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1442 17 Ave SW
Calgary, AB, T2T 0C8

403 245 4311

Ski Cellar Snowboard is Calgary's Original Freeride Ski and Snowboard store dedicated to fuelling your obsession.   We are dedicated to providing the best in service, products, and support for everyone that shares our common passion.




Atomic (officially Atomic Austria GmbH) is an Austrian company that manufactures and sells skiing equipment (skis, ski boots, bindings, helmets, ski poles, goggles and protective equipment) under different brand names. Atomic is also a well-known manufacturer of alpine skis.

Alois Rohrmoser founded Atomic in 1955. Rohrmoser initially employed four members of staff, and the company produced around 40 pairs of skis a year. Annual production grew to 5,000 by the beginning of the 1960s, and industrial ski production began with the expansion of the Wagrain site in 1966. In 1967, the company produced approximately 17,000 pairs of skis, rising to 36,000 in the following year and 72,000 in 1969. In 1971, the company increased its production capacity by building a second factory in Altenmarkt im Pongau, where the majority of their ski production still takes place. In 1981, Atomic started production in the Bulgarian city of Chepelare, becoming the first west-block company to open a plant in the eastern-block countries. Atomic continued to expand its range, and in 1989, it became the first one-stop supplier for skis, bindings, boots and poles. Ski production peaked at 831,000 pairs in 1991 and 1992.

However, Atomic faced financial difficulties due to high products rejection when transitioning to the Schalenski technology, and to failures in the booming snowboard market. In 1994, the BAWAG requested Atomic to be put under insolvency procedure. In November 1994, the Amer Sports Group (which also includes Wilson, Suunto, Precor, Volant and Salomon) acquired Atomic for 918.7 million schillings (66.8 million euros), and in March 2006 the insolvency procedures were lifted.

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Head Office and Downtown Calgary

1442 17 Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T: (403) 245-4311

North Calgary

11 Bowridge Drive N.W.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T: (403) 247-3320

South Calgary

5809 Macleod Trail South
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T: (403) 253-7788