Atomic Blog Ski

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Atomic Blog Skis 2013: The Atomic Blog Skis were born for going big and killing it everywhere from powder days to backcountry booters. Their super-floaty 110mm waist and powder-munching rocker design crave fields and spines steep enough to make a stunt pilot giddy. A tip-to-tail wood core provides a stable, responsive flex and traditional camber underfoot maximizes edge hold and pop. The rockered tip and tail ease upward for flotation in the deep stuff, and a unique Step-Down Sidewall construction places a half-cap construction at the tip and tail for durability and impact resistance. For 2013, Atomic is bringing you the Blog in 4 sizes.


  • Step down sidewall construction


  • Woodcore
  • Powder Rocker rockered tip and tail and camber underfoot
  • Multifit skins available separately
  • The combination of sidewall ski and wood core ensures lively performance and maintains the flex of the ski at all times.
  • 16m @ 161cm 128/110/120, 17m @ 169cm 130/110/122, 18m @ 177cm 132/110/124, 19m @ 185cm 134/110/126
  • 20% Rocker/60% Camber/20% Rocker
  • Flotation with 20% tip rocker / 60% camber / 20% tail rocker
  • 110-millimeter waist
  • Large radius sidecut
Evo (2014)
The Atomic Blog Skis were born for going big and killing it everywhere from powder days to backcountry booters. The Atomic Blog's super-floaty 110 mm waist and powder-munching rocker design craves powder fields loaded with pillows, drops and other natural features. A full wood core provides a stable, responsive flex, along with 10 cm of rocker in tip and tail for the ultimate freeskiing experience. (2013)
Dana Flahr's favorite ski hands down, is the Blog by Atomic. With a 110mm waist width you can imagine that the Blog will accommodate a larger boot while also providing superior flotation and a greater ease of movement in any back country adventure. While being a little wider in the tip than the tail, the Blog will provide you with greater maneuverability as well. Along with a large construction, the Blog features a 20 percent rocker on both tip and tail, as well as a 60 percent camber in the center.
In effect this construction translates to greater lift in deeper powder while also providing exceptional turning capabilities on hard snow as well as deep snow. Regardless of its increased size, the Blog is surprising lightweight and perfect for blasting off kickers and flying through the air. Additionally, a tip-to-tail wood core coupled with Step-Down-Sidewall construction will allow you to more easily conquer big drops, kickers and natural features. The Blog is compatible for both men and women free skiers, who look for the next big adventure away from the lifts.

Don't call the Atomic Blog Ski fat; it has girth but it's so agile and turns so precisely that 'fat' is just insulting. It has a 110-millimeter waist, which is ample, and a rockered tip and tail, which float like a dream in the deep. But it also has traditional camber underfoot and stepdown sidewall construction for powerful edgehold and precision. You can put this ski on edge on hardpack or sketchy chute entries, then fly down the open, untracked bowl like it's no big thing.

Berg's Ski Shop
The Blog has all the ingredients for the ultimate BC Freestyle experience: a rocker shape at the tip and tail as well as a waist width of 110 mm ensure optimum lift in powder snow. It is equally capable of solid downhill performance and complex tricks: its waist width and Powder Rocker ensure unbridled fun in powder and deliver optimum lift. Thanks to the Pop Rocker 10 in the tip and tail area, tricks can be performed effortlessly and followed by either regular or switch landings. A wood core and triple-layer Step Down sidewall construction cushion high drops and take hard knocks in their stride. The Blog is ideal for freeskiers who refuse to compromise on airs and tricks in the backcountry.
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Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:19m (@185cm)
Base Material:Sintered
Binding DIN:N/A
Binding Weight Range:N/A
Bindings Included:No
Camber:60 Percent
Construction:Step Down Sidewall, Woodcore,
Construction Type:Cap/Sidewall
Core Material:Woodcore
Dimensions:134-110-126mm @185cm
Intended Use:Powder - All Mountain
Model #:AA0024890169
Powder Rocker:for freeskiers who want perfect lift in powder while still desiring stability on hard snow
Radius:17m @ 169
Radius by Length:19m @185cm
Sidecut:130/110/122cm @ 169
Sidewalls:Stepdown Sidewall (Sidewall under foot ,cap tip & tail)
Ski Gear Intended Use:All Mountain
Special Features:Step Down Sidewall
Tail Profile:Twin
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths:132/110/124 (@177cm)
Turn Radius:16-20
Type:All-Mountain Wide Skis (91-110)
Waist Width:106-115mm
Warranty:One Year
What Binding is Included?:N/A
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Atomic Blog Ski Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Yep, I've put this ski through all conditions and it gives back every time. Fun in pow, not timid in junk and crud and has a backbone on hard packed. This ski is light and playful off the groomers (it is also a slightly softer ski)but is torsionally strong and has no problem holding an edge while cutting it loose on the hardpacked. Even with it slightly wider underfoot, the combination of underfoot camber, sidecut and flex lets you feel the edge through the whole turn. Sweet ski and great bang for the buck!

Karen L at on 10/27/2013

This the most underrated versatile big mt ski out there. A ture all mountain ski. If i could only take one ski ,(185) this one does it all. I also own the Bent Chetler 183, and the atomic access(181) for a ture have it all quiver. Powder Burro ,

JIM SULEY at on 09/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I am using these as my touring ski right now. They would have been cool 5 years ago, but they are just kind of... lame.
Don't get me wrong.. they are very easy to ski. If this is going to be your first powder ski, you will probably love them. If you weigh under 150lbs you will probably love them. If you don't ski very fast, you will probably love them. If you will only be using them to jump on, you might like them. If you are only ever going to use them in deep powder..I guess they'd be fun, but you should get a fatter ski if that is the case.
They aren't very stiff (they are quite soft) and they have a very short sidecut. They are fun to jump on. They actually kind of feel like a fat park ski. Hitting backcountry jumps on them is actually very fun. Also, they turn well on groomers.
The powder rocker really ads a lot of float in powder, but they get deflected easily and want to flop around. The tip is especially floppy and soft.
Atomic should make these 25% stiffer, and add a bit of taper to the tip. Then they would get 5 stars! Right now, they could use some big improvements.

D. Joshua Christensen at on 09/03/2013