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Ranger 108 Skis Now On Sale

This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:

Powder7 Staff Pick Tyler J
By: Tyler J
I was a little hesitant to bring such a wide ski (not to mention the uber-wide tips) out for an early season day at Copper last weekend, but boy was I pleasantly surprised. This ski feels a little lethargic and hard to get on edge at low speeds, but open it up just a little bit and it really shines. Skiing chalky/icey steeps it held its edge and was extremely predictable. Charging over bumps and groomers it felt stable and damp, with one heck of a suspension. When I took it into deep moguls it felt surfy and fun and made me feel like the god of bump skiing and never felt like it was getting too loose or too locked in. This is the perfect daily driver for fast skiers in the American West.
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Powder7 Staff Pick Sam B
By: Sam B
Comparisons to everyone's favorite do-it-all Colorado vehicle have certainly proved to be fitting, in both style and performance. Riding the Fischer Ranger 108s the day after a 24" storm gave me a chance to put them through the wringer in terms of conditions. They floated well in the leftover fresh thanks to their 140+ tips and gentle flex, blasted through the chop with the Shaped Ti underfoot, and then laid some serious trenches on the groomers down to the base.

In Depth Staff Reviews:

2024-2025 Fischer Skis Preview

Fischer Skis 2025: First Look Stick of the Night Along with many other ski brands this year, Fischer delivers a fresh take on a familiar name. The new Nightstick series is a freestyle-focused ski that takes inspiration from the old Nightstick park ski from a few years back that was mega popular. With fresh technology and new molds, along with fresh colors and other new skis across the Fischer line, there's a lot to be excited about here. We dive into all of it in our Fischer skis 2025 preview. What's New The new Nightstick skis come in a 90, 97, and 104. All have a ... Continue Reading

Our Take On The 2025 Fischer Ranger 108:

When you think of the Fischer Ranger 108 ski, think of the Toyota Tacoma. The Taco has been one of the most popular and versatile trucks of all time. A cult classic, this vehicle can charge through any kind of terrain with confidence. At the same time, it remains agile and nimble through tight city places and trying to find a parking spot. If you want to play around, you can drift through traffic circles and icy parking lots. Fischer is trying to channel the Tacoma obsession with the new Ranger 108. A favorite among the Fischer athlete team for how playful, drifty, and surfy this ski feels, while maintaining enough power to blast through the chopped-up stuff. Shaped Ti gives you a bit of metal to smooth the ride out, with Flex Cut underfoot to give a bit of energy and increase your snow feel underfoot. The vehicle, or ski, of your dreams, has finally arrived. Similar skis: Elan Ripstick 106, K2 Mindbender 108 Ti, Blizzard Rustler 11.

2025 Fischer Ranger 108 Specs:

Rocker:Freeride Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 8
Construction:Full Sidewall
Weight:4040 grams (per pair for size 178cm) Learn more about ski weights


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Skis In The Fischer Ranger Series:

Ranger 116 (116mm) In Stock

Ranger 108 (107mm) In Stock

Ranger 102 (102mm) In Stock

Ranger 96 Yellow (96mm) In Stock

Ranger 96 (96mm) In Stock

Ranger (92mm) In Stock

Ranger 90 (90mm) In Stock

Ranger 84 (84mm) In Stock

Ranger Jr. (68mm) In Stock