The ski of choice for Atomic freeride athletes Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Nick McNutt, Atomic Backland 107 delivers multipurpose freeride touring performance in a wide and lightweight package. At 107mm this is the widest freeride touring ski but is weight optimized for easy climbing thanks to a full-length Carbon Backbone and Ultra Power Woodcore. Powder Rocker and revolutionary HRZN Tech in the tip deliver more surface area for maximum flotation in deep pow. Capable of charging through crud and chop with total confidence, Dura Cap Sidewall allows for smooth and stable handling on harder snow. They pair perfectly with the 100% mohair Atomic MultiFit Skins, for maximum uphill performance. Created for big mountain skiers dropping big lines in big terrain.
- A broad, beveled tip with 10% more surface area for floatation and decreased tip deflection in chop.
- The poplar and caruba woodcore create a balance of low weight and optimum performance.
- An ultra-lightweight carbon insert that runs the length of the ski like a stabilizing backbone.
- Fiberglass layers create a ski that is smooth and stable while remaining lightweight and dynamic.
- Sidewall from base to top sheet for great edge grip, with a rounded shape for increased durability.
- Minimal tail rocker for more edge contact creating better grip and stability.
- A glossy topsheet gives your ski a polished, glassy finish for a super-sleek high-end look.
- Pronounced tip and tail rocker combined with camber underfoot for deep and variable snow.
- A side edge angle of 87° for more intuitive handling, easier skiing and better grip.
- A 1.0° base edge angle for easy turning, excellent edge grip and aggressive tracking.