Carving — For the pursuit of the carve. No speed limits.
Our narrowest most responsive edge-to-edge in the collection, the Atlas 80 represents the pinnacle of on-piste performance and all-around versatility in the 80mm category. It's full camber profile lends to a more grippy and zippy feel than a typical "all mountain" ski, yet it turns with ease and won't overpower. Fresh corduroy in the morning and bumps in the afternoon, buckle up ladies and gents, it's quite the ride.
Radius:16m (184cm) ,15m (177cm), 14m (170cm), 13m (163cm)
Lengths:184cm, 177cm, 170cm, 163cm
Weight:1,919 g/ski (184cm), 1,804 g/ski (177cm), 1,708 g/ski (170cm), 1,621 g/ski (163cm)
Factory Bevel:1 degree base / 1 degree side
VibeStop™ 8 Channels
Core Maple wood core
Reinforcement Two Full Sheets of Titinal metal, carbon fiber and tri-axial fiberglass
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Stability of Titanal
Two sheets of titanal metal add even more damping power and confidence at speed.
More camber = more contact to the snow. Grippy and zippy. Steers with ease but not overpowering.
Sintered 4001 Race Base with an optimal balance of speed and durability.
Soaks up impending chatter and vibrations to make for a smooth, powerful ride.
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VibeStop™ decreases chatter & vibrations by over 300%.
Less chatter means better grip for more control — let it rip.
More stability means greater confidence no matter what terrain you're on.
A breakthrough technology
you’ll only find in a Renoun.
Absolutely loving ripping on the groomers on these bad boys. Super grippy, zippy, and fast! Love getting down low on them!
Just bought them before a trip to Colorado and was truly amazed how great they are at carving groomers, killing it in the bumps, and handling 6 inches of fresh powder. I only sold one other pair of renown skis well in Vail and they were being worn by a ski instructor who also loved them.
What a great ski to lay down some fun turns. Had a blast skiing morning groomers on Aspen Highlands.
I’ve had a few groomer days and a couple days of pretty heavy snow... and I was pleasantly surprised that they were fun on the groomers and buster through the heavy snow with ease. I would definitely recommend.
10/10. Very stable at speed, but fun to ride at any pace.
I will be posting a video review in a few weeks but suffice to say I am extremely happy with my Atlas 80s. The harder and faster they are pushed the better they perform!
I bought these on a whim! I’m so happy I did. I am a ski patroller in northern Michigan where we have a lot of firm snow. I also ski alpine with tele bindings. My first couple of runs seemed shaky but then everything started to click, by the second day I was loving them! There is no tip chatter either on traverses or in turns, once I learned to just trust the turn they tracked amazingly! Best whim I ever had, I might add, as I said I’m a patroller in year 56 and 73 years old. Trust these skis, they won’t let you down!
ATLAS 80 is a weapon! East coast snow, groomed, Ice in the morning … well we had conditions like that 2 weeks ago and it was my first chance to use this ski. I give it a 90 out of 100 before I did the edges. And after doing the edges (changed them to sharp with 87 degrees) it became a 99/100. Fantastic! Supporting a ski form the US/Canada is treason for an Austrian. But this ski is worth it.
Skiing Zermatt and Cervinia at the moment with massively long runs with steep slopes.. Handles extremely well with the changing conditions here. Incredible control at high speeds. I forget sometimes I am not on a race ski. Very happy with my pair of Atlas skis.
I have never had more control and speed in my life. These skis are truly an engineering marvel. Can't wait to get back out on them again and again this winter.
Great on groomers and ice. Faster the better they go. Too stiff in bumps for me. I’m out West this week and the Atlas stayed in the East! General impression, they are lots of fun if you like to go fast on groomers. I do!
Love them , awesome carving on the groomers , great in the bumps , and powder stable at high speed . Haven’t found a weekness or downside to the ski . Gord
Yes these skis want to turn! Think turn, relax, and they take you exactly where you want to go without hesitation. Skied at Squaw when the conditions were a little tricky but these Atlas skis held their edge and when you let them go….well they were as stable as the Z90’s! Skiing athletically on the Atlas ski is a thrill no kidding. They pushed my abilities and wanted more turns. Love the ski and would highly recommend it for salmon skiing.
Unfortunately, I've used these a lot this year because early season powder days have been few and far between! Fortunately, they've been the best skis ever for the scrapey hard pack conditions--much better than my Rossignol 88s. When I hit an icy patch, they really bite rather than skid. The Atlas skis have actually made these interminable hard pack days enjoyable! They felt a little damp at first but now that I've figured out how to ski them they are super lively and quick from edge to edge. I tend to make a lot of short-radius turns at slower speeds but I feel more comfortable letting them run than I have on previous skis. Really nice!
After skiing for the first hour way too conservatively on these skis (and initially thinking them blah because of that), I have now had them out a few times and opened them up on the groomers. I'm probably not expert enough to provide the right technical feedback, but these skis enable one to go like a rocket yet feel very reassuring on the feet. I'm 65 and I've had them at a little over 44mph which is pretty quick for an old man. Having now got used to them, I can't imagine using anything else on the front side. Fabulous job RENOUN - thanks so much!
I had the pleasure of being able to ski the final prototype version of the Atlas and boy was I impressed. The first thing I noticed was how quick these skis are from edge-to-edge.The 80mm waist allows for quick, responsive turns and gives you the confidence in even the firmest conditions.. The other thing I noticed when skiing the Atlas was how comfortable I was at high speeds. If you're looking for an on-piste ripper or the best beer league ski on the market, look no further.
How Does It Compare?
Endurance 88The Endurance 88 is designed first and foremost as a hardpack & groomer ripper. Yet, with it's wider platform than the Atlas 80, it’s wide enough to keep your tips up after a refresh from Mother Nature. This ski is the perfect pick for skiers who stick to mostly groomed terrain, but want a little more performance and off trail versatility in deeper snow than the Atlas 80. View Endurance 88 >
Compatible With All Bindings
Renoun skis are compatible with any alpine binding on the market.
(Skis do not come mounted)
Free Shipping & Returns
All full-priced skis ship for free to US, Canada, the EU & Japan. Returns are free, too.
We also pay all import duties for international orders — you just cover applicable local taxes. We've got your back, friend!
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1. Mount your skis
Mount up your new Renouns and take them out to your favorite mountain.
2. Go skiing!
Ski a few days – get a feel for them in a variety of conditions.
3. Not in love?
If you don't absolutely love them, remove your bindings and send them back for a full refund.
This guarantee gives you 3 days on-now to try out your new skis. Within 6 months of delivery, if you don't absolutely love your skis after 3 days skiing, we will buy them back no questions asked.
So, if you buy the skis today, but your first days of skiing aren't for almost 6 months, then you can still return them. How about that?!
Moneyback Guarantee does not apply to used or demo or blemished skis unless otherwise specified. Bindings are excluded from all warranties or exchanges — it's a liability thing, sorry!