Fully redesigned for 2018, the S9 returns with a fresher look and a 100% carbon construction that’s going to make a lot of skiers happy. New technologies, new cosmetics, new construction, this is a serious contender for performance-driven skiers.
What are the specifications of the Atomic Redster Carbon S9 ski?
If Atomic wasn’t a leader in the skate ski industry over the past few years, they enter this new season with a very competitive ski loaded with technologies. The Carbon Race monocoque construction offers an enhanced maneuverability and added stability. The ski is ultra light and maximises the glide feel, it delivers a great contact feel on the snow. Its profile was also upgraded, the new sidecuts optimise control and stability. Combined with a medium hard camber, the ski excels on hard and compact snow. The new S9 carbon is a subtle blend of liveliness and softness that allows skiers to ski longer with more efficacy. It is a partner of choice on technical terrains, its light and responsive waist coupled with the camber helps saving energy. The base is a BI 5000 SA, it was designed to optimise glide performance on universal snow temp, between -5 and +2°C.
Who is the Atomic Redster S9 Carbon cross country ski designed for?
Despite its racing look and its performance suited for advanced or expert skiers, this new S9 is fairly easy to manage and can be recommended to intermediate skiers as well. This ski will boost your progression with a strong emphasis on glide. It’ll join you from your casual sessions to your long races. If you are looking for performance coupled with forgiveness wrapped in an effortless and versatile package, the new skating S9 ski is for you.
What are the main assets of the Atomic Redster S9 Carbon cross country ski?
Easy to manage