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Atomic Redster G9 FIS GS Jr Skis 2020
Atomic Redster G9 FIS GS Jr Skis 2020

Atomic Redster G9 FIS GS Jr Skis 2020

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Your Price: $399.00
Retail (MAP) Price:$475.00
Your Discount:$76.00(16%)
Item Number:: A-20-SKI-GS-G9-JR
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The 2020 Atomic Redster G9 FIS Jr skis are a proven competition GS ski for developing young athletes. The Atomic Power Wood Core of ash and poplar with titanium layers provides a strong foundation, well balanced flex and excellent shock absorption. Full sidewall construction gives more edge power than the previous version of these skis and they are FIS legal according to current regulations. These skis come with a pre-mounted junior race plate which only accepts the NZ10 or NZ12 Atomic bindings. The 2020 version of these skis is unchanged in construction from last year's model.

2020 Atomic Redster G9 FIS Jr GS
152: 102.5-65-84.5 (17.0 meter radius)
159: 104.5-65-86.5 (17.3 meter radius)
166: 106-65-88 (18.1 meter radius)

Atomic skis come from the manufacturer's factory race room not fully prepared for racing. Atomic GS skis are set at the factory with a .7 degree base bevel and 2 degree side angle. Peak Performance recommends for GS skis a .5-.7 degree base bevel, 3 degree side angle, sidewalls pulled from the edge, and race wax applied. In our drop-down menu above, we offer several levels of race preparation to choose from as options. Please refer to the Race Tuning & Services page for more information and advanced options, and in your order notes please tell us what base angle you prefer if you are choosing the Elite or World Cup Prep add on. Premium prep does not include base edge modification.

Atomic skis require the use of Atomic bindings. In the drop-down menu above you may choose either the Atomic NZ 10 (DIN 3-10) or the NZ 12 (DIN 3-12).

The 2020 Atomic Redster race skis are the chosen equipment of World Cup overall champions Mikaela Shiffrin and Marcel Hirscher.

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