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The Atomic Theory will keep you guessing as what kind of terrain do I want to ski on today? Made as a wider ski for the intermediate to advanced skier who will go anywhere, the Theory always has an idea for what run to take next. At 95 mm underfoot the Theory is wide enough at the waist to take on all but the deepest powder, but still be edgy on the groomers. The All Mountain Rocker has 20% rocker in the tip to keep you floating in powder, and initiating turns quick on the hard pack. 70% camber underfoot is for stability and rebound in any snow condition, and 10% of rocker in the tail, just to keep things playful. The Wood Core with a Carbon Backbone adds power and torsional strength to the ski without adding extra weight. The Step Down Sidewalls give you great edge grip under your feet while the half cap construction in the tip and tail keep the ski light and durable. If you are a light weight intermediate skier that is looking for a ski that will be light and playful to take on the mountain with ease, don't guess, know with the Atomic Theory.


Skill Range:    


  • Wood Core with Carbon Backbone
  • All Mountain Rocker
  • Step Down Sidewall

 

Global Attributes

Model Year: 2013
Product ID: 275759

Ski Specifications

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: 95mm
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 135/95/119 (@177cm)
Tail Profile: Twin
Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Turn Radius: 16-20
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 19m (@177cm)
Construction Type: Cap/Sidewall
Core Material: Wood w/ Carbon
Base Material: Sintered
Used: No
Titanium: No
Special Features: Wood Core with Carbon Backbone
Special Features: All Mountain Rocker
Warranty: One Year
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2013
Model Number: AA0024384 168
Product ID: 275759

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4.0

2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

By Bram R.

from Boyne Mountain

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        Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

        Tyler here. I just got off of the Atomic Theorys. Great ski. I really liked them for an all mountain ski. For intermediate to advanced skier. It would still be pretty good. Semi sidewall gave it really good grip on the snow. For groomers, I could see you getting into a little bit of fluffier stuff with this and still be doing alright. For the most part this it griped and it was a lot of fun on the mountain for sure.

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        3.0

        2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

        By Bram R.

        from Boyne Mountain

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              Hi, my name is Steve, I just got off the Atomic Theory. This ski is 95 in the waist, I give it a 3 1/2 stars. It was a good stable ski, but I found the transition from edge to edge a little slow. If you like big wide open, big cruising turns, it would probably be great for you. I tend to like a little shorter turns, and I found it a little slow, transitioning from edge to edge Doesn't like to make a short radius turn quite so much, but its a good big mountain ski, 95 at the waist makes it really stable. Atomic's been making some great skis these days. Its primarily a cambered ski, with a little bit of rocker up tip. So if you like a ski that's got a little pop to it, camber helps give it that, but for me it was a 3 1/2 stars. I just didn't think it was as good as some of the other 95 waisted skis I skied today.

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              5.0

              2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

              By Bram R.

              from Boyne Mountain

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                    Hey, it's Hunter here, just got off the Atomic Theory, and this is a 5 star ski. It's kinda the definition of a one ski quiver. Just a little bit of tip rocker, it's got the carbon backbone. So nice, and stiff underfoot, but still soft enough in the tip to start a turn easy. There is no metal in the ski, so it's nice, and light. It's a great grab one ski throw it in your bag. You could get 6 to 8 inches of fresh snow, or if your ripping groomers all day it's not gonna be out of place.

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                    5.0

                    2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                    By Bram R.

                    from Boyne Mountain

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                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Hi, I'm Charlie, I just got off the Atomic Theory. I give this ski 5/5 stars. It's surprisingly nimble, it's got a lot of pop to it, it really made short turns, makes those big turns well to. It's got a lot of edge hold, it really lets you put your entire body into it, and all your weight into it, and it just keeps going. I give it 5/5 stars, it's a really good ski.

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                          3.0

                          2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                          By Thom P.

                          from Boyne Mountain

                          Staff Reviewer

                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Hi, Tom here, with the Atomic Theory, gonna give this 3/5. Really wasn't my favorite ski, it goes up onto the edge real easy, it holds well. Its smooth until you get it up to higher speeds, it stars to chatter, it starts to get skiddy at speed. So your intermediate, to advanced intermediate skiers, who's looking for a frontside, backside, on trail, off trail ski. That can handle just about anything, is gonna be a little more casual, little bit more upright stance, this would be a good ski.

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                          4.0

                          2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                          By Tyler F.

                          from Boyne Mountain

                          Staff Reviewer

                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Tyler here. I just got off of the Atomic Theory. Great ski. I really liked them for an all mountain ski. For intermediate to advanced skier. It would still be pretty good. Semi sidewall gave it really good grip on the snow. For groomers, I could see you getting into a little bit of fluffier stuff with this and still be doing alright. For the most part this it griped and it was a lot of fun on the mountain for sure.

