If you’re a flying junior ski racer that is into Giant Slalom, the titanium-powered Atomic Redster FIS Doubledeck GS Jr is the ski for you. Fulfilling the latest FIS rules, all elements of the ski’s shape - shovel, tail and cap radius, as well as increased V-shape – are tailored specifically to younger racers. Doubledeck 3.0 technology guarantees professional performance: two freely gliding decks ensure quick and easy turn initiation, precise control and enhanced stability. With its high-grade Power Woodcore and titanium construction, the ski is also exceptionally smooth. Precision, power, speed: the Redster FIS Doubledeck GS Jr delivers for the Giant Slalom World Champions of tomorrow. FIS approved ( click here for FIS Equipment Rules).
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We also offer Binding Mounting & Tuning Services for all new skis.
- FIS Approved Junior Race Skis
- Race Interface
- DoubleDeck PowerCore Cap Construction (D3)
- Full Cap
- Power Wood Core
- Titanium Powered
- Active Camber
- Free Gliding Control Deck
- Recommended Binding (sold separately): Atomic X Race Binding
Atomic FIS Redster Junior GS Ski Specs
|Type||GS Junior||GS Junior||GS Junior||GS Junior|
|Chassis||Doubledeck 3.0||Doubledeck 3.0||Doubledeck 3.0||Doubledeck 3.0|
|FIS RULE||FIS Norm GS JR||FIS Norm GS JR||FIS Norm GS JR||FIS Norm GS JR|
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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.
A construction with no sidewall where the top sheet folds down over the edges, making it easy to handle.
A combination of hard ash and light poplar that’s stable and sporty for our high performance skis.
A titanium layer above and below the core creates supreme shock absorption, strong running stability and a high torsional flex.
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.