Atomic Automatic 109 Ski Test Results 2016 Review

September 15, 2015
Atomic Automatic 109 Ski Test Results 2016
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
93
Responsiveness
8
Float
9
Sluff-ability
9
Stability
10
Hard Snow Pleasure
8
Value
9

The Good

  • Performs on and off-piste
  • Easy to steer in the mank and crud
  • Very accurate, easy turning ski
  • Damp and powerful

The Bad

  • Can overpower some lighter skiers
  • For advanced to experts only
THE VERDICT

One of the top skis in this category, Atomic's Automatic 109 makes it easy to access power and control in a variety of conditions.

FULL REVIEW

Atomic’s Automatic 109 was one of the top skis we tested in this category, earning “Favorite” to “Excellent” status among our testers. The ski is easy to maneuver in all conditions, especially off-piste, and provides an excellent mix of power and control. Designed with the brand’s Powder Rocker, featuring 25 percent gradual tip rocker, 10 tail rocker, and camber in between, it is exceptionally easy to steer and provides wonderful float when you need it most.

This is an expert ski which can overpower some lighter or less technical skiers. That said, this is a fantastic pick as a quiver of one ski for anyone who expects to ski lots of soft snow and more than a few fresh or even deep powder days.

 

 


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MSRP
$725.00
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