Put through the wringer at the X Games, the Atomic Punx 7 has been given the personal seal of approval by no less than Andreas Håtveit and Gus Kenworthy. Thanks to the well balanced Park Rocker profile, even the most difficult take-offs and demanding rail tricks will feel effortless, on every feature you'll find in the park. Add an Atomic Full Sidewall and a wood core made of durable ash and lightweight poplar to get a stomping combination of flex, durability and shock absorption.
A competition-oriented, professional freestyle ski for park and pipe. Ideal for rails, gaps, big features and tough landings. If your looking for the ultimate in park and pipe performance look no further than the Punx 7.
Symmetrical Twin Tip. Tip and tail have the same length and width, with a central binding position. The ski rides equally well forwards and backwards and offers a better balance on rails and in the air.
Atomic's Park Rocker profile incorporates tip and tail rocker with regular camber underfoot. This profile gives the skis a significant amount of pop and control. The tip and tail kick up with an early rise for the catch-free feeling, ideal for jibs, rails, and boxes.
At the Full Sidewall construction, the sidewall runs across the full length of the ski for precise riding characteristics. Ideal for high-performance skis. The Power Woodcore is a sporty, dynamic Ash and Poplar wood core. This core makes the ski very stable and dampens vibrations at high speed.
Taking a giant leap into the unknown, Atomic have made themselves synonymous with freestyle skiing. With the help of freeski giants such as Jossi Wells, Atomic has taken the freeski scene by storm innovating not only their image but skiing itself. With some of the flyest freeskis on the market, Atomic have broken the mold that only had space for alpine racing.