• Fischer

    Curv 120 Vacuum

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Powerful, comfortable and smooth. The all new CURV 120 has everything you want and more out of a high performance boot. A contoured 97mm last and preshaped liner provides outstanding out-of-the-box fit. The new Composite Flex Control integrates a layer of Aramid into the lower shell to reduce flex bulge, regardless of temperature. All this, combined with Fischer’s proprietary Vacuum moldable shell ensures flawless fit and unmatched performance.

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Flex

    120

    Last

    97

    Weight

    1990g

    Features

    Grip Walk Sole compatible ‰Û¢ Composite Flex Control ‰Û¢ 3D cuff alignment ‰Û¢ Preshaped moldable liner ‰Û¢ Precision Steering

    Guide-year

    2018

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    Brand Catalog

  • Fischer

    Hannibal

    $699.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The new Fischer Hannibal bridges the gap between technical touring and hard charging freeride skis. Patented Air Tec construction and a Paulownia wood core keep the ski light yet torsionally stable. At the same time, its modern geometry and 96mm waist allows the Hannibal to dissect variable snow conditions like a surgeon

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    126-96-114

    Lengths

    162, 169, 176, 183cm

    Radius

    21m @ 176cm

    Weight

    1300g

    Features

    Lightweight Paulownia wood core ‰Û¢ AirTec Ti ‰Û¢Tip/Tail Rocker ‰Û¢ Tapered Tip ‰Û¢ Carbon Fiber stringers ‰Û¢ Aeroshape milled core

    Guide-year

    2018

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    Brand Catalog

  • Fischer

    Ranger 108 TI

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Ranger 108 Ti is a new breed of freeride ski that is smooth and confident at speed, yet nimble and surfy when you need it to be. Achieved by a patented 5-axis milling of the core, full carbon nose and a progressive shape and rocker profile, the Ranger 108 Ti is the perfect choice for the adventurous skier.

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    140-108-130

    Lengths

    174, 182, 188cm

    Radius

    19m (182cm)

    Weight

    1950g

    Features

    Carbon nose ‰Û¢ AirTec Ti ‰Û¢ Sandwich Sidewall construction ‰Û¢ Wood Core ‰Û¢ Aeroshape Milled core ‰Û¢ Titanal inserts

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • Fischer

    Ranger 108 TI

    $850.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    I was a little hesitant to hop on the Fischer Ranger 108 TI. Fischer has always had an impeccable race pedigree, but we were on the variable terrain of Big Sky.

    Honestly, the Fischer Ranger 108 TI made the whole transition easy. Like, really, really easy. Within a few runs I felt like I’d been skiing the Ranger 108 TI for a few seasons. There may not be any technical jargon for feeling ridiculously comfortable on a ski right out of the gate, but there’s certainly something to be said about it.

    The Ranger 108 TI features Fischer’s Aero Shape technology, which shaves nearly 50 percent of material off the sides of the ski by rounding the ski down to the edge and eliminating excess sidewall. While this leaves the ski looking impossibly—and even breakably—thin, the arced ski surface transfers power in and out of short turns by getting the ski on edge quicker.

    And the Ranger 108 TI doesn’t stop there. Fischer has milled pieces of its Titanal shell and polar and beach core, making the ski 25 percent lighter across the board. The Ranger 108 TI also slapped on a carbon fiber tip that tapers down the ski toward the binding, making for ridiculous swing weight in a ski this size.

    But at the end of the day, the Ranger 108 TI is still 100 percent Fischer, a family company that earned its stripes with performance. By cutting weight along the sides, the Ranger 108 TI can employ Titanal in the binding area, improving stability and keeping your binding attached to the ski on your next tomahawk Tuesday.

    A Titanal shell running the entire length of the ski helped me generate power with any type of turn, which meant no second-guessing when the trees started to get a little tighter and the pitch a little steeper. The Ranger 108 TI advertises a 19-meter turn radius, but the light swing weight makes any turn a hell of a lot of fun. To finish a ski test feeling this dialed with a foreign shred object is a rare feeling, but one that shouldn’t be overlooked. After all, a ski is not a baseball mitt, it shouldn’t take a season to get the performance you want. —Kade Krichko

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-108-130

    Lengths

    174, 182, 188

    Radius

    19

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Fischer

    Ranger 108 TI

    $850.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    I was a little hesitant to hop on the Fischer Ranger 108 TI. Fischer has always had an impeccable race pedigree, but we were on the variable terrain of Big Sky.

    Honestly, the Fischer Ranger 108 TI made the whole transition easy. Like, really, really easy. Within a few runs I felt like I’d been skiing the Ranger 108 TI for a few seasons. There may not be any technical jargon for feeling ridiculously comfortable on a ski right out of the gate, but there’s certainly something to be said about it.

    The Ranger 108 TI features Fischer’s Aero Shape technology, which shaves nearly 50 percent of material off the sides of the ski by rounding the ski down to the edge and eliminating excess sidewall. While this leaves the ski looking impossibly—and even breakably—thin, the arced ski surface transfers power in and out of short turns by getting the ski on edge quicker.

