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If your ritual is waking up every morning and skiing from bell to bell the Atomic Ritual will be your new daily habit. At 103 mm underfoot the Ritual is designed to be out on the mountain all day, everyday no matter what the weather or snow is like. It has a great ability to take on the powder, but also skis great on the hard pack or variable snow. The All Mountain Rocker has 20% of rocker in the tip for floatation, and quick turn initiation, 65% camber for stability, and grip on the firm snow, and 15% of tail rocker for extra smear ability, and playfulness. The Titanium backbone gives the Ritual power and stability to blow through crud, and a smooth ride. If your lifties know when they will be seeing you in the line in the morning an know all of the runs you will be out on that day the Atomic Ritual will be feeding your ski habit.


Skill Range:    


  • Wood Core with Titanal Backbone
  • All Mountain Rocker
  • Step Down Sidewalls

 

Global Attributes

Model Year: 2013
Product ID: 275753

Ski Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: Side Country / Backcountry
Type: All-Mountain Wide Skis (91-110)
Bindings Included: No
What Binding is Included?: None
Binding DIN: N/A
Binding Weight Range: N/A
Waist Width: 103mm
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 130/103/119 (@182cm)
Tail Profile: Twin
Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Turn Radius: 16-20
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 19m (@182cm)
Construction Type: Cap/Sidewall
Core Material: Wood w/ Metal Laminate
Base Material: Sintered
Used: No
Titanium: Yes
Special Features: Wood Core with Titanal Backbone
Special Features: All Mountain Rocker
Warranty: One Year
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2013
Model Number: AA0024380 174
Product ID: 275753

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Atomic Ritual Skis
 
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3.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Bram R.

from Boyne Mountain

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Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hello, Trey here, just got off Atomic's new Ritual. I'm gonna give this ski just 3/5 stars. Didn't really do it for me, felt a little sketchy underfoot. I may not be big enough for it, it may need more power. That may work on it, but I seemed loose, and didn't really turn me on, so 3/5.

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5.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Bram R.

from Boyne Mountain

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Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hey guys, this is Luke, just finished skiing the Atomic Ritual. I give this ski 5/5 stars. I actually enjoyed it a lot, took it out on some harder snow, this ski loves to make some nice big long turns. You get going, get some speed, has really good edge grip, just a fun ripper. It's big, it's powerful, blow through anything. Just a great ski for your advanced intermediate through expert level skier, check it out the Ritual.

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4.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Bram R.

from Boyne Mountain

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Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

What's going on? Jeff here. Atomic Ritual. This is a fun ski. 4 out of 5 stars. Fortunately enough we were able to get the big boy 190 today so we could go out and shred it and see how fast we can get it to go and sit. It's a lot of fun. I think this ski would be a blast in some deep snow. Just letting it smash through some crud and see what you can get away with. I mean in the deep pow you can have a ski and just really dont know how it is. Today we got a little bit softer, groomer like conditions, and it rips. If you lean it up on it's side and just do big turns get it to plant, got and enjoy yourself.

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4.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Bram R.

from Boyne Mountain

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Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hi, I'm Charlie, just got off the Atomic Ritual, I give this ski 4/5 stars. For something thats a big mountain ski, that just wants to go straight, and make big turns, this is it. Its got a lot of metal into it, so its really stiff. For somebody thats a bigger weight range, this would be a really good ski to go tare it up all day.

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3.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Trey R.

from Boyne Mountain

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hello, Trey here, just got off Atomic's new Ritual. I'm gonna give this ski just 3/5 stars. Didn't really do it for me, felt a little sketchy underfoot. I may not be big enough for it, it may need more power. That may work on it, but I seemed loose, and didn't really turn me on, so 3/5.

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3.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Thom P.

from Boyne Mountain

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hi, Tom here, with the Atomic Ritual, I'm gonna give this 3/5 stars. I honestly was expecting more from this ski. It gets into the turn really easily, when you go to kinda stand on it, it gets a little skittish. That would be a good characteristic in softer snow, and rough, and crud, and on the groomers. It is very stable, so for your guy who's a little more casual, little bit more upright stance, high intermediate to advanced skier, would be happy with this.

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5.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Luke K.

from Boyne Mountain

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hey guys, this is Luke, just finished skiing the Atomic Ritual. I give this ski 5/5 stars. I actually enjoyed it a lot, took it out on some harder snow, this ski loves to make some nice big long turns. You get going, get some speed, has really good edge grip, just a fun ripper. It's big, it's powerful, blow through anything. Just a great ski for your advanced intermediate through expert level skier, check it out the Ritual.

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2.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Kyle T.

from Boyne Mountain

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hi, Kyle here with the Atomic Ritual. I give this ski a 2/5, it was just way too much ski. You have to be quite the bomber skier to even try to handle it. Maybe be good for some powder, as for the hard pack it's a little to hard to control, and to put on edge. Feel like I'm putting a lot of force in it just to do anything on it, and to get it to do what I want to do. I give it a 2/5, be good for an expert level skier, but you got to be a lot of skier to handle it.

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4.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Jeff G.

from Boyne Mountain

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

What's going on? Jeff here. Atomic Ritual. This is a fun ski. 4 out of 5 stars. Fortunately enough we were able to get the big boy 190 today so we could go out and shred it and see how fast we can get it to go and sit. It's a lot of fun. I think this ski would be a blast in some deep snow. Just letting it smash through some crud and see what you can get away with. I mean in the deep pow you can have a ski and just really don't know how it is. Today we got a little bit softer, groomer like conditions, and it rips. If you lean it up on it's side and just do big turns get it to plant, got and enjoy yourself.

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5.0

2013 Atomic Ritual Ski Review

By Hunter A.

from Boyne Mountain

Staff Reviewer

Comments about Atomic Ritual Skis:

Hey, its Hunter here, just got off the Atomic Ritual, and this is a 5 star ski. It likes to go straight, and it likes to go fast, good amount of metal in this ski, really damp. For your advanced, expert, all mountain skier, who prefers speed over short turns. If your looking at the Influence 105, or a similar ski like that, definitely check this out. Its a little lighter weight, little more flickable, and easy to turn, but still pretty damp. Its a great ski and worthy choice.

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    Is it advised or recommended to centre mount the bindings on Atomic Rituals (174)
    Asked on 12/12/2013 by Joel's Dad trying to prove a point. from Edmonton Ab.

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      A:

      No, it is not advised or recommended to center mount the Atomic Ritual. The Ritual is designed to be a directional big mountain charger ski. As a result the shape and flex is designed to have the skier more reward on the ski, at least 5.5-6cm from the true center of the ski. If you were looking for a mid fat ski to center mount you would want to look to something like the Salomon Rocker 2 108, Rossignol Slat, Armada Al Dente, or the K2 Shreditor 102, which are all more freestyle type skis and designed to be mounted at or close to center.

      Answered on 12/16/2013 by Thom from Product Specialist
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