Atomic Coax - Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Atomic Coax - Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Good for Big Mountain
Our testers expected the Coax—like the Kästle, another Austrian-made tip-to-tail wood-core ski—to go like a runaway train, with about as much control. They couldn't have been more wrong. Thanks in part to its twin-tip construction, the Coax was nimble, light, and loose in everything from trees to bumps. And while the hold was unwavering on harder snow, it's a natural round-turner that loves wide-open slopes. All it takes is a little bit of pressure and the Coax turns as quick as the mountain demands. 139/105/128;

Filed To: Men's, Alpine Skis

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