Dew Tour 2012 Snowbasin Day 2

by Atomic
Feb 2012 - 453 views

The Atomic team had a chance to chill in Ogden and meet with some of the crew that work at the Atomic North America headquarters. The next day was game day as Jossi and Mike went all out to qualify for the Dew Tour Superpipe finals in Snowbasin.

Dew Tour 2012 Snowbasin Day 2

by Atomic
Feb 2012 - 253 views

The Atomic team had a chance to chill in Ogden and meet with some of the crew that work at the Atomic North America headquarters. The next day was game day as Jossi and Mike went all out to qualify for the Dew Tour Superpipe finals in Snowbasin.

Mammoth US Freeskiing Grand Prix Weather Day

by Atomic
Mar 2012 - 263 views

The curse of the disagreeable weather continues. High winds and snowy weather have cancelled the first day of training as well as the first qualification day in Mammoth for the US Freeskiing Grand Prix. So Jossi Kills some time. Hopefully the weather clears soon!

Mammoth US Freeskiing Grand Prix 2nd Weather Day

by Atomic
Mar 2012 - 436 views

The curse of the disagreeable weather continues. AGAIN. Competition was postponed again for the 2nd day in a row in Mammoth for the US Freeskiing Grand Prix. So Beau James and Bruce Wells check in and give us a quick insight into life on the road.

Austrian Freeski Open Day 2 Exhibition Big Air

by Atomic
Mar 2012 - 354 views

The organizers of the Austrian Freeski Open presented by Atomic decided to put on an exhibition Big Air event. The whole Atomic team was keen to get out to shred and gave the spectators something to cheer about. Andreas Håtveit, Elias Ambühl, Jossi Wells, Gaute Silseth, Nicky Keefer, Lucas Stål-Madison, Frej Jönsson

Austrian Freeski Open 2012 Qualifiers

by Atomic
Mar 2012 - 942 views

Check the latest action from the Austrian Freeski Open presented by Atomic. Atomic Athlete Frej Jönsson qualified for Finals, where he will face the pre qualified athletes including Atomic team mates Andreas Hatveit, Jossi Wells, Elias Ambuehl and Gaute Silseth.

Euro X Games Training Day

by Atomic
Mar 2012 - 437 views

The sun was out and there was no wind on the awesome Slopestyle course at Euro X Games 2012 in Tignes, France. Three excellent rail features and 3 funtastic jumps make for an overall wonderful slopestyle course. The Atomic athletes had a fantastic day in the Sun.

JOI 2012 - Practice Day

by Atomic
Apr 2012 - 4.9K views

The first practice session at the Jon Olsson Invitational in Åre, Sweden was absolutely insane. Check out Jossi Wells, Frej Jönsson and Elias Ambühl getting used to the massive jump and throwing down in the first session.

JOI 2012 - Qualification

by Atomic
Apr 2012 - 4.5K views

The Jon Olsson Invitational Qualification 2012 was a crazy evening of progression. Multiple triples where done and also the first ever double cork 720 performed by Frej Jönsson.

JOI 2012 - FINAL

by Atomic
Apr 2012 - 7.3K views

The big finale of the huge spectacle that is the Jon Olsson Invitational just finished up in Åre, Sweden, and it most definitely lived up the huge expectations that were created after the mind-blowing qualifiers the day before. At his first appearance at JOI, Atomic Rider Frej Jönsson managed to get 4th place in a stacked field!

Atomic Airtime: Linecatcher Day 2

by Atomic
Jan 2013 - 267 views

Update from the Red Bull Linecatcher in Les Arcs. Unfortunately the visibility was far from ideal for the first planned day of competition of the one and only Linecatcher. Check out what happens behind the scenes on a weather day.

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

Atomic Airtime: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Interview

by Atomic
Feb 2013 - 521 views

There is something very unique to the way Sage Catabriga-Alosa skis. Text-book technical skiing combined with a certain unpredictability and the tendency to stomp almost anything, makes humble Sage stand out amongst his peers. We sat down with him to discuss, amongst other things, the nature of creativity and how it influences his skiing. An interesting interview with one of the legends of the sport.

Atomic Airtime: Sochi Olympic Test Event First Impression

by Atomic
Feb 2013 - 1.5K views

In a few days time, Rosa Khutor, the host mountain for all alpine events of the 2014 Sochi Olympics will bare witness to its first ever freeskiing halfpipe competition, the FIS World Cup. Far from being prepared, Sochi and the surrounding area is a 24 hour construction zone. Check out this bizarre place and catch the first couple runs of pipe practice with Beau-James Wells, Jossi Wells, Byron Wells, Mike Riddle and Gus Kenworthy.

Atomic Airtime: Austrian Freeski Open Final Day

by Atomic
Mar 2013 - 119 views

See rising star Luca Tribondeau win the Austrian Champions at the Austrian Freeski Open in Kitzsteinhorn, one of the longest running freeski events in Europe. In perfect blue bird conditions and on an amazing slopestyle course, humble Luca absolutely slayed it and deservedly took home the Austrian title. Andreas Håtveit and Gus Kenworthy took 4th and 5th respectively in one of the most competitive Open finals ever witnessed on European soil.

Atomic Airtime: Chris Benchetler Interview

by Atomic
Mar 2013 - 277 views

Anyone that has met Chris Benchetler in person can attest to the fact that he's simply a kind, easy going and thoughtful guy from Mammoth, California that is in a class of his own when it comes to skiing. What sets him apart is his unique interpretation of natural terrain and his ability to trick features in such a fluid way. We sat down with him to find out where his passion for skiing originates, how he started delving into back country skiing and what it is like being an integral part of the Nimbus crew. Footage Courtesy of: Nimbus Independent - Teton Gravity Research's "The Dream Factory" -

Atomic Airtime: X Games Tignes Slopestyle Practice

by Atomic
Mar 2013 - 1.2K views

Get a first look at the Slopestyle course of the 2013 X Games Tignes. Although the weather left much to wish for, Gus Kenworthy and Andreas Håtveit still had a bunch of fun getting used to the features. Stay tuned for more updates from X Games Tignes.

Atomic Airtime: JOI 2013 Practice Day

by Atomic
Apr 2013 - 1.1K views

The one and only Jon Olsson Invitational is the biggest and best big air competition of the season. Check out Jossi Wells, Andreas Håtveit and Luca Tribondeau hitting the massive jump for the first time during the practice session.

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 | Tim and Sage | 14.01.14

by Atomic
Feb 2014 - 874 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.

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

by Atomic
Mar 2014 - 3.3K 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.

10 years of the Atomic Bent Chetler

by Atomic
Sep 2018 - 3K 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:





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.