Atomic Guide Huberbuam

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Montagne Magazine's editors choice for 2010. The Huberbuam has been redesigned for 2010, it has more surface area but pays a weight penalty and has a tighter radius. It is also cheaper. Perhaps a bit soft with too much sidecut for steep and difficult snow.

Atomic Guide Huber Buam

What Atomic Says

The Guide is Atomic's most technical touring ski. Designed in collaboration with the Huber brothers (Alexandre and Thomas Huber) to work in the most extreme conditions. Slightly wider than previous versions, the 2010 Guide benefits from an ultralight construction, yet is highly stable and rugged. The moderately shaped sidecut gives maximum edge grip on steep icy slopes and traverses and high altitude tours, when there is no margin for error. A ski that lives up to the reputation of the guides it‘s named after.

Expert Opinon

  • At ease in all types of deep snow, the idea ski for a beginning ski tourer who is looking for a not to expensive ski which will help him progress – Montagnes Magazine

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Technical Details

Cap construction, lightweight wood core, electra graphite 4000 base.

  • Reference length: 169 cm
  • Sidecut 108-72-97 mm
  • Radius: 19.3 m
  • Weight: 2480 grammes
  • Lengths: 149, 154, 159, 164, 169 cms
  • Price: 339 €
  • Manufacturer: Atomic

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