Newschoolers' Quick Review:
The funny thing about the Bentchetler 100 is that it is almost wholly unlike its larger sibling. You'd expect a soft-ish, playful midfat ski, given that the 120 is such a jibby powder tool but in fact, the 100 is a fairly directional, fairly stiff inbounds mixed conditions oriented of ski, not really aimed at jibbing at all. The rocker profile, flex and sidecut are all directional, with the recommended mount back at -7cm. They are lightweight and the price point is pretty impressive but they do come with a slightly 'Infamous-y' (fragile) feel as a result. I enjoyed skiing around the mountain on them at the demo I tried them at but these didn't strike me as a ski for the average NS member, perhaps more for their dads... - Twig
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. The 100 is 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.
Sizes: 164, 172, 180, 188
Dimensions: 129.5 / 100 / 120
Radius: 19.5 @ 180
Prices: Atomic Bent Chetler 100