Atomic Redster X9 + X 14 TL RS

Atomic Redster X9 + X 14 TL RS
Atomic Redster X9 + X 14 TL RS
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Redster X9 + X 14 TL RS by Atomic
Whether you're bashing gates or cruising groomers with the fam, you'll want to have your Atomic Redster X9 Ski and X 14 TL RS bindings underfoot. The Active Camber and 65. 5mm waist provide solid edge-to-edge contact while you're carving your way down the hill, and Atomic took their Servotec technology from the Redster series, which makes the ski agile in turns and stable on straights. The poplar and ash wood core gives this ski a smooth, stable flex, while titanium layers increase strength and stability while you're clocking high speeds. These speedy sticks also come with X 14 TL RS bindings that have a DIN value of 6-14 and optimize power transfer and control.

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SKU: ATO009E
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