Built for Skiers. The Atomic Skiwear Lookbook 14/15.
Live Fit makes ski boots from Atomic among the most comfortable on the market. This sophisticated technology is now also available on helmets and ski goggles, setting new standards in terms of fit and comfort on the Revel ski goggles and Mentor all-mountain helmet.
The most radical freeride adventures, the best jibs in the park and perfect basis for Olympic medals: our new Atomic Freeski collection offers even more flow and fun. You too can take advantage of the equipment used by freeski pros.
From the toughest race stresses and dynamic on-piste turns to playful powder turns, laid-back tricks in the park and backcountry adventures: only the right ski boot makes for the perfect day's skiing. That's why you'll find just the boot for you in our new boot collection.
Piste Rocker, All Mountain Rocker or Powder Rocker? If a skier knows the type of terrain he wants to ski on, then he automatically knows which type of Atomic Rocker he needs.
The new World Cup Skate FL Soft Track is the perfect cross-country ski for soft to mixed conditions. It gave Dominik Landertinger, third in the overall standings at the Biathlon World Cup 12/13, an advantage. Now it's your turn.
With the Boa Lacing system, the new Atomic Race Skate introduces the most effective lacing system to cross-country skiing. Because this boot sits so precisely and is so easy to use, more and more amateur racers are switching to the new lacing system.
The innovative Atomic Skintec is the first high-performance waxless ski worthy of the name. It combines super-easy handling and top performance. Both professionals and amateurs are therefore enthusing about this cross-country ski.
Atomic athlete Kilian Jornet was able to finish a successful winter ski mountaineering season with second place in the Trofeo Mezzalama (Ita).
On-piste. In powder. At the X games. In the world cup. Wherever people ski, Atomic is there – making skiing more exciting, more straightforward, more successful and more fun.
With Gus Kenworthy being crowned overall AFP world champion, Nicky Keefer winning the ‘ruler of the week’ and the ‘best style’ awards at the Nine Knights and Mike Riddle claiming the FIS world halfpipe championship, another highly successful season has come to a close.