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The Curated Take
I skied about 40 days on the Bent 110 last season, I skied it all over the PNW, Jackson, and Revelstoke. I would describe the Bent 110 as very playful and surfy. The ski has no metal and is very light and soft. This is both a good thing and a bad thing.
I found that the ski performs best in dry, light powder, as it floats well and is surfy with enough snow. I also found the ski very fun in tight terrain (moguls, trees), as it has a very centered stance, a twin tip, and a low swing weight. I also enjoyed skiing in slush, as it was easy to smear and dig an edge.
Now, for the bad, I found this ski got thrown around quite a bit when the snow packed out or if it was crusty/icy. This is very logical, as the ski is so light and soft. As the snow packed out through the day, it became more difficult to keep the skis in check, I also often found myself in an uncomfortable stance, as one can't really lean into the shovels of the ski to look for security at such a centered mount.
I would say this is a ski for someone who is fortunate enough to ski light powder often but doesn't need a 120 waist ski (Bent 120) or someone who wants a soft and playful ski for the days when the snow is softer.
- Light hybrid setup
- Narrow-powder ski
- Playful all mountain
- Unstable at higher speeds
The Atomic Bent 110 Skis are a versatile and playful option for backcountry freestyle, lift-served pow laps, and deep days. Designed with HRZN Tech Tip and Tail, these skis offer better float through blower without adding bulk to the ski. The Light Woodcore reduces weight while keeping the performance responsive. With topsheet and base art by Chris Benchetler, these skis reflect his creative and unique approach to the mountains.
- Versatile design for backcountry freestyle, lift-served pow laps, and deep days.
- HRZN Tech Tip and Tail for better float through blower without adding bulk.
- Light Woodcore reduces weight while maintaining responsiveness.