The Atomic Backland 95 is the narrowest of the Backland series and arguably the best suited to handle the variety of conditions that the backcountry will throw at you. Weighing in at a slender 1350 grams (177cm), this ski offers a healthy amount of surface area for a minimal weight penalty. Not only is the lightweight wood and carbon construction great for touring uphill, but it makes for a maneuverable and agile ski. When conditions are unpredictable as they often are in the backcountry, having a ski that can turn on a dime is a huge advantage. However, don't let the moderate waist width fool you. With Atomic's revolutionary HRZN tech, generous tip rocker, and 126mm in the shovel, this ski floats effortlessly in deep snow as well. If you are looking for a powerful one ski quiver to handle every type of condition in the backcountry, then the Atomic Backland 95 should absolutely be on your radar.