Jul 23, 2013

The ultimate freedom for pipes, parks and powder: Atomic's Freeski Highlights 2013/14

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.

This season, those who want real off-piste freedom can choose the innovative Waymaker Carbon 130 freeride ski boot, which features a movable cuff. It makes it even easier to reach the best powderand provides ultra-compact grip for fantastic rides. Freeride pro Sage Cattabriga-Alosa has discovered his new favorite boot in the Waymaker Carbon: "I'm now riding even more radical lines than before. And that's saying something," he says.

Once again, Sage's first choice when it comes to big mountain skiing this year is the Automatic, the ski that he and freeride colleague Dana Flahr helped to develop. The Automatic is super-stable yet extremely flexible - perfect for any fast-paced backcountry adventure. Female freeskiers on the other hand can get their hands on the versatile Millennium, the ski freeride pro Michelle Parker uses to go properly crazy. If you prefer tricks and jibs in powder, the latest generation of the Bent Chetler is just the thing for you: Chris Benchetler's extra-wide signature ski gives you huge pop for jumps and, thanks to Chris' new graphics, is a real eye-catcher.

infamous: Jossi Wells' favorite shredder

With the infamous, pipe & park professional Jossi Wells has fulfilled a dream. Together with our designers he has created a ski that turns so easily, lands so softly and is so stable - even on rails - that it will convince you 100% too. This much style just has to be shared. Jossi has therefore rounded up some of the world's most talented young riders in order to rock the parks of this planet with them as the infamous squad.

From the X Games to the Olympic Games

If you need maximum performance between kicker and rail, reach for the Punx, the ski that catapulted Elias Ambühl, Gus Kenworthy and Andreas Håtveit onto the X Games podium. And as only the correct ski boot makes a soft landing perfect, the three skiers rely on the super-cushioned Overload, which features a completely revised freestyle boot design. Using this equipment, the guys are now preparing themselves for another highly sought-after podium place: the first Olympic medals for slopestyle will be awarded at Sochi in 2014.