Atomic D2 VF 75 W - Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Atomic D2 VF 75 W - Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak


Good for All Mountain
Developing an easy-flexing ski that still offers hard-snow performance has long been the holy grail of ski design. With the World Cup–inspired D2 (or Doubledeck), essentially a ski on top of a ski connected by free-gliding joints, Atomic has all but broken the code. Since the decks move against each other, the lower deck can be more forgiving and soft-flexing, while the rigid upper deck adds power, edge grip, and stability. "The double deck just slinks and hugs the hill," said one tester, "but the edge hold is deceivingly strong." 121/75/111, binding included;

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Filed To: Women's, Alpine Skis

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