Redster Club Sport 110 / 110 Low Cuff is Atomic's new ski boot for hobby racers and strong piste skiers, and this model is specially tuned for people on the lighter (or smaller) side. It has Atomic racing specs for when you want to push it, including a Progressive Race Shell and Memory Fit. It also has a 96mm narrow fit that’s powerful and precise but not super extreme, so you can use it round-the-clock on the piste, all weekend long. Lower sizes also come with a low cuff height.
- Ski Racing Boot
- 110 Flex Index
- Progressive Race Shell
- 96mm Narrow Fit
- Memory Fit
- +3 mm Integrated Lift
- PU Cuff / PU Shell
- Gold Liner
- 35mm Velcro Strap
- 7000-Seies Aluminum Buckles
- Sizes 22.5 - 24.5 = Low Cuff
- Sizes 25 - 27.5 = Regular Cuff
All Atomic's liners feature an Asymmetric Liner Construction (ASY) with an asymmetric tongue, toe box, collar shape and high-quality lining materials. The most anatomical construction on the market, and the best for supporting your feet while skiing.
MEMORY FIT LINER
Atomic Memory Fit is one of the quickest heat-fitting technologies around, so you can totally personalize boots in a matter of minutes.
With Memory Fit all three elements of the boot adapt to the foot – shell, cuff and liner – and memorize the entire footshape. Expansion can be up to 6mm in total forefoot width and up 10mm in total ankle width. The result is a permanent and complete anatomical fit.
Memolink is one of the keys to Memory Fit – special plastic additive that’s been developed to work within Atomic boots. Memolink improves the moldability and stretch characteristics of Atomic's plastics and guarantees adhesion during and after the Memory Fit process.
PROGRESSIVE RACE SHELL
New 2018 Redster ski boots feature a special shell made from thicker, but softer material. This provides a more progressive flex and better damping, plus a more supple feel – making it easier to ski aggressively in all conditions and on all courses.
POWER SHIFT RACE
This is a new shim system unique to Redster: it enables racers to individually set their forward lean at either 16° or 18°, with T-shaped shims added to the back of the boot.