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Atomic Backland 102 Skis - Women's 2020

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Atomic Backland 102 Skis - Women's 2020

When the snow is falling and you're feeling like riding, take the Backland 102 Skis from Atomic out for a spin. Versatile, durable and reliable in any terrain, these do-it-all skis have the float for powder and the agility for tree lines so that you never feel boxed in on the mountain. Take them to the backcountry in the morning and shred the resort in the afternoon to see how the Backland's thrive anywhere that snow touches. Snappy, sporty and low-maintenance, the Backland 102 Skis are your go-to for a fun season.


Base: Atomic Base is durable, fast and low-maintenance for a simple, fun experience anywhere on the mountain
Binding Compatibility: We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
Core Material: Light Woodcore optimizes weight while maintaining impact support and stability
Edge: Atomic Edges provide incredible strength, durability and edge grip due to the use of a reinforced steel
Laminate: Carbon Backbone ultralight insert provides additional stability without sacrificing agility or edgehold
Rocker: Powder Rocker with 70% Camber in the center, 20% Tip Rocker, and 10% Tail Rocker
Sidewalls: Cap Sidewall provides excellent power transmission and edge hold due to full sidewall under bindings
Topsheet: Atomic Topsheets provide lightweight durability, ready to take on all terrains




Often called one-quiver skis, all-mountain models are for skiers who consider the entire mountain their playground. They’re typically designed to be capable on and off the trail—on groomers, in powder, and helping you adapt in variable conditions—but they’re not experts in any one terrain. The name is a catch-all, though, and can be misleading, because there isn’t just one type of all-mountain ski. Some all-mountain skis are more carve-oriented models, while others are friendlier versions of big-mountain freeride skis, and they may feature traditional camber or rocker profiles or a blend of the two. The key is determining what type of skiing you do most and then you’ll be in the best position to choose your ideal daily driver.

All-mountain models typically feature waist widths between 90mm and 105mm (with narrower waists performing better in hard snow) and medium sidecut with a turn radii somewhere between 16m and 20m (with shorter radii making quicker turns easier).
Reducing weight is a primary concern when it comes to backcountry touring skis (also known as alpine touring, ski mountaineering, or randonee skis). Touring skis feature attachment points at the tip and tail for your climbing skins and, while these skis may range from ultralight models to ones similar to all-mountain or freeride skis, most models share the same focus on lightweight materials to make them more manageable during ascents. But the weight-savings comes at a cost—touring skis may not be as chatter-resistant at speed or in hard snow, and some models are more susceptible to damage than traditional resort skis are.

Touring skis range from skinny and ultralight (to make the ascent easier) to all-mountain-inspired models able to handle the variable terrain you might encounter on the descent. Determine what style of backcountry touring you do most and you’ll be better suited to finding the right width and style of ski.
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