Atomic Skis Bent Chetler 100 - 2021


  • $598.00

Don't let the conditions tell you how to ride, the 2021 Atomic Bent Chetler 100 Skis are ready regardless of the weather. With a Powder Rocker Profile you know they're ready for deep days, especially when the HRZN Tip & Tail technology puts more ski in contact with the snow for even more effortless float without unneeded weight or length. Not that there was much weight, to begin with, thanks to a Light Woodcore backed by Dura Cap Sidewalls and a Structured topsheet all working in tandem to give you the support and response you need without adding weight. In fact, these skis are so responsive that you'll want to ride them on groomers too, which is why there's still plenty of traditional camber to help you carve happy even on hardpack.

  • Powder Rocker profile is backcountry-focused traditional camber giving you plenty of power and effortless float
  • HRZN Tech Tip & Tail design puts 10% more of the ski in contact with the snow, increasing float without adding weight or drag
  • Designed in collaboration with Atomic pro skier Chris Benchelter
  • Profile: Rocker/Camber Hybrid
  • Waist Width: 100
  • Bindings Included: Not Included
  • Design: Freeride
  • Ski Dimensions: 129.5/100/120
  • Turn Radius: 19.5m (size 180)
  • Rockered nose helps keep the tips up even when riding the softest powder
  • More mellow rockered tail helps you find agility more easily while smoothing turn entry and exit
  • 70% of the ski’s length is traditional camber, giving you plenty of power for carving and essential edge-hold for precision control
  • Dura Cap Sidewall provides full-length sidewalls for consistent flex and durability while still reducing weight
  • Light Woodcore uses full-length Poplar laminates to give you a durably smooth ride with proven performance
  • Directional Shape keeps the tail in contact with the snow, improving control in all conditions
  • Structured Topsheet does more than just look cool, it actively helps to control the flex and shape of the ski
  • Bindings must be mounted and adjusted by a certified ski technician before use

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