The top model in the Atomic Backland UL Series.
The Atomic Backland Carbon UL is a lightweight touring boot built for efficient climbing, quick transitions and solid skiing performance.
Frictionless Pivot gives the freedom of movement to move quickly up the mountain and the Free/Lock 4.0 system lets you lock in the cuff for powerful skiing. The Boa® Fit System ensures a precise fit that can be effortlessly adjusted on the go. Designed for quick transitions, the Speed Strap cuff closure system integrates the buckle and power strap all in one. A washable, breathable 3D Platinum Tour UL liner with Dry Fit Foam envelopes the foot for a best-in-class fit and when combined with Dura Shield, greatly improves the longevity of the liner.
This is the ideal boot for ski tourers who are mindful of the boot’s overall weight.
Boot Fit – Narrow
Skill Level – Expert
Frictionless Pivot – Igus polymer bushings provide a completely natural movement for effortless ascents.
Dry Fit Foam – uniformly envelopes the foot for the best fit and offers resistance to packing out.
Dura Shield – A durable TPU layer covers a rugged mesh textile to protect the liner from daily wear and tear.
Speed Strap – Designed to make transitions faster this closure system integrates a backle & power strap in one.
Boa Fit Syustem Touring – Dialed-in fit with Boa’s M3v2 platform. Push to engage, turn to tighten and pull up to release.
“Generally considered the ‘go to’ option for hard booting, super light, amazing fast skinning, and with the addition of the Phantom Link Levers, a surprisingly ‘normal’ riding experience. Hard setups are getting increasingly popular due to their weight as well as fast and stable skinning. Want to know more? Get in touch…..”
“This is a seriously light boot which gives premium performance for fast touring. with a strap system that optimises Quick transitions and on-the-fly adjustment and a fit that will enable excellent skiing feel as well as brilliant ascending and bootpacking performance. An absolutely fantastic top-level touring boot”