Aug 25, 2012
The new Redster collection: World Cup performance for everyone
A new race boot, the completely redesigned Redster Doubledeck, a Redster helmet plus Redster accessories: in 2012/13 all lovers of pure speed will be seeing Red.
"The fastest race boot ever made." The words used by Marcel Hirscher to describe the equipment he used on his way to the overall World Cup title in 2012. The innovative Redster Pro boot is the highlight of the new Redster collection: its completely re-developed Carbon Spine is ultra-stiff, snugly encloses the heel and makes fast edge switching even easier, without compromising sensitivity in the forefoot area. Plus the boot can be precisely adapted to race discipline, personal preferences and outside conditions thanks to the interchangeable Flex Frames and Rotational Power Control. This adjustment mechanism can be used to align the boot cuff inwards or outwards, depending on skiing style and personal preference. Check out the ATOMIC Redster 130.
Redster Doubledeck: as dynamic and precise as ever, but with added agility
The Redster Doubledeck is an evolution of the D2 Race: as smooth and dynamic as the World Cup serial winner, while at the same time even more effortless and compliant. The V-shape, new Piste Rocker and the new Control Deck with four Power Transmission Bridges make it easier to initiate turns and improve power transmission, while Shockilla technology cushions shocks without compromising performance and makes the ski more agile and dynamic. Find all Redster Doubledeck Skis here.
Full range of accessories in Redster design
The Redster series comes with a range of appropriately designed accessories: the new, ultra-flat Redster FIS helmet comes in five sizes, adapts precisely to the shape of the head thanks to its World Cup Liner and can be perfectly combined with the Redster FIS goggles. The ultra-lightweight Redster Carbon pole complements the boot, ski and helmet perfectly.
Every detail of the Redster collection has been field tested in the World Cup and it's the details that make the world's best athletes so successful.