Atomic Skis 2023: The First Look
A Bent for Skiing
Wanna hear something wild? Atomic has been making skis inspired and designed by pro skier and artist Chris Benchetler for 14 years. The Bent Chetler collection is as old as Powder7!
Time flies when you’re having fun.
Now Atomic’s creative director, Chris Benchetler gets to see his collection expand even further for the 2022-2023 ski season. Those distinctive graphics and the skis’ unique flair for free and loose skiing will now be packed into the new Bent 110 and Bent 90, to go along with the existing 120 and 100.
Don’t let the names confuse you. While the Bent Chetler 120 is the only model that keeps the classic moniker, the Bents all share the same DNA.
Here are all the details:
Bent 110. HRZN Tech tips and tails, 110mm underfoot, 50% rocker/camber. 3500 grams/pair stated weight.
Bent 90. HRZN Tech tips and tails, 90mm underfoot, 70% camber/30% rocker, directional shape. 3200 grams/pair stated weight. Full size run between 157 cm and 184 cm.
Bent 85 freestyle ski.
New Redster Q frontside skis. They combine World Cup race ski technology, like Revoshock, with a versatile shape and flex pattern. Full camber. Waist widths from 75 mm (Q4 and Q5) to 85 mm (Q9.8, Q7).
New Cloud Q series with Revoshock and wider waist widths than previous Cloud skis.
New topsheets for the Backland men’s and women’s collections.