Atomic 2019 ski reviews
The Atomic Redster G9 has earned a place among the best skis on the market in the "Giant Slalom" category. This category includes race-inspired skis designed for recreational skiers.
"Smooth and predictable," almost "perfect," it excels in this category in virtually every way. The pro testers were impressed by its "very predictable" behavior, super quick turn initiation,... Read on
Atomic has made a real comeback this season. The Atomic Redster TR is more focused on accessibility than other skis in the “Carvers” category.
A good, high-performance, and versatile ski, the Redster TR "does its job," and has earned its place in this selective group of the best skis on the market. It is “light underfoot,” "easy to pivot and carve," predictable,... Read on
Reviewed for the first time by PROSKILAB, the Atomic Backland 95 made a good impression.
It is a relatively stiff ski for this category. The result is excellent performance on groomed runs, with edge grip and stability that would make some frontside skis jealous. This stiffness is also a huge plus off-piste. The ski's strong performance in variable snow and its ability to go very fast were highly appreciated... Read on
Objectively, the Redster S9 is a good ski, remarkably smooth and versatile. Testers thought it was easy to use, fun, and very predictable so it will give confidence to a lot of skiers. It is especially at ease when carving short turns.
However, the testers said that the ski was sluggish in very quick turns at high speed, which was one of the ski's limitations. Generally, the ski performs well, but... Read on
The Atomic Cloud 12 offers amazing performance but falls short when it comes to versatility and accessibility.
The ski is very comfortable at high speed making long turns, its area of predilection. The ski is incredibly grippy and stable. Skiers can confidently create big edge angles and make amazing long-radius turns. The Cloud 12 is an excellent ski for carving long arcs on groomers at high speed.
However,... Read on