From Jackson to Lhotse, Denali to Mount Vinson, women have put up some of the biggest ski mountaineering lines on the planet. However, even these steely-eyed crushers had to start their backcountry exploits somewhere. The Atomic Backland Girl is an all-mountain ski for intermediate skiers looking to have fun on and off-piste. A Densolite foam core facilitates a light and vibration-proof ski feel, coupled with a wide footprint to encourage flotation in soft snow without sacrificing stability on the groomers. These skis also feature tip and tail rocker plus generous camber to enable smooth, easy-going turns on any assortment of terrain. Meanwhile, dura cap sidewalls are rounded from base to topsheet in order to deflect rocks and other snowbound hazards. Compatible with alpine, hybrid, or touring-specific bindings, the Atomic Backland Girl is stable and responsive, yet powerful enough for skiers aged 5-12 looking to push their abilities to wherever they can dream up next. The biggest challenge will be their parents trying to keep up!
- All-mountain rocker profile lends itself to a variety of different snow types and skiing styles.
- Medium waist width with tip and tails is at home on groomers and powder meadows alike.
- Scratchproof structured topsheet holds up to wayward pole tips.
- 110-130cm lengths intended for skiers aged 5-9; 140-150cm ages 10-12.
|Lengths (cm)||110, 120, 130, 140, 150|
||950g [110, 120, 130]
1250g [140, 150]
|Weight (pair)||1900g [110, 120, 130]
||Round tip and tail|
||All-mountain rocker, camber, tail rocker|
||Rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot|
||Densolite core, dura cap sidewall|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Get the kids out backcountry skiing|
|Notes||Wavey purple topsheet for the fashion-conscious|
|Bottom Line||Accessible and versatile girls' ski|
|Compare to other Kid's Skis|
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