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165 CM, 116-84-109, R=18M

Includes Neox integrated bindings DIN 12. No remount needed.

I have skied them 4 days. A very minor ptex ding. No core shots or egde damage. I paid over $400 for them and will sell them for $370 or OBO.

They ski well and carve great, but I like a softer ski. Buyer pays only the actual shipping cost.

I can email pics of them on request. (Or I'll post pics if someone can tell me where to go to host the pics that I can link back here.)

Atomic ski data....

Quick Ski Features:
• Beta 4 Profile
• Beta 4 Chassis
• Titanium Pulser / Iso.Zorb
• Beta 4 Adapter
• UHMW Electra Graphite base
• Dura Edge
Skier Target Group:
• Multi-Condition skiers
• All Mountain skiers of all abilities
• Off and on-piste-carvers who enjoy changing terrain.
What Atomic has to say about the Metron EX
"With an all-new mold that delivers more surface area than any other Metron model, the M:ex builds on the legacy of the 10:ex. The most Freeride-driven Metron model, the ex's classic mid-fat dimensions work with a proven carving sidecut to provide total all-mountain freedom. The addition of Beta Puls Titanium smooths the beast's hit, letting you power high-octane turns through anything from wind-buff to death cookies."
What Atomic has to say about the new Metron ski line:
"Can one ski fulfill the needs of skiers everywhere? Is it possible to rip through fresh powder, blast cruddy transitions and shred hardpack on the same set of boards? Leave your preconceptions at the door. Atomic's Metron line of skis has rewritten the rule book on the one-ski quiver."

"Metron has redefined the parameters of all-terrain skis. Its sizing isnt tied to the fact you skied a 205 in high school, or your belief that real men don't ski anything less than a 190. Don't be surprised if you end up on a ski in the 162-172mm range. You'll understand the first time you slash round trenches in mashed potato, or boogie through a tight glade. Feel the need for speed? Metron's massive surface area simply puts more square centimeters on the snow."