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Fischer Ranger 99 Ti Skis · 2022

Fischer Ranger 99 Ti Skis · 2022

$467.49
$799.99
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Product details

The most versatile of the Ranger Ti lineup with a 99mm waist, lightweight milled wood core, Titanal inserts and a carbon nose. This combination offers a fantastic blend of stiffness and agility for smooth, confident skiing in any condition.

Age Group
Adult
Gender
Men's
Includes bindings
No
Model year
2022
Ski Type
Big Mountain, All Mountain
Skill level
Advanced, Expert
Rocker profile
Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Tail profile
Flat
Waist width (mm)
99
Terrain
All mountain
Core/Laminates
Carbon, Metal, Wood
Fischer Ranger 99 Ti Skis · 2022
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Jay Adams
Jay Adams
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 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.

Benjamin Anthony
Benjamin Anthony
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

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.