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Atomic Backland 107 Ski - Women

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Calling all hardcore, powder-addicted lady shredders, the ski of your dreams is here! The Atomic Backland 107 Women's ski packs all the punch of the men’s version in a shorter (and dare I say prettier) package for those of us that aren’t nearing 6 feet tall. This ski has the same Ultra Power Woodcore construction to give you all the stomping prowess and straight-lining stability a woman could ask for, and the same HRZN tip design that will keep you floating in even the deepest of fresh snow. Though these skis love to go fast with a stiff tail to keep you stable at mach speeds, they still have enough play and bounce that you may just find yourself whooping with joy as you pop some pillows and slash through the trees with ease and grace. They have a full sidewall construction so don’t be afraid of sharks or ice, these bad ladies can handle anything you throw at them! This ski has the power to plow through all kinds of crud and has the rocker profile and width underfoot to sail through powder like an eagle on the wind. Despite all this power and play, the Backland 107 Women’s is just light enough that you won’t feel slow and heavy on the skin track, making it a great ski to take out to those far off spines you’ve been looking at longingly all year. Grab yourself a pair of Backland 107 Women's skis, drop in and show the boys how it’s done out there!

  • HRZN Tech tip shaping increases flotation in soft snow, and decreases turn deflection in variable conditions.
  • Carbon backbone with Karuba wood provides the right balance of stiffness and responsiveness.
  • Atomic's Powder Rocker profile yields good maneuverability in powder and crud alike.
  • Full sidewall construction makes for a durable ski with solid edge hold.

Update 2021/22: The 107W gets new topsheet graphics, otherwise remains the same.

Update 2022/23: Same great ski with a different topsheet.

Update 2023/24: New graphic on top of the same reliable ski.

Lengths (cm) 159, 167, 175
convert to ounces
1340g [159]
1375g [167]
1520g [175]
Weight (pair) 2680g [159]
2750g [167]
3040g [175]
Sidecut   134-108-121 [159]
135-108-122 [167]
136-107-123 [175]
Turn Radius   14.2m [159]
15.8m [167]
17.5m [175]
Skin Fix   Round tip, roundish tail with rubber protector
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Rockered tip and tail, light camber underfoot
Shape   HRZN Tech tip, medium radius, rounded tail
Construction   HRZN Tech, Carbon Backbone with Ultra Power woodcore
Core   Carbon fiber and Karuba wood
Skimo Co Says
Usage Freeride touring in powder and busting crud
Notes Supportive tail for stabilization at higher speeds
Bottom Line Powder charger made for going fast in deep snow
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Donald W
Greetings - I am a 5'-6", 130# guy skiing Backland 95 and 102 skis, in the 165 cm length with Plum Guides. I would like to get the Backland 107 for men but the shortest is 175 cm. So, undestanding that the ski construction is very similar in both mens'and womens' versions, if I got the womens' 167 cm, how could I determine the correct binding position, reconciling the various geometric differences that are (reportedly) made for womens' skis? I was thinking of the Blizzard Zero G 105's but the width for the 165 ski is actually only 103 and it is hard to justify a new ski for +1 mm underfoot. Likewise, I don't want to buy a set-up that might require multiple remounts, perhaps never to achieve satisfaction. Ultimately, my goal is to increase my chances of skiing through heavy, breakable crusts, like we had in the San Juans this year (and last year for that matter). Any advice?
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Don, this is the same ski as the Men's, just a different color. The mounting position will be printed on the topsheet, they are consistent between the Women's and Men's ski, you shouldn't need to do any special math! Breakable crust is just about the hardest condition to ski of them all, so I can't promise this is the solution. But it's a burlier more predictable ski, so the chances are good!
Answer from Donald W
What do you think about the Blizzard Zero G 105 versus the Backland 107 in terms of performance in crusts? The specs seem similar but I'm thinking that the Blizzard makes up in stiffness what it lost in weight. Any thoughts?
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Question from Geoff
I have personally been on atomics for 2 seasons now and want to get my wife on a pair. We dont do any actual skinning/backcountry skiing, just stick to resorts but she's an advanced/expert skier and wanting something a bit wider than her salomon 98s. Would these skis still do well for just resort skiing with a pair of Marker Griffons on them?(as opposed to some AT bindings)
Thanks for any and all info.
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Geoff, these are certainly a bit lighter than usual for regular resort duty. On fresh days, these will be a fun ski in and out of the resort. However, for periods between snow storms and in variable resort chop, you would be better served with a burlier resort specific ski. But perhaps that's where her skinnier skis come in!
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Question from Thomas O'Harra
I'm looking at this in a 167 for my girlfriend. She's got a pair of Backland 102s in 156, but they are a little too short and floppy. I'm worried that the 107s would be too stiff and charge-y for her (she is an intermediate skier, has a pair of Backland 85s that she loves, but needs a powder ski). They'd be paired with Backland Tour bindings and Hoji PX boots.

Are there any reasons that we should look for a more forgiving ski, or would this ski work as a powder/daily ski for Southcentral AK?
Answer from Emmett I

The Backland is generally a very forgiving, damp ski. I'd say these would make for a great powder/daily driver for an intermediate skier. If you want to go more in-depth shoot us an email at!
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Question from david cleaves
was wondering if the women's ski is the same as the men's just a different color. Thanks please send reply to my email also
Answer from jbo
Hi David, other than available lengths and color, the ski is the same.
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Question from Erin B
Can you verify the weight of the 159cm ski? Thanks!
Answer from Ian C
Hi Erin, apologies that we forgot to upload the specs at that length! I just took an average of the pairs we do have at 1340g (now reflected in the table above).
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Beth (used product regularly)
These delightfully incisive planks have made me incredibly happy this winter. I'm finding them wide enough for deep powder, stiff enough to ski boldly, and lightweight enough to pleasantly surprise on the up track. I feel like I'm getting the performance of a heavier cruiser ski without the weight. Glad I indulged in the fatter size; it doesn't feel fat on the skinner, just on the down. It's performed well in soft and windboard conditions thus far, and we'll see what happens as I venture into more chop and mank. Multiple friends have bought a pair of Backlands after seeing how mine ski and how light they are.
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