Every Redster ski can trace its DNA to World Cup competition. But before achieving success at the highest level comes the testing. The tests and retests of every aspect of the ski. And with input from skiers like Mikaela Shiffrin, Sofia Goggia, Marco Schwarz and Aleksander Kilde, no detail goes unconsidered.
After each race or training session, we get feedback from our athletes. As we create new systems to enhance the skiing of World Cup athletes, we learn valuable lessons that translate into improved ski performance for every skier.
Skiers who chase a high-performance skiing experience often look for similar elements in how a ski behaves. Whether you’re in pursuit of every hundredth of a second between the gates or simply want to have fun making the best possible turns on your local piste, you need a ski that is responsive and dynamic while remaining predictable and easy to handle. Early results speak for themselves. In the first GS race of the 2020 season, Lucas Braathen took the win in Sölden on a black-boxed pair of Redster G9 Revo’s. We achieved what we had worked for years to accomplish: skis that are fast, stable, and easy to handle under the most demanding conditions.