2023 Atomic Bent 110 Skis
Atomic Bent 110 Skis
The first thing that comes to mind when first seeing the Atomic Bent 110 Skis is the eye-popping graphics along with its wide waist width. And with 110- millimeters underfoot, these are twin –tipped powder slayers. Super wide but super fun, if you live in an area that sees copious amounts of snow, or are going on that dream heli-trip, this is your ski to float, surf and rise above the deepest of dumps. Construction starts with a light weight Poplar wood core, the same wood used in the Maverick line of Atomic skis. Dura Cap construction is half cap, half side wall, which is where the cap increases the quickness of the ski, while the side wall provides grip and energy. Dual HRZN Technology is ever present in the tips and tails. What makes this ski unique is the shape of the 110. It has 25% tip rocker, 25 % tail rocker and 50 % camber. There is a lot of rocker in this ski, particularly in the tail. The tail just cuts through the snow and never feels catchy due to the combination of rocker and HRZN Tech. These skis just love to slash, pivot, flick and smear. The ski is just so playful, you can get very creative with your skiing when leaving your signature on a virgin field of powder or sessioning a backcountry booter. Powder pigs rejoice! The Atomic Bent 110 Skis you deliver all of your floaty dreams in the white room.
- Sidecut: 133/110/124 at 175 cm length
- Turn Radius: 18 at 180 cm length
- Weight: 1750 grams at 180 cm length
- Powder Rocker 25/50/25
- Wood Core
- HRZN Tech
- Dura Cap Sidewalls
- Ability level: Advanced to Expert Skiers
All-Mountain • Big Mountain • Powder
If you are looking to use the skis in more of a freestyle/freeride/playful setting, the BC110 is a better choice. For more aggressive, faster skiing with more power, I'd go Anima.
I think so too!
Looks like we have 180's in that ski in stock! I would stick to the same size as you have in the 100. https://www.skiessentials.com/2023-atomic-bent-110-skis-w-tyrolia-attack2-14-gw-bindings.html
The Bent 110 mounts pretty close to center and they feel short because of how much tip and tail rocker this ski has so the 180 might still work for you. The 172 would be great if you wanted something super maneuverable for woods and off trail but I think either length would have its pros and cons.
We currently only have this ski in a 180 but we plan on having more sizes in stock come winter next season. We also offer free shipping to anywhere in the lower 48 as well as paid expedited shipping options for one and two day air.
And if this isn't the right ski for me, tell me that, too!
Thanks for reaching out and your continued business! Without customers like yourself we would still be "lifties" at the local mountain.
I can tell this isn't your first time researching and buying skis.
I am also looking to possibly buy a pair of the Atomic Bents 110. I'm 6'3 and think I'm going to lean towards the 180cm length ski which is on the shorter side for my height and ability. That being said for your height the 180 and 188 both are in the expert length category. So if you like a longer powder ski then i say go big! Don't fear an extra few cm's these will ski shorter then there length thanks to a whole lotta tip and tail rocker. They are super playful and easy turning in the deep stuff.
I hope this helped Seth,