2023 Atomic Bent 90 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Atomic Bent 90 Skis with Bindings

The Atomic Bent 90 skis with bindings offer high performance at a very valued price to offer tremendous all-mountain versatility to a wide variety of ski enthusiasts. At 90-millimeters underfoot, the 90 can carve up hard snow and be a very effective groomer tool. With a Poplar wood core and Atomics Duracap construction, these are both lightweight and durable. HRZN technology in the tips and tails provides great maneuverability and lightens up the swing weight so you can work on those airs and also get yourself out of tight, technical spots more easily. Extra-durable Resist Edges provide lasting durability for long seasons of rail slides and playing on park features. Dura Cap sidewalls pick up fewer dents and dings from abuse and provide great power transmission and edge grip. The 90 can check so many boxes on a skiers "To Do" list. Park laps, check. Bumps, trees, steeps and hardpack too. Throw in some fresh snow too thanks to the 90's rocker profile which provides ample float in all but the deepest of snow. With top sheet and base art by Chris Benchetler, the Bent 90 channels a unique approach to the mountain both in design and aesthetics. From park rats to rad Dads to every other skier in between will love the all-mountain prowess of the twin tipped Atomic Bent 90 Skis with Bindings.


  • Sidecut: 119/90/109 at 175 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 19 at 175 cm length
  • Weight: 1600 grams at 175 cm length
  • Powder Rocker 20/70/10
  • Wood Core
  • HRZN Tech
  • Dura Cap Sidewalls
  • Ability level: Intermediate to Expert Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Park 


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2023 Atomic Bent 90 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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What is the recommended mount point for directional skiing?
Question by: Rick Nelson on Feb 27, 2022, 11:44 PM
HI Rick!
I think the factory line does great for directional skiing, at most I'd go -2 from there. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 28, 2022, 10:05 AM
Hi, I was wondering if you guys install the bindings if I was to purchase the bent 90 and binding package. Boot size is 28.5 I am 6 ft tall 190 lb I was going to go with the 175 cm would guys recommend that hight?
Question by: Danijel Garic on Nov 16, 2022, 10:29 AM
We include mounting at no extra charge and want to make sure you knew about this offer. If you would like us to mount please send the boot sole length of the boot in millimeters (mm). This number can be found on the outside or inside edge of the heel. It is small and engraved into the boot and is three digits roughly in the about the 250 to 350 range and will have mm after it for millimeters. Please note you will still have to take them to a certified technician at a local ski shop before your first run. They will need to set the forward pressure, Din and test the bindings with your boot to ensure safety and stability. As far as the length goes, 175cm would be the ideal height for you!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Nov 16, 2022, 11:15 AM
Hey man.

I am thinking about buying these for my 16 year old son who is definitely not a terrain park guy but loves bumps and steeps and narrow trails. He has Brahma 88s but they aren’t playful enough for him and too stiff and boring. He wants playful and energetic and easy to maneuver in bumps. He is 5’8 and 145 pounds. I’m hoping the 165 Bents are the right call. What do you think?

Question by: Rod Radford on Nov 20, 2022, 4:58 PM
Hi Rod! Thanks for your question, we appreciate you reaching out to us. Perfect, yes the Bent 90 skis and bindings are an ideal option for the playful, FUN performance your son is looking to achieve!! I picked up an early release pair last Spring for the exact performance and the Bent 90 skis and bindings are awesome! We hope that helps!
Answer by: Mike Aidala (Admin) on Nov 21, 2022, 12:36 PM
East Coast Skier ski 40+ times a year. 51 yo 6' 240lbs.....Resort Skier groomed trails...I'll do the steep Black Diamond (if they are too bumped up I'll most likely avoid them) and also rip down Blue squares.... I have Brahma 82 180cm....They do a great job for those trails....My son is 10 and likes to go in the woods plus I want to ski more types of terrain.....I've started to go into the woods more often than I have in the past but still not truly confident.....I was looking at the Bent 90 but having a hard time deciding on a length. In the past I skied a Brahma 88 that was 183. I found that ski to be a lot of work. I could ski it but it beat me up and I was pretty tired by the end of the day. That's when I went to the Brahma 82 180....My first thought was to go with Bent 90 175 because in the trees the shorter ski would be a little easier BUT even on those days I go in the woods I'm still going to ski groomers and would the 175 be short/soft because I'm a heavy guy that naturally skis on the Faster side making GS style turns? Not looking to replace my Brahma's looking to add to my collection. Thanks for you help.

Question by: Brett Thomas on Nov 26, 2022, 5:04 PM
Hi Brett,

As someone with a similar size and build as yourself, I would recommend taking a look at the Nordica Enforcer Unleashed 98. With a twin tip like the Bent 90, it will be easy to release the tail edge in the trees, but the layer of metal in the Unleashed 98 offers a good deal more support but won't beat you up like a Brahma 88. If you were going to stick with the Bent 90 I would go with the 184 length.
Answer by: Jonathan P (Admin) on Nov 28, 2022, 10:56 AM
Hey guys,

I'm an intermediate-advanced skier who's looking to get more into park riding. How should I mount these if I want to keep all-mountain ride-ability as well as park performance? Thanks.
Question by: Matt on Nov 30, 2022, 8:38 AM
Hi Matt!

For the best balance between the two I would recommend moving the binding more towards center, but not true center. +3 should be a nice balance between park and all mountain. Have Fun!

Answer by: Chris McClelland (Admin) on Nov 30, 2022, 10:47 AM
Hello, I ski mainly in the midwest and do a weekend trip out West once a year. I love moguls and tree skiing but worried the bent 90s won't be wide enough for the pow days out West? Do these float pretty well. Im 5'11 165lbs thinking 175cm. Thanks
Question by: Tom on Dec 13, 2022, 4:21 PM
Hey Tom,

The Bent 90 will do well on groomers, trees, bumps and powder. It's a pretty sweet ski to have in the Midwest and will respond well out west. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Dec 14, 2022, 4:38 PM

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