DETAILS “Atomic REDSTER G9 REVO S + X 12 GW 2021/22”
The Atomic Redster G9 Revo S race carver has become more variable and sporty at the same time.
Servotec technology has been a milestone for Atomic, making the ski easier to turn without sacrificing sportiness. The Revoshock modules in the front of the ski have made the G9 even more variable.
has become even more variable and now gets the extra portion of rebound at the end of the turn!
Its Ultrawall sidewall construction combines the power of a full-length sidewall with the robustness of Dura Cap. A two-layer Titanium Powered laminate provides ultimate torsional stiffness and, together with the Power Woodcore, guarantees incredible edge grip from the beginning to the end of the turn.
- Power Woodcore
- Titanium Powered
- Structured Topsheet
- Active Camber (0/100/0)
- Worldcup Base Finish
- Active Flex Interface
- 3229g per ski @ 177cm
The sporty, dynamic wood core made of ash and poplar wood makes the ski super-stable and reliably dampens vibrations at high speeds.
A titanium insert above and below the ski core for superior damping, agility and high torsional stiffness.
The Ultrawall extends from the base to the topsheet for controlled power transfer, optimised edge grip and flex.
Revoshock not only absorbs shock and vibration, but uses it for rebound (agility). All spring steel modules from the ski tip to the binding plate work together harmoniously to convert otherwise unused energy into valuable acceleration.
Atomic X12 GW Binding
The Atomic X 12 GW is the optimal choice for those who want a true performance race binding that can be used with both alpine-standard ski boots and GripWalk soles. Atomic has equipped it with Full Flex, which allows the ski to flex naturally even under the binding; at the same time, constant release values are guaranteed throughout the entire turn. First-class power transmission, absolute control and limitless speed. Can be adjusted completely without tools!
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