Chetler family, the Men's Bent Chetler 100 Ski carries on its legacy as the nimble and versatile version of its powder hungry bigger sibling. However don't get it twisted, the 100 has enough width to float over deep snow when the storm delivers, while still leaving you with nimble maneuverability when you're ripping groomers and hunting for leftovers. Maintaining the freestyle and freeride inspiration of its namesake this ski is lightweight and playful, thanks to the poplar wood core, and the rockered tip and tail that will keep you afloat in fresh powder. Atomic's HRZN Tech adds even more surface area in tip and tail while maintaining the low swing weight that makes this ski a jibbers dream. Meanwhile just the right amount of camber underfoot balances things out and provide a reliable edge hold on firmer snow so that you can turn to this ski during that annoying high pressure system. To finalize the versatility of this ski full sidewalls add torsional stability and better power transmission through each turn and a high quality sintered base ensures you glide from day one until day 100.
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