Ski review Atomic Coax
Fantastic ski for off-piste skiing
With this freeride ski you can attack the whole mountain. The Atomic Coax is a great ski for off-piste terrain. Turning without putting a lot of energy in it, in fresh snow, suits me. The Coax does this a lot easier than the Armada ARV. It is flexible with very good absorption of the bumps. As I used to be solely speeding on groomed slopes, Coax gives me the feeling now that I am able to ski off-piste as well.>
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Testing it on the piste, it is maybe a bit too flexible and light to carve. For that I like the ARV better. A bit different qualities, both get 4 stars from me.
Intermediate - Advanced
40% piste - 60% off-piste
Good dampening, easy turning
Not too stable at high speed
A ski for the whole mountain
Atomic about the Coax
"The Coax is the perfect choice for Big-Mountain shredding. Its 105 mm waist width allows the skier to move effortlessly through fresh snow," says Atomic. And they are not finished yet. According to Atomic: "the Adaptive Rocker on the Coax ski provides awesome versatility, allows for precision control and incredible edge grip in mixed and harder snow."
I agree that it is a very good all-mountain ski in the sense of having fun in powder and shredded terrain. The Coax is fine on the groomed slopes but one can not expect it to be extremely good for carving. Doesn't matter, the Atomic Coax is a fantastic ski on which you won't get bored as you can challenge the whole mountain with it.
Dimensions of the Coax ski
Length (cm): 174, 183, 192
Sidecut @183cm (mm): 137-105-128
Radius (m): 21, 22, 23