Fischer , Ski Boots, Climbing Skins & More
Fischer skis changed the game by producing the first metal skis back in the 1960s, and they continue to change the game today with innovations like their Fischer Vacuum Fit Boots - boots that allow you to heat mold the outer plastic shell to acheive unparalleled out-of-the-box fit perfection. Long known for their racing skis, Fischer now has a ski for every skier - freeriders can dominate the deep stuff with their Big Stix series, those looking for a backcountry touring tool can use the Ranger series, those looking for all-mountain versatility can choose between the Watea and the Motive series. Fischer's skis are strong-yet-lively, and can handle any snow conditions.
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By: Matt McDonald
Check out our preview of 2020 Fischer skis.
Highlights from the 2019 Fischer skis lineup:
New Rangers in Town
Fischer's Ranger series has built a well-earned reputation as the type of all-mountain/big-mountain ski that grizzled, old-school rippers refer to as a "real ski." The line returns in 2019 with a new 102mm-waisted version that profiles as a go-to one-ski-quiver for aggressive, directional skiers.
Fischer also adds a Ranger that measures 92mm at the waist and is oriented for teen skiers.
For 2019, Fischer also dives into the alpine-performance touring boot scene with the release of the Ranger Free 130.
At a weight on-par with other leaders in the categorythink of the Salomon MTN Lab, Scarpa Maestrale RS, and Atomic Hawxthe Ranger Free aims ... Continue Reading