2017 Atomic Redster DoubleDeck 3.0 GS Skis

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  • Item #16710
  • $649.00
  • Regular price $1,000.00


World Cup race technology is packed into the Atomic Redster Doubledeck 3.0 GS ski, making it the ultimate ski for big, fast turns on piste. This is a great ski for racing and high-level piste skiing. New this year it features a Race Interface used by our World Cup racers: a special plate under the binding that creates a lower stand height, generating precise steering and max edge grip on hard snow. Doubledeck 3.0 technology delivers advanced shock absorption, killer acceleration and easier turn initiation. We’ve also incorporated a Tapered Sidewall to support acceleration, plus a Power Woodcore and titanium inserts for stability. BINDINGS INCLUDED.

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We also offer Binding Mounting & Tuning Services for all new skis.

Features

  • Adult Race Skis
  • Race Interface
  • DoubleDeck 3.0 Construction
  • Tapered Sidewall
  • Power Wood Core
  • Titanium Powered
  • Active Camber
  • Free Gliding Control Deck
  • Binding Included: Atomic X12 TL Binding

Atomic FIS Redster DOUBLEDECK 3.0 GS Ski Specs

Type GS GS GS GS
Length (cm) 184 178 172 166
Waist (mm) 71 71 71 71
Radius (m) 17.5 17 16.5 16

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DOUBLEDECK TECHNOLOGY

Combines two freely gliding decks in one impressively dynamic ski. With Power Transmission Bridges for 100% power transfer to the edges and Flex Zones for easier handling and an even flex.

TAPERED SIDEWALL

Thicker towards the rear of the ski for extra acceleration and steering at high speed.

POWER WOODCORE

A combination of hard ash and light poplar that’s stable and sporty for our high performance skis.

TITANIUM POWERED

A titanium layer above and below the core creates supreme shock absorption, strong running stability and a high torsional flex.

PISTE ROCKER

Perfect edge grip in even the hardest snow conditions. When edged up the ski delivers full contact length. While, the slight rise of the tip when weighted allows for easy turning and no edge catching.


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