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The Atomic Redster G9 FIS Revoshock S is built with Revoshock to get young racers down a GS course with speed and precision. Atomic’s World Cup-winning Revoshock is a series of spring steel plates encased in an integrated elastomer compound that transform bumps and ruts into a stable ride that accelerates out of the turns, so you can focus on holding the perfect line. Duracap Sidewall construction allows for phenomenal edge grip and the durability to hold up all year long. Atomic’s Ultra TI Powered laminate works with the Power Woodcore and the Active Race Interface binding platform to maintain torsional rigidity and keep edge-to-edge handling precise. With World Cup base finish and a structured top sheet, the Redster G9 FIS Revoshock S is fast, durable, and the perfect ski for FIS juniors who live to chase gates.


Gender: Junior

Terrain: Race

Turns: Long


Key Features

  • Revoshock S: Revoshock S turns unwanted shocks into confidence-building stability and unparalleled acceleration.
  • Power Woodcore: A dynamic ash and poplar core that adds a ton of stability and dampens vibrations at speed.
  • Side Edge Angle: A side edge angle of 87° for more intuitive handling, easier skiing, and better grip.
  • Base Edge Angle: A 0.8" base edge angle for easy turning, excellent edge grip, and aggressive tracking.
  • Active Race Interface


Other Features

  • Ultra TI Powered: World Cup-proven full-width Titanal laminate for stability, torsional rigidity, and edge grip.
  • Dura Cap Sidewall: Sidewall from base to top sheet for great edge grip, with a rounded shape for increased durability.
  • Structured Topsheet: A structured topsheet massively increases durability and gives a high quality finish.
  • Active Camber 0/100/0: Active Camber increases effective edge contact for better edge grip on icy slopes and stability.
  • World Cup Base Finish: World Cup-level grinding means less friction and more speed.



C$999.99 Regular Price
C$539.99Sale Price
  • Atomic built the Redster G9 FIS Revoshock S for Junior FIS GS racers on the rise.

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