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- Fischer Ranger 99 Ti Skis · 2022
- Fischer Ranger 92 Ti Skis · 2022
- Fischer RC ONE 86 GT Skis · 2021
- Fischer Ranger 99 TI Skis · Women's · 2021
- Fischer Hannibal 106 Carbon Skis · 2021
- Fischer Nightstick Team Skis · Kids' · 2021
- Fischer RCR Skate Skis · 2022
Fischer Ranger 99 Ti Skis · 2022
The Fischer Ranger 99 TI is a ski for an advanced-to-expert level skier who values maneuverability and carving with the interest of getting into the softer stuff as well. It is a true all-mountain ski for someone who wants something equally at home in the bumps and trees as it is on the groomers. A stiffer ski that won't overpower you that you can ski all day on, this ski has a titanal laminate and carbon nose that stiffens the ski. The carbon nose starts as a backbone around the midpoint of the ski and then widens as you move forward until it consumes the whole shovel and tip of the ski. The titanal layer is full-width underfoot, giving you great edge-to-edge contact and extending down to the tail to make your turns more energetic.
An all-mountain skiing favorite, the Ranger 99 Ti gives the all-mountain rider a one-ski quiver that can handle almost any condition and terrain on the hill. A partial metal laminate leading into a carbon nose provides for a stable and powerful ski that is still light. That carbon nose also contributes to the light swing weight of the skis making them fun even when you get in the tight stuff. An Aeroshape wood core also stiffens the ski in carves, combining the maneuverability with the torsional rigidity to make for a ski that floats and turns quickly while being able to lock into carves and power down the mountain.
Fischer Ranger 92 Ti Skis · 2022
Ripping groomers, with two sheets of Titanal these skis walk the walk. The larger spoon on the tip and early rocker is great for deeper snow, but doesn't take away from the carving performance.
Super fun carver that has metal in the core for stability, but a carbon nose to reduce weight!
Fischer RC ONE 86 GT Skis · 2021
This has the same metal as Fischer's world cup race skis - a full .8mm of titanal throughout. This means this ski is damp, stable, and can hold an edge like nobody's business!! This ski will excel on groomers and you'll love the feel of carving up any condition snow.
88mm width, 2 titanal layers, stiff, variable sidecut, rocker-low camber-rocker flex, on trail performance, very snappy. The width and the rocker in tip will allow you to ski into the fresh snow.
Amazing ski for carving, quick turns, and skiing bumps. Lightweight ski that loves to ski the whole mountain! super responsive and nimble.
Fischer Ranger 99 TI Skis · Women's · 2021
Despite a very lightweight construction this ski is going to be good for just about anything that you throw at it. The skis stiff build means you'll be able to move from edge to edge quickly when you're on piste, but it's 99 mm waist means that you'll float when you get into the deep stuff.
Drawing from Fischer's race heritage, this ski is very precise on edge and the metal construction will give it increased stability at speed and variable conditions.
All-mountain ripping. Lightweight but stiff, that will handle crud with a wide enough waist for when it dumps in the Rockies.
Fischer Hannibal 106 Carbon Skis · 2021
Fischer Nightstick Team Skis · Kids' · 2021
Quick turns and a little versatility. 82mm wide and nice shape let you get off-trail a little, but they will be quick and agile on the groomers too. Good ski for a variety of speeds and easy to pick and learn. Hit some jumps, rails, moguls, tree runs, whatever.
A really great ski for those still learning and still allows for versatility to explore different skiing capabilities. The underfoot allows for some great off-piste abilities and solid turning.
Park and Pipe! Freestyle oriented ski, very soft, and good for skiing forward or backwards. Great option if you want something super playful, or want to start getting into park skiing.
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