Last winter, Atomic convened its killer squad of freeride athletes who shred the Bent Collection in Baldface Lodge, Canada for a week’s worth of party shred. This is the latest drop in Atomic’s Bent Family Chronicles on YouTube, which follows the team from Canada to Utah to Switzerland while showcasing the diversity of the Bent ski range, from the powder-chomping Bent 120 down to the park-ready Bent 90. For now, drop into that sweet Canadian pow-pow with Chris Benchetler, Amie Engerbretson, Kai Jones, Emily Childs, Nick McNutt, Arianna Tricomi, Tim Durtschi, Janelle Yip, and Tonje Kvivik as they show off what the Bent 120 and 110 can do.
From YouTube: Located in British Columbia’s Selkirk Mountain range, Baldface Valhalla delivers a huge variety of high alpine terrain with consistent fall-line descents, big-mountain terrain features, chutes, cliffs, exposed lines, and abundant snowfall. Tagalong with Atomic athletes; Chris Benchetler, Amie Engerbretson, Kai Jones , Emily Childs, Nick McNutt, Arianna Tricomi, Tim Durtschi, Janelle Yip, and Emily Tonje Kvivik as they buddy up in powder heaven to take the Bent Chetler 120s and Bent& 110s on a catskiing adventure fueled by deep powder, big airs, laughter, high fives, and blue skies.