#sheskis | Atomics Launches Movement to Connect Skiers Globally

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Atomic launched a movement this week to connect skiers globally via hashtag #sheskis. The #sheskis platform is a place to broadcast stories of passion, confidence, authenticity, and community.

You can become part of the #sheskis community by joining at atomic.com and hastagging your own photos #sheskis. By tagging and joining the community you will have the chance to win a day of skiing with your favorite Atomic female skiiers, like Mikaela Shiffrin.

#sheskis gives us a platform to broadcast our stories of passion, confidence, authenticity, and community.

It gives us a place to talk about what we love: skiing. Please join us in spreading the word, become a part

of the #sheskis community, and enter to win a day of skiing with your favorite Atomic female athletes.

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