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Atomic Heaven N' Hell Ski - 2008 BCS
The women’s-specific Atomic Heaven N’ Hell Ski lets you float like an angel in powder and unleash your darkest demons on the most challenging terrain. At 99 millimeters underfoot, the Heaven N’ Hell is plenty wide enough to be a dedicated pow ski for most ladies (at least those of you who live outside of the Wasatch) and it practically dances on top of deep snow…but don’t mistake ‘women’s-specific’ to mean ‘soft n’ easy’. Atomic’s signature snappy flex combined with a long, stable turning radius means it blows noodley fatties away at high speed on hardpack, and in the longer lengths it will overwhelm all but experts who are on top of their game. Very light for its size, with a leather-textured topsheet that’s easy to grip when carrying on your shoulder, the Heaven N’ Hell makes a great backcountry touring ski for the week following a big storm.
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What is the difference between the Heaven N Hell ski and the Janak? I have a pair of '09 Heaven and Hell skis and a friend (who has skied my skies and loves them) is looking for a pair to buy. Our local ski shop doesn't have any in stock but he DOES have a pair of o9 Janaks and he is saying there is absolutely no difference between the two skis other than the paint job. Is he correct or should I be point her toward your store to stick whit the Heaven N Hells? I have to say, when I held my ski up to the Janak in the shop the only visible difference was the graphic. What we really want to know is will they ski the same! They are both 163cm.
February 26, 2010
- 153cm, 163cm, 173cm, 182cm
- [153cm] 121/99/111; [163cm] 123/99/113; [173cm] 124/99/115; [182cm] 126/99/117
- Turn Radius:
- [153cm] 25.5m; [163cm] 27m; [173cm] 28m; [182cm] 29m
- Cap, Dura Edge
- UMHW Transparent
- Binding System:
- Binding Included:
- Recommended Binding:
- Recommended Use:
- Big mountain, backcountry, advanced to expert skiers