TEST 2019 Atomic Redster D2 FIS SG Race Skis
TEST 2019 Atomic Redster D2 FIS SG Race Skis

TEST 2019 Atomic Redster D2 FIS SG Race Skis

Item: 18700

Regular price $950.00 Sale price $800.00 Save 16%

The Atomic Redster FIS SG is the perfect ski for Super-G racing at any FIS level. Put to the test in the World Cup under the toughest conditions, it’s come through with flying colors. Thanks to the innovative Doubledeck technology, this race ski boasts explosive rebound out of turns and ensures ultra-smooth skiing. The Ultra Power Woodcore and Full Sidewall construction with titanium inserts also ensure direct power transmission and exceptional torsional rigidity. It offers simple and precise edge switching even at high speeds. While two coatings below the binding minimize mechanical abrasion. FIS approved.

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  • FIS Approved Race Skis
  • DoubleDeck 2.0
  • Full Sidewall
  • Ultra Power Wood Core
  • Titanium Powered
  • Active Camber
  • Free Gliding Control Deck
  • Recommended Binding (sold separately): Atomic X Race Binding

Atomic Redster FIS SG Ski Specs

Type SG Men SG Women
Length (cm) 212 210
Waist (mm) 65 65
Radius (m) 45 40
Chassis Doubledeck 2.0 Doubledeck 2.0


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.


Made from strong beech and light-weight poplar – for supreme running stability and agility in our 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.

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Like most things, everyone has their own opinion on how to best size skis. The general rule for modern ski length is between the skier's chin to the top of the head, depending on the type of skiing and the ability of the user. The guidelines below are for race skis and start with the athlete's height, which you add or subtract length based on discipline, gender, weight, age, and ability of the racer. Remember that these are loose guides and you should consult your local coach or ski expert for more specific recommendations.

FIS Race Ski Sizing Guidelines

FIS regulations have changed over the last year, so it is best to consult with your coach or local ski expert before making a final purchase. Please see the current USSA/FIS Equipment Rules for specific age and circuit rules.

Non-FIS Race Ski Sizing Recommendations

Slalom (SL) skis are generally measured between the chin and nose. Giant Slalom (GS) are generally a bit longer and are measured between the nose and top of the head. Lighter weight and less experienced skiers may want to go with a ski that is a bit shorter than the chart below. The opposite is applied to heavier or more aggressive ski racers and you may want to go a bit longer. Again these are only loose recommendations and you should consult with your local ski expert for more specific advice.

NON-FIS Race Ski Sizing Guidelines

Racer Height
Racer Height
Approx. Ski Length (cm)
45 - 48 114 - 122 100 - 115
49 - 52 125 - 132 110 - 125
53 - 56 135 - 142 120 - 135
57 - 60 145 - 152 130 - 145
61 - 64 155 - 163 140 - 155
65 - 68 165 - 173 150 - 165
69 - 72 175 - 183 160 - 175
73 - 76 185 - 193 170 - 185

Sizing Considerations:

  1. Consult FIS, USSA, and other level appropriate regulations.
    Click here for 2018-2019 USSA/FIS Equipment Rules
  2. Racer's height to weight ratio - a heavier racer may need a longer ski.
  3. Racer's ability level and preference - more advanced skiers can generally handle longer length skis which can be more stable at higher speeds.
  4. Growth of the athlete - you may want to consider sizing up a little if you want to get multiple years out of a younger racer's skis, although most coaches agree that skiing on a slightly shorter ski the second year is preferable to skiing on a ski that is too long.
  5. Coach's recommendations.