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10 years of the Atomic Bent Chetler

by Atomic
Sep 2018 - 2.2K views

In the last 10 years Chris has redefined what’s possible in the backcountry with the help of his pro model. And he not only contributes by giving his skis his own graphics and style but also came up with the idea of HRZN Tech and this ultimate powder design. Year by year he comes back to the Atomic R&D team and together they further develop and fine-tune every little detail to make the best powder ski even better. It's time to celebrate and how does a legend live on? One way: offspring. That’s why the Bent Chetler family is getting bigger. With two new shapes, skiers can ride Bent Chetler from grom to grown-up. Meet the son – the Mini. The perfect size and shape ski for young rippers with a taste for the fluffy stuff. A ski that makes the mountain feel like a big, incredible playground. The 100 – a do-anything, go-anywhere, one-ski-quiver, totally prepped for taking it wherever you want to go. The everyday ski that brings the whole mountain to life. You know dad – the 120. The visionary ski that sparked it all. It flies, it butters, it slashes and it carves new lines where none were before. With the wisdom of a mountain veteran and the speed and power of a well-oiled machine, the 120 brings float and fun on the deepest days. This is the family, and they call the mountains home. The 120: https://shop.atomic.com/en/products/b... The 100: https://shop.atomic.com/de-at/product... The Mini: https://shop.atomic.com/de-at/kids/al... Subscribe: https://goo.gl/EF18mS Facebook: https://goo.gl/Vzag1z Instagram: http://instagram.com/atomicski Twitter: https://twitter.com/atomic Atomic: www.atomic.com ATOMIC WAS BORN IN THE AUSTRIAN ALPS. MORE THAN 60 YEARS ON WE’RE STILL HERE. Since 1955, the equipment we’ve made in Altenmarkt has taken skiers to the top of every ski podium, further in the backcountry, smoother down the piste, higher in the half pipe and longer on the cross-country track. The secret to our success? The know-how and passion of our employees and athletes. Skiing’s in our blood. It doesn’t just shape how we design and deliver our products. It inspires and defines us. It always has and always will. #weareskiing

ATOMIC AIRTIME | Andreas, Nicky, Jossi, Beau, Jackson and Elias | 18.03.14

by Atomic
Mar 2014 - 3.2K views

Skiing for the love of it; Jossi Wells, Beau-James Wells, Elias Ambühl and Andreas Håtveit left the hectic schedule and stress of the Olympics behind to join Nicky Keefer and Jackson Wells for a week long session at the epic Absolute Park of Flachauwinkl. With the sun shining and a perfect jump at their disposal, the boys had a radical time simply shredding together with absolutely no pressure and laid down some bangers in the process.

Atomic AIRTIME | Tim and Sage | 14.01.14

by Atomic
Feb 2014 - 819 views

Sometimes the wait pays off. Challenging snow and weather conditions greeted Tim Durtschi and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa when they arrived in Les Arcs this January. The legendary Red Bull Linecatcher was unfortunately cancelled due to lack of snow on the venue and troublesome weather forecasts. Undeterred they went shredding together in white-out and dust on crust, making the most of their time in France. On the third day the sun luckily popped out for a few hours! They discovered pockets of fresh deep powder and sessioned epic jumps until the end of the day.

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ATOMIC AIRTIME | Andreas, Nicky, Jossi, Beau, Jackson and Elias | 18.03.14

by Atomic
Mar 2014 - 3.2K views

Skiing for the love of it; Jossi Wells, Beau-James Wells, Elias Ambühl and Andreas Håtveit left the hectic schedule and stress of the Olympics behind to join Nicky Keefer and Jackson Wells for a week long session at the epic Absolute Park of Flachauwinkl. With the sun shining and a perfect jump at their disposal, the boys had a radical time simply shredding together with absolutely no pressure and laid down some bangers in the process.

Atomic Airtime: JOI 2013 Qualification

by Atomic
Apr 2013 - 3.9K views

Austrian wunderkind Luca Tribondeau just qualified in 1st place at the Jon Olsson Invitational Big Air in Åre, Sweden. The sixteen year old sent triple cork 1440 after triple cork 1440 deep into the landing, stomping it every time and going far bigger than anyone else. Finals are on tomorrow, but in the mean time, check out this awesome edit with all the highlights from the JOI qualifiers.

Atomic Airtime: Andreas Håtveit surprised about judging

by Atomic
Jan 2013 - 1.4K views

Andreas Håtveit was definitely the most confused competitor of the day, after landing a super solid first run he was given a very low score, leaving him in an unsafe 6th position after the first runs. He essentially put down the same run in the second round - including creative rails and a bunch of dubs - and was given a score of 91.33, almost 20 points higher than his first run