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                          4.0

                          2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                          By Sean M.

                          from Boyne Mountain

                          Staff Reviewer

                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Sean here, I just got done skiing the Atomic Theory ski. I give this ski a 3 1/2 out of 5 stars. Its gonna be geared towards more of a intermediate advanced, to advanced skier. Its gonna be a ski that you can take, pretty much all over the mountain, but you can give this ski a lot more energy, a lot more aggressiveness to it. A rebound really good for you, and perfect, it initiates turns really easily, but once you get on the edge of your ski, your locked in, have a fun time. Overall I give this ski a 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.

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                          4.0

                          2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                          By Steve K.

                          from Boyne Mountain

                          Staff Reviewer

                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Hi, my name is Steve, I just got off the Atomic Theory. This ski is 95 in the waist, I give it a 3 1/2 stars. It was a good stable ski, but I found the transition from edge to edge a little slow. If you like big wide open, big cruising turns, it would probably be great for you. I tend to like a little shorter turns, and I found it a little slow, transitioning from edge to edge Doesn't like to make a short radius turn quite so much, but its a good big mountain ski, 95 at the waist makes it really stable. Atomic's been making some great skis these days. Its primarily a cambered ski, with a little bit of rocker up tip. So if you like a ski that's got a little pop to it, camber helps give it that, but for me it was a 3 1/2 stars. I just didn't think it was as good as some of the other 95 waisted skis I skied today.

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                          4.0

                          2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                          By Kevin P.

                          from Boyne Mountain

                          Staff Reviewer

                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Hi, I'm Kevin, I just got off the brand new Atomic Theory. I'm giving this ski 4/5 stars. Its a really good, solid, all mountain ski, got it on edge very quickly, it was stable, had nice pop from turn to turn. At 95 in the waist, it could handle pretty much the whole mountain. So its a very good, one quiver ski, or wider out east ski. Again, very quick edge to edge, smooth into the turns, just nice, easy, very forgiving ski, for the advanced level skier, or advancing intermediate. I give this ski 4/5 stars.

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                          5.0

                          2013 Atomic Theory Ski Review

                          By Hunter A.

                          from Boyne Mountain

                          Staff Reviewer

                          Comments about Atomic Theory Skis:

                          Hey, it's Hunter here, just got off the Atomic Theory, and this is a 5 star ski. It's kinda the definition of a one ski quiver. Just a little bit of tip rocker, it's got the carbon backbone. So nice, and stiff underfoot, but still soft enough in the tip to start a turn easy. There is no metal in the ski, so it's nice, and light. It's a great grab one ski throw it in your bag. You could get 6 to 8 inches of fresh snow, or if your ripping groomers all day it's not gonna be out of place.

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                          • Q:

                            I am 5'11" and 175lbs. I am an advanced skier but not an expert. Normally I'd go with a 170-175cm ski, but with the rocker should I go longer?
                            Asked on 8/6/2013 by Patrick from Salt Lake City

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                            • A:

                              Yes, with the rocker at the tip it is suggested to go longer than normal. Although there are many factors that go into choosing the length of the ski, with your height, weight, and ability, coupled with the rocker, it is suggested to go longer, such as 175-180cm.

                              Answered on 8/6/2013 by Community Answer from None
                          • Q:

                            I'm an advanced skier who is 5'9" tall and weigh in around 165lbs. What are your thoughts on size for this ski? Because of the rocker do I want to go up a size to keep more ski in contact with the snow?
                            Asked on 4/29/2013 by PeeKay

                            1 answer

                            • Staff Reviewer

                              A:

                              For someone at your skill and weight, I would recommend looking for a ski in the 168cm to 172cm length range for a rockered ski such as the Atomic Theory.

                              Answered on 4/29/2013 by Dru in Customer Care from Bloomfield Hills, MI
                          • Q:

                            Hi,
                            I am 175cm tall, weighing 63-64kg. What would the best length be for me on this ski?

                            I am an experienced skiier, though am obviously quite light. What are your thoughts?

                            Thanks.
                            Asked on 1/13/2013 by bottlecling

                            1 answer

                            • Staff Reviewer

                              A:

                              Ideally I would put you in a ski like the Atomic Theory that had a length of 165 to 170 cm. Unfortunately at this time the 168 cm length is not in stock.

                              Answered on 1/14/2013 by Dru in CS from Royal Oak, MI
                          • Q:

                            I am 210#, expert skier, what length of the Theory rocker is best for me?
                            Asked on 12/28/2012 by Philo from Lookout Pass, ID

                            1 answer

                            • Staff Reviewer

                              A:

                              At your weight and skill the 186cm is the correct size for you. While you could ski the 177cm length you will likely find it under-performs for your needs at top speeds and in choppy snow pack.

                              Answered on 12/31/2012 by Thom - Product Specialist
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