Behind the scenes: Redline 2.0

Behind the scenes: Redline 2.0
Meet the new Redline 2.0 – the next generation of World Cup skis. Photo: Stefano Zatta

Three years and thousands of hours of relentless research, development and testing. Meet the next generation of World Cup skis:livelier, more precise, more stable and even faster.

  • New materials and components
  • Improved sidecut
  • Redesigned geometries and cambers for both skate and classic
  • New P300 bases
  • MOVE binding system:
    – Allows you move your binding on the go – no need to stop
    – Easily adjust the position of the binding to optimize and customize grip and glide
    – NIS 2.0 plate is compatible with all previous bindings (extra insert provided)

Let us show you how we build the most innovative skis on the market.

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Thomas Alsgaard has been involved with research and development at Madshus for decades. Photo: Stefano Zatta

Excellence is no coincidence. In order to develop the most advanced skis, we take a systematic approach and team up with the best engineers, craftsmen and partners in the trade.

Through a long-term collaboration with SINTEF, Norway’s leading center for applied research and creative innovations since 1950, we have developed extensive methods for research and data management.

We have built a manufacturing facility with the most advanced technology and automation processes. This allows us to produce skis with consistent quality for both professional World Cup racers and recreational skiers alike.

We work with the best and most meticulous racers in the world, including Ole Einar Bjørndalen and Thomas Alsgaard, who both have decades of experience at the top level, as well as current World Cup and marathon racers, national teams and wax techs.

Finally, we work with select retailers and experts, who deliver invaluable feedback from all levels of the sport.

2.0 is not just a number. Redline 2.0 is the next generation of World Cup skis. Take a look at how we developed them.