10 years of the Atomic Bent Chetler

by Atomic
Sep 21st - 1.8K 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: The 100: The Mini: Subscribe: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Atomic: 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


by twoowtskis
Sep 19th - 612 views

TWOOWT СРОСТ - ТРЕЙЛЕР Produced by TWOOWT Fam Directed by Dmitriy Makrushin and Boris Gaisner Skiing by Vadim Rudakov, Alexander Penderev and Dmitriy Makrushin Shooting locations Novosibirsk, Divnogorsk, Akademgorodok, Moscow, Polyarnye Zori, Kirovsk Principal cinematography by Boris Gaisner Additional cinematography by Alexander Penderev and Vladimir Melekhin Editing by Boris Gaisner and Dmitriy Makrushin Original score by DJ Shadow and DJ Krush #фильмСРОСТ #twoowtskis #twoowtfam #newschoolers GET SOCIAL!

Ask Hoji Anything

by 4FRNT
Sep 18th - 449 views

We connected LIVE with team rider and ski legend Eric Hjorleifson (@eric_hjorleifson) to answer questions that 4FRNT followers had for him. Check out the recorded version here!

Whistler 2018

by Pdogonthacut
Sep 13th - 247 views

A cut I filmed and edited from my recent trip to Whistler, BC, Canada. Skiers: Justin Lueders, Austin Knuth, Ian Ward, Max Siudak and Zachary Ferry. Thanks to Momentum…

Cast Freetour

by Cast
Sep 3rd - 2.8K views

THE binding setup that allows you to ski wherever you want, safely and confidently. Ski park, sled ski, tour big missions, session backcountry jumps. The only uncompromised binding system in the game. Available now for direct order at

How To Tamedog

by SkiAddiction
Sep 1st - 1K views While the name Tamedog comes from a snowboarders front flip, as skiers we have taken it and transformed it into it's own beast! Don't get confused, this is not the same as a Frontflip so read on, learn about the Tamedog and get it under control today so you can stomp it tomorrow. FILMED AT: Whistler Bounce Acrobatic Academy: Whistler Blackcomb: FULL BLOG: Read the full blog here: LIKE OUR GEAR? Go to to get it for yourself! FOLLOW US: Facebook: Instagram:

Kendall Goodman - Hot Riding

by k3ndall.g
Aug 30th - 515 views

A compilation of my shots from the #HotRiders 2018 season. Much love to all the homies who made this year a banger, and special thanks to my coach Nick Greener. Filmed on location in the US, Canada, New Zealand, and Austria. As always, big thanks to K2 skis, Kuhl, LeBent, Panda Poles, and Oakley for making this season possible. Thanks for watching!

How To Lipslide

by SkiAddiction
Aug 25th - 425 views In this tutorial, we are teaching you how to Lipslide those rails. While this is considered a fairly basic jib trick on skis, because your tails have to go over the feature the Lipslide can be a difficult trick to learn. Use the tips in this tutorial to learn the Lipslide, so you're stomping them next time you're in the park. FILMED AT: Whistler Blackcomb: FULL BLOG: Read the full blog here: LIKE OUR GEAR? Go to to get it for yourself!

Season 17/18

by elias.paldan
Aug 12th - 1.2K views

Had a pretty turbulent season, with quite a bit of injuries. Although I'm stoked that I was able to put together a short season recap! Locations: Vans Penken…

Hitting Your First Box

by SkiAddiction
Aug 1st - 253 views Sliding rails is a massive part of freestyle skiing! However, before learning to slide rails make sure you're able to confidently hit small jumps, do Shifties and spin small 180s. Once you've got those skills dialled, it's time to hit your first box! Use the tips in this tutorial and start sliding those boxes like a champ! FILMED AT: Whistler Bounce Acrobatic Academy: Whistler Blackcomb: FULL BLOG: Read the full blog here:

How To Switch Cork 540

by SkiAddiction
Jul 28th - 602 views Switch Cork 540s are a fun way to get truly corked for the first time! Instead of being on a flippy Switch Rodeo axis or being perfectly upright with a Switch 540, the Switch Cork 5 allows you to get slightly inverted to maximize style. Learn it now with Dean's 5 step formula! FILMED AT: Whistler Bounce Acrobatic Academy: Whistler Blackcomb: FULL BLOG: Read the full blog here:

These Man's Needs A BEER

by Spitfyre94
Jul 14th - 467 views

Beer, Beer, Beer. You are too good to me and my friends. I'm sorry we always empty you and your fun but that's why we have stores full of you. Because your relatively easy to produce and expendable. There are many of your kind, yet there is nothing like you. I hope to see you soon. Love the boys.

Skierjon - Lines Only

by Skier-Jon
Jul 10th - 3.4K views

Consistency is key. Starting to sort out my season edit and thought this would be a fun little side project to quickly throw together to showcase a different aspect of skiing!

How To Switch Rodeo 900

by SkiAddiction
Jul 1st - 587 views When it comes to Switch tricks, there are many opinions thrown around and inconsistencies with naming. The comparison has been made between Misty and Switch Rodeo and although they have similarities, a Switch Rodeo 9 is a smidge on the flippier side. In this tutorial, we are de-bunking the Switch Rodeo 900 and showing you how you can learn it on the tramp so you can confidently take it to the snow. FILMED AT: Airhouse: FULL BLOG: Read the full blog here:

Jake Little 17/18 Season Edit

by J_skis
Jun 28th - 3.6K views

"My winter segment from this year is live online. Lots of ups and downs went into making this happen. From learning how to snowmobile, going broke over and over again and having one of my best childhood friends living on the floor in my room it was nothing short of insane. To everyone that helped shovel, helped film, helped provide stoke, helped teach me how to sled (and get it unstuck) I can’t thank you enough. Wouldn’t trade any of it for the world. Also, I want to personally thank Jason Levinthal and J skis for believing in me. Nothing short of a dream come true. And lastly the biggest thank you to my brotha Bobby Stevenson for filming this year, editing this and posting it online for me while I’m up fishing in AK. See ya next winter! Cheers, Jake" Supported by: J skis Daymaker Touring Giro Film: Bobby Stevenson Mattias Evangelista Colby Mesick Kyle Petershagen Edit: Bobby Stevenson Music: "Waves With No Shores" by Ash Code "Vacation" by Flatbush Zombies Feat. Joey Bada$$ Jake's skis: The Friend = The Metal =

Move on Up

by 860media*
Jun 22nd - 1.2K views

Fresh off our trip from Mount Hood, the boiz headed back to home turf for Carinthia's annual Peace Pipe jam. With more than average snowfall this season they had a ton of snow leftover and plenty of rails to jump around on. Check out the action and keep those eyes peeled for more content coming your way!

How To Bio 540 On Skis

by SkiAddiction
Jun 16th - 1.9K views It’s common to confuse a Bio 540 with a Misty 540. The difference between them is that one is an off-axis trick while the other is non-inverted spin. In a Bio 5, your head and shoulders are above your hips at all time, whereas in a Misty 5 they are perfectly aligned at horizontal. That's just the first tip in this How To Bio 540 tutorial. Keep reading for the full progression to learn this trick on the tramp with Tramp Skis, so you can confidently take it to the mountain! FILMED AT: Whistler Bounce Acrobatic Academy: FULL BLOG: Read the full blog here: LIKE OUR GEAR? Go to to get it for yourself!