Alpine Ski Boots All Mountain

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    A higher and therefore harder flex index promises more direct power transmission, whereas a lower and softer index promises greater comfort.
    Atomic strives to provide every skier with precisely the ski they need - specifically tailoring the flex line and flex, materials and characteristics to the skier's individual level of ability. So honesty is crucial when it comes to assessing your performance level:
    • Have you just started skiing, and are you looking for a ski which can help you make rapid progress while skiing at a moderate pace (beginner)?
    • Are you confident on easy to medium-difficulty descents on the piste or on unchallenging terrain, can you master simple tricks over small obstacles (advanced)?
    • Do you like to tackle tough descents on steep, icy or heavily snow-covered terrain or challenging Park and Pipe maneuvers (ambitious)?
    • Or do you have several years' experience at competition level and are you capable of mastering any challenging terrain at any speed (expert)?


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The new Atomic Waymaker Girl 3 allows young all-mountain riders to have more fun in hard and soft snow.

The 3-buckle construction provides supportive yet comfortable foot hold while the new shell design with a fresh girlish look keeps the foot warm and dry all day long. All of the junior models now come with a progressive boot cuff design: the flex and boot cuff of every model are perfectly tailored to the skier's ability and size. The Waymaker Girl 3 therefore provides firmer support and a more energetic flex than the Waymaker Girl 2.