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The Kore 93 is a very accessible ski for experienced to very good skiers. And because it is easy to handle in off-piste terrain, it's the perfect launch pad into the world of freeride skiing. It's a versatile ski that is both dynamic and easy-going. That helps you store your energy reserves and enjoy your adventures in the powder even longer. It also makes it the perfect companion for touring: it's a very light ski and excellent for ski tour descents. But it's performance on the piste is no less stellar. To sum up: with Kore 93, you feel right at home in any terrain.
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The Kore 99 makes your freeride heart skip a beat. It's the all-round talent in our Kore series. The ski floats in the deep powder, stays stiff and is totally responsive. It's also a lightweight. So you can climb up to the top of this mountain or that in no time at all, then leave your trail on pristine terrain. But even if you are taking on the hard-packed slopes in your ski area, the Kore 99 ticks all the boxes and makes every ski day a true experience.
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The Fischer My Mountain 77 is a high performing all mountain ski that's going to be a great choice for advanced intermediates and up that want a fun, cruising ski that generally prefers to stay on the groomers. You can really match the ski to your own ski style easily here. Do you prefer to spend most of your time on groomed snow? The 77 mm waist width of the My Mountain 77 is best suited for relatively firm conditions where it doesn't sink or get bogged down by heavy snow. Fischer's Razorshape does make it more maneuverable and a little easier to ski when you do take it off the groomers, but when it comes down to it this ski prefers to stay on groomed slopes. The poplar wood core gives it a very solid feel without being over-powering like some skis that use full sheets of metal in their construction. The sidewall construction retains good torsional stiffness so the ski will hold an edge through relatively aggressive turns, but is a little bit more easy going compared to top of the line frontside carving skis. Fischer says the My Mountain 77 is designed for "boundless skiing pleasure," and we can whole-heartedly agree; the My Mountain 77 delivers a whole lot of fun. Features: Turn Radius: 15 m at 157 cm Sidecut: 121/77/107 mm Weight: 1450 g at 157 cm Sidewall Construction Poplar Wood Core Razorshape Profile Ability Level: Intermediate to Advanced
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Binding: 2018 Fischer My Aspire SLR2 West Coast skiers: this is a great carving ski that should be brought out to rip the groomers. East Coast Hardpack Lover: This is an excellent ski for East Coast skiers that ski aggressively on the hardpack while still getting off trail a bit. Tip Rocker: This refers to the early rising of the tip to get the ski on top of the soft snow, rather than pushing through it. When the skis are held with the bases together, it will look like the tips are bent, and spread away from eachother. Tip rocker also helps skiers pivot the skis, making tight trees remarkably easy, and gives the ski a surf-like feel. Cap Construction: The topsheet of this ski drapes over the edge to form a clean and rounded finish to the side of the ski. This style of construction adds some torsional rigidity, and helps reduce topsheet chipping when the skis hit each other. Extruded Base: This durable material requires little maintenance and holds wax for a long period of time, so you don't have to wax as often. Air Power: Ski core with less density. The reduced ski weight means easier handling and less energetic skiing. Fiber Tech Wrap: A fiberglass network that surrounds the core of the ski. This technology helps the ski flex evenly, creating a smooth, effortless turn.
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Fischer’s My Ranger 98 is designed with hard-charging resort skiing and off-piste adventures in mind. Fischer’s Aeroshape technology cuts out unnecessary material to reduce weight and results in a smooth, cambered shape, making turn initiation easy as cutting into warm apple pie. A network of carbon fibers inside of the ski lend even further to stability and carving prowess. “Very stable underfoot on all sorts of terrain,” said one tester. Others celebrated its quick edge-to-edge performance, noting it “lays down tight tree turns masterfully.” A rockered shape enhances playfulness and float, rounding out the award-winning package.
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The Fischer RC4 The Curv Ti is a ski designed to go fast and be predictable no matter what condition it’s on. This ski is for aggressive skiers looking to master the perfect turn and still be able to take it all over the mountain. With its Air Carbon TI 0.5, Triple Radius side cut and sandwich sidewall construction this ski stays allows you to be precise and stable at speed, as well as enabling better control and power transfer through the turn! Length | Side Cut | Turn Radius 150 | 119-68-100 | 11 m 157 | 120-68-101 | 12 m 164 | 121-68-102 | 13 m Fischer RC4 Z 12 Binding Included: The RC4 Z12 has a din range of 3.5-12 which makes it a great binding for most all types of skiers. It is featured on our Fischer Skis for its easy adjustment features designed to fit a wide range of boot sizes (257-380mm).
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At 108 mm this is the perfect quiver-of-one width for soft snow lovers - it gives you plenty of float in medium density snow, but it's not so wide as to make quick direction changes a chore. The Ranger 108 Ti is a new breed of freeride ski that feels smooth and confident at speed but is way lighter than what you're probably used to. Fischer achieves the weight savings using a specially milled core and super thin carbon tip, but leaves a Titanal shell in place where it counts along the topsheet of the ski. Predictable and nimble, the Ranger 108 Ti also skis well on groomed snow and will make a great quiver-of-one ski for adventurous skiers who take their pleasure outside of the backcountry gates when they can.
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Rip any and all conditions with Fischer's Ranger FR Skis. Apart of their freeski line-up, the Ranger FR was designed to handle powder, crud and everything in between. The Poplar wood core features Fiber Tech, a network of special glass fiber that gives the ski consistent flex. The versatile 90mm waist width allows you to play all over the mountain. Intermediate to advanced riders will want to make this their daily driver. Sandwich Sidewall Construction: Wood core combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic Sandwich Construction for balanced flex and perfect rebound. Sintered Bases: Sintered bases have exceptional waxing properties and a very long service life. Freeski Rocker: Tip and Tail rocker provide optimum float characteristics, with a playful, surfy feel. With FREESKI ROCKER, less energy is required to keep the ski on top of the snow, allowing a more centered and balanced stance, as well as the ability to rip from first to last chair. Poplar Woodcore: A light yet durable wood choice for all-moutain and park skis. Fiber Tech: Special glass fiber network with harmonious bending properties. The ski stands out through excellent turning action.
Blurring the line between piste and powder as far as it can go, the Atomic Vantage 97 TI is an agile all-mountain ski that can truly define the genre. It can help you lay down a line you’ll be proud to claim your own in-bounds or out-of-bounds, and do it while keep you confident and in control. Prolite means you’ll feel lighter: our revolutionary light construction with added reinforcements in key zones carries less weight for more precision and better feel for what’s under foot. It’s got plenty of strength and stiffness from the Titanium Tank Mesh layer, and the Energy Backbone for more reinforcement. For the all-mountain skier who wants to be prepared for real-world conditions on-piste or off. Less effort, more feel, more confidence – this is a ski that delivers. - Prolite - Energy Backbone - Titanium Tank Mesh - Power Woodcore - Full Sidewall - Structured Topsheet -World Cup Base Finish - All Mountain Rocker 15/75/10
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