The Atomic Punx skis stay the same for 2016 because team riders like Gus Kenworthy, Byron Wells, and Andreas Håtveit want it that way. Gone are the moto graphics and a bold new topsheet takes their place, but the ski continues to kill it when it counts. Park Rocker provides the right blend of forgiveness and pop, dual radius Stomp sidecut lets you carve hard when you need to generate speed but not hook your tips when you underspin a trick, and Stepdown Sidecut 2.0 provides the most solid footing in the business when park and pipe is where you live.
Park Rocker A slight early rise in both the tip and tail allows butters and catch-free takeoffs.
Stomp Sidecut A multi-radius sidecut that lets you land tricks you swear you couldn't. A longer radius at the tip and tail makes the ski less hooky and more "butterable" while a shorter radius underfoot lets you change directions on demand.
164 cm Sidecut 24 | 19 | 24
170 cm Sidecut 25 | 20 | 25
176 cm Sidecut 26 | 21 | 26
182 cm Sidecut 26 | 21 | 26
Power Woodcore Lightweight cores laminated from poplar and ash.
Stepdown Sidewall 2.0 The best of both worlds - sidewall underfoot for grip, cap at tip and tail for durability and smoothness.
Atomic Base 7000-series sintered bases that are fast on any snow, can stand up to anything, and are easy to maintain.
Resist Edge 2.2 Burly 2.2 mm edges defy rails
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||107.5||109||110.5||112.5|
|Waist Width (mm)||84||84||84||84|
|Tail Width (mm)||107.5||109||110.5||112.5|
|Turning Radius (m)||24||25||26||26|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||1800|