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The Atomic Redster FIS Doubledeck 3.0 GS is a ski for GS racers looking to reach the top step of the podium this season. It’s the fastest and most stable GS ski Atomic has ever made. Doubledeck 3.0 combines two freely gliding decks for an ultra-smooth ride and strong power transmission even at top speeds. It comes with a Full Sidewall, enhanced stability and dampening, plus quicker, easier turn initiation and killer acceleration. FIS approved ( click here for FIS Equipment Rules).
US Mainland Ground Ship Only - $25 Flat Shipping Rate (per pair)
*Alaska, Hawaii and International by quote only*
We also offer Binding Mounting & Tuning Services for all new skis.
- FIS Approved Race Skis
- DoubleDeck PowerCore Cap Construction (D3)
- Full Sidewall
- Ultra Power Wood Core
- Titanium Powered
- Active Camber
- Free Gliding Control Deck
- Recommended Binding (sold separately): Atomic X Race Binding
Atomic FIS Redster D3 Giant Slalom Ski Specs
|Type||GS Men||GS Women|
|Chassis||Doubledeck 3.0||Doubledeck 3.0|
|FIS RULE||FIS Norm GS M||FIS Norm GS W|
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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.
Runs across the full length of the ski for precise steering, ideal for high-performing race and piste skis.
ULTRA POWER WOODCORE
Made from strong beech and lightweight poplar - for supreme running stability and agility in Atomic racing 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.