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Get down with your bad self.

The fully symmetrical Atomic Punx Ski is so balanced it practically stomps landings by itself. It has a rockered tip and tail, traditional camber underfoot, and a symmetrical Stomp Sidecut with bigger radii at tip and tail and smaller radius at the waist. This means tight turns in transitions, fat arcing turns slopeside, and everything in-between. And switch, forward, and smearing all over the park. Its step-down sidewall construction adds durability for unhindered self-thrashing in any venue, without the extra weight to bog you down when airborne. That's how you like it, isn't it, punk?

  • Park Rocker rockered tip and tail profile
  • Traditional camber underfoot
  • Step down sidewall 2.0 construction
  • Wood core
  • 84-millimeter waist width
  • Stomp Sidecut large turn radius
  • Resist Edge 2.2

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quick pipe lap

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quick lap at PCMR on the PUNX

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Awesome Vid Rich!
I feel DIZZaaaaaay.

4 5

Pipe Slayer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Got a pair of these bad boys and decided to make them my pipe sticks. Lightweight, stiff, poppy. Tons of camber underfoot so you can boost em.

They definitely feel a little smaller than i'm used to underfoot. I'm usually on an 88-90mm ski in the park, but the smaller ski underfoot is great for the pipe.

If you're in the market for a super lightweight, stiff and poppy park ski the PUNX are the way to go

Pipe Slayer
4 5

Fun all over the mountain

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I had some line afterbangs that I use all mountain but mostly in the park but I have been looking for something with a similar flex that is lighter and longer than my current skis to use for all mountian skiing. These skis have been great so far. They are much lighter but still have that same playful park ski feel. My lines are 155 cm but the smallest size available of these was 164 cm which turned out to be perfect for more all mountain oriented skiing, much more forgiving when I land a bit back seat.

lookin for a light ski this year, which...

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lookin for a light ski this year, which is lighter the punx or the Armada Halo 2?

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PUNX....way lighter, Halo 2 is wider underfoot and a softer ski.