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An easy-to-tame beast. Lighter and softer than it's unisex avatar the atris birdie has the same technical characteristics: stability, pivot and a medium turning radius. the atris birdie is the ski of choice for freeriders of the fairer sex looking for a ski which will perform well in all conditions, on hardpack and in deep powder.
Directional rocker: the atris' directional rocker gives it good drive and increased reactivity on hardpack.
Harmony: the progressive tapering of the atris' sidecut is in direct proportion to its rocker, providing great stability when the ski is on an edge. what's more its raised tip has 3 distinct turning radiuses, which gives it good consistency during the turn and nice float (even at low speed).
Nice width: 107 mm waist.
Double rocker = immediate pivot.
Medium classic camber = classic camber underfoot with moderate ski/snow contact = a good balance between stability and manoeuvrability.
The sidecut tapers progressively in proportion to the rocker = great stability when the ski is on an edge (the sidecut continues to widen after the rocker starts to rise meaning good grip and making angles more incisive).
Progressive tip rise = good consistency during the turn and easy float.
Consistent and firm flex but slightly softer than the unisex atris = a very stable ski.