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  • Atomic Backland 107 Skis 2021 | Alpine Touring

Atomic Backland 107 Skis 2021 | Alpine Touring

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$850.00

$699.00

Description

Atomic’s Backland series of skis are designed to be light and proficient in the backcountry, hence the name. The new Backland 107 skis are a testament to this given their 3,110-gram weight and 107mm waist. With a rocker / camber / rocker profile, they’re made to ski powder and the HRZN Tech Tip, Ultra Power Woodcore and Carbon Backbone keep them lightweight for the up-track. Camber helps performance on groomed runs.

Details

  • Sidecut. 137-107-124. in 182
  • Full Sidewall
  • Ultra Power Wood core
  • Carbon Backbone
  • HRZN Tech Tip
  • Directional Shape
  • Powder Rocker 20/70/10
  • Glossy Top sheet
  • Core: Karuba/Poplar + Carbon Stringers + Fibreglass Laminate
  • Base: Sintered

Best for & Options

Everyday adventures into whatever backcountry is around you finding the best snow and being able to ski well in less than perfect snow. Having your best day this year in knee deep powder.

Salomon / Atomic Shift 13 MNC: The World's first full DIN compatible pin binding. Perfect for alpine touring with lightweight construction and pin compatibility for the ascent. Full heal and toe release with a wide platform provide all the performance and safety of an alpine binding.

Marker Duke 16 PT: Marker's first full DIN compatible pin binding. Engineering the downhill performance of their Royal Family Line, like the famous Jester, into a pin compatible binding for ascents. Hard charging freeride capability whether at the resort or in the backcountry.

Other Accessories:

Pomoca ClimbPro S-Glide: The premiere alpine touring skin from the most trusted name in ski skins. Effortless glide, unmatched grip, and durability for your longest tours.

Check out our Alpine Touring boots to complete your dream set up!

Any questions? Contact us and our team of experts will help you out!

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