Atomic Backland 107 Skis - Men's - 2021/2022

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Created for big-mountain skiers dropping big lines in big terrain, the Atomic Backland 107 skis offer multipurpose backcountry performance in a wide and lightweight package.

  • Features

    • At 107 mm underfoot, these are some of the widest freeride touring skis, but they're still superlight thanks to full-length Carbon Backbone and Ultra Power Woodcore
    • Made from poplar and caruba wood, the Ultra-Light Woodcore keeps weight to a minimum for an advantage while skinning uphill
    • Carbon Backbone is an ultralightweight, stabilizing carbon insert that runs the length of each ski to provide exceptional agility and edge hold with minimal extra weight
    • HRZN Tech Tip adds 10% more surface area at the tips for better flotation in powder, plus less tip deflection and better tracking through chop
    • Dura Cap Sidewall construction features sidewall from base to topsheet for controlled power transmission and great edge grip
    • Powder Rocker profile features 20% rocker in the tips, 70% camber underfoot and 10% rocker in the tails
    • Minimal rocker in the tails allows the edges to remain in contact with the snow for better stability and grip
    • Directional shape
    • Glossy topsheets

    Imported.

    If you have questions regarding ski sizing, please visit a sales specialist at your local REI or contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Ski Terrain

    Backcountry

    Waist Width

    107 millimeters

    Ski Camber

    Tip and Tail Rocker

    Tail Type

    Partial Twin

    Core

    Ultra-Lite woodcore

    Bindings Included

    No

    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Bindings Not Included

    Gender

    Men's

    Weight (Pair)

    6 lbs. 13.3 oz.

    Sustainability

    Contains recycled materials

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