Product Details - 2013 Atomic Panic Flat Skis
Solid edge grip, moderate waist width and a full woodcore help ensure the Panic delivers exceptional performance on-piste and off.
The waist of this agile ski allows great versatility in the park, on groomers or all over the mountain. In powder the skier is able to glide effortlessly on a waist width of 87 mm, while the Adaptive Rocker helps deliver floatation. The dual-layer Step- Down-Sidewall L2 construction not only absorbs shocks, it also ensures optimum edge grip on hard and mixed snow. The Panic is the ideal all-mountain ski for any skier ready to tackle the challenges of what the entire mountain has to offer, including the terrain park.
Product Specifications - 2013 Atomic Panic Flat Skis
- SEGMENT: ALL MOUNTAIN TWINS
- GENDER: UNISEX
- TECHNOLOGY: ALL MOUNTAIN ROCKER 10/70/20
- BINDING OPTIONS: FFG 10
ALL MOUNTAIN ROCKER
Size - 2013 Atomic Panic Flat Skis
|TIP WIDTH (mm)||118.5||120||121.5||123||124.5|
|WAIST WIDTH (mm)||87||87||87||87||87|
|TAIL WIDTH (mm)||109||110.5||112||113.5||115|
|Ski Sizing Chart|
|Skier Height in feet & inches||Skier Height ||Suggested |
|in centimeters (cm)||Ski Lengths (cm)|
Within your suggested ski size range there are several reasons to choose a shorter or longer ski. A shorter ski will be easier to turn yet not as stable as a longer ski. A carving ski with a skinnier waist width, and a smaller turn radius, can be skied at a shorter length than an all-mountain or freeride ski with a larger turn radius and fatter waist width. Rockered skis are easier to pivot between turns and can be skied slightly longer.
Here are some reasons to size your skis shorter, closer to your chin:
• You are a beginner or intermediate skier.
• Your weight is lighter than average for your height.
• You like to make short, quick turns and seldom ski fast.
• You want a carving ski with only camber, no rocker.