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Your excuse for constantly calling in sick lies in the Atomic Alibi Ski, and we're sure your boss will understand once she sees them. With this all-mountain ripper on your feet, it's hard to resist popping into the trees for a little bit of soft snow and then dashing ahead to pounce on fresh corduroy before it's all skied out. Designed with an All Mountain Rocker, wood core, and Ti Backbone, the Alibi delivers a super-smooth ride in all conditions, so you'd be dumb to hold back.

Its All Mountain Rocker profile provides versatile performance both on and off trail. And because of the Alibi's rockered tip and tail, you're able to bust through crud, float atop of pow, and make sweet, buttery turns through soft snow. Thanks to its regular camber underfoot and 98mm waist, the Alibi grips hardpack and groomers like a champ for a super-smooth ride down down compacted snow. Atomic engineers also gave this sweet all-mountain rockered ski a wider girth at the tip and a smaller  width at the tail for easy turn initiation and a predictable hook out of turns. 

Equipped with Step Down Sidewall construction for solid strength and durability, the Alibi is ready for many seasons of wicked-fun skiing. A wood core features the lightweight Ti Backbone insert that runs the entire length of the ski for greater stability and strength at high speeds.

  • All Mountain Rocker profile
  • Step down sidewall construction
  • Wood core with Ti Backbone
  • 98mm waist width
  • Traditional sidecut
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

In summary
This ski is the ski I've been searching for, I skied it for a week in Breckenridge where we saw a couple good dumps, I found this ski just works everywhere and it?s fun. On groomers it carves great for a variety of different size turns, it?s stable at speed, it skied bumps great, it was great in pow, it was quick in the trees. This was not the ski I had planned to demo but there was a mix up and the new Mantras (my first choice) were out so I went with this fully expecting to not like it. When the Mantras were available I couldn't bring myself to give these up so I kept them for the week and ordered a pair when I got home.

Who am I
5? 10? 190lbs, 35, skied for 25 years, I ski the whole mountain but don?t really go to the park. I don?t know if I?d call myself an expert but I comfortably ski the majority of expert terrain. I like going fast. I was on the 180cm, I was tempted to go up a size on the recommendation of the other reviewer but decided to stick with what I demo?d.

Compared to the rest
I've demoed a variety of skis over the last 3 years in a desperate search for something I love. My 2 highlights are the old Volkl Mantra and the Rossi Soul 7. Both skis are great but have flaws, the mantra is incredible at speed but it?s a lot of work, rewarding when you work it but playful, it?s not. I skied the Soul 7 in Jackson hole in waist deep pow, it was the most fun I?ve ever had on skis, however, back to reality hitting the groomers with the family and I wasn?t such a fan, you can certainly ski the soul 7 on groomers and have fun, but, and this could be due to my weight, I just found it a bit flappy and unstable at speed. The Alibi sits in the middle of these 2 for me but gets close to the highlights of each.

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Strong hold on the front side with confident nimble performance off piste. Great in the steeps and in trees. Didn't find anything it didn't excel at. Recommend skiing the longest version you are comfortable with. I'm 5'10" and 180 lbs and the 187cm was terrific.