    And the Ranger 108 TI doesn’t stop there. Fischer has milled pieces of its Titanal shell and polar and beach core, making the ski 25 percent lighter across the board. The Ranger 108 TI also slapped on a carbon fiber tip that tapers down the ski toward the binding, making for ridiculous swing weight in a ski this size.

    But at the end of the day, the Ranger 108 TI is still 100 percent Fischer, a family company that earned its stripes with performance. By cutting weight along the sides, the Ranger 108 TI can employ Titanal in the binding area, improving stability and keeping your binding attached to the ski on your next tomahawk Tuesday.

    A Titanal shell running the entire length of the ski helped me generate power with any type of turn, which meant no second-guessing when the trees started to get a little tighter and the pitch a little steeper. The Ranger 108 TI advertises a 19-meter turn radius, but the light swing weight makes any turn a hell of a lot of fun. To finish a ski test feeling this dialed with a foreign shred object is a rare feeling, but one that shouldn’t be overlooked. After all, a ski is not a baseball mitt, it shouldn’t take a season to get the performance you want. —Kade Krichko

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-108-130

    Lengths

    174, 182, 188

    Radius

    19

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Every Day Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Fischer

    Ranger 115

    $900.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    At 115 underfoot, the Fischer Ranger 115 is a smooth ride that shows its pedigree. Fischer’s Air Tec Ti wood core with sandwich sidewall construction makes the ski light and nimble, but doesn’t compromise on the stability of the ski.

    A bit of taper and rocker in the tail gives the skier more agility in deep turns, but carbon in the tip keeps the ski damp. The result is a ski stiff enough to feel powerful, but light enough to feel maneuverable. It has edge-to-edge strength to cut turns through sketchy crud, and a perfect ratio of rocker to camber to plane through fields of pow.

    The Fischer Ranger 115 is the ski you want in Alaska, or when you’re standing on top of a big, untracked bowl full of powder. If you’re looking for this kind of excellence in an everyday package, pick up the Ranger 108. The Ranger series made Fischer the dad-brand-turned-hip. Like how acid-wash mom jeans are en vogue in Brooklyn.

    And Fischer knows how to make skis. They are a legacy ski company founded in 1924 in Austria and one of the largest manufacturers of ski equipment in the world. Fischer is repeatedly on the podium of the World Cup and the Olympics. —Julie Brown

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    144-115-134

    Lengths

    178, 188, 196

    Radius

    20

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Powder Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Fischer

    Ranger 115 XTI

    $899.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The newest addition to Fischer’s potent lineup of freeride skis, Ranger 115 XTi will prove itself on the steepest terrain and on the deepest of days. A carbon fiber shovel and its Aeroshape profile keep the ski nimble and light, while a sheet of edge-to-edge titanal underfoot ensures stability at mach schnell!

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    144-115-134

    Lengths

    178, 188, 196cm

    Radius

    20m @ 188cm

    Weight

    2250g

    Features

    Carbon Nose ‰Û¢ AirTec Ti ‰Û¢ Edge to edge titanal underfoot ‰Û¢ Sandwich sidewall construction ‰Û¢ Aeroshape milled core

    Guide-year

    2018

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    Brand Catalog

  • Fischer

    RC4 Curv 130

    $700.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Fischer Curv 130 is a mid-volume, four-buckle alpine ski boot. Compared with the other boots in Fischer’s lineup, the Curv 130 is a middle-of-the-line frontside charger. Fischer also has a 140, 120, and 110 flexes in the Curv lineup as well as a 110 and 90 in a women’s fit.

    The boot fit comfortably straight out of the box. Fit is more important than a boot’s looks, but it is hard to ignore the blacked-out plastic with red flame buckles. The Curv 130 reminded me of the badass, stiff boots of the late ’90s. Thankfully, they don’t ski that way, with a 130 flex that is more forgiving than the rock-hard boots of two decades ago. The Curv 130 is stiff enough to handle a variety of conditions without compromising comfort. —Mike Rogge

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Flex

    130

    Last

    97

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Resort Boots of the Year

    Product-type

    ski boots

  • Fischer

    Rc Pro 130 Vacuum

    $849.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    The Active Fit Zone liner inside the new RC Pro 130 Vacuum boot incorporates different density materials, in specific areas of the foot. Denser materials in the spine and midfoot allow for strong heel-hold and precise power transmission. Softer materials in the forefoot and ankle pocket provide comfort and warmth. And with a Vacuum Fit adaptable shell, you’ve got all the ingredients to confidently drive whatever ski you want.

    Brand Description

    Fischer stands for designing and building innovative, inspired, high quality products that reflect our deep passion for the sport of skiing. As an independent company that has been under family ownership since it was founded in 1924, Fischer takes pride in being a reliable partner for our customers, our top athletes and employees.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Style Of Boot

    All Mountain

    Sizes

    25.5-30.5

    Features

    Vacuum Fit Technology • Active Fit Zone Liner • Power Chassis • Grip Sole

    Last

    95-105mm

    Flex

    130

    Weight

    2100g

  • Fischer

    Transalp Ts Pro

    $799.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    The Fischer TS Pro combines the bene ts of a Tech Compatible touring boot with the performance characteristics required by powerful skiers. With a lightweight, moldable Ultralon liner, Dynafit Inserts, and weight reducing shell design, skinning up steep terrain is comfy and efficient. Slap the walk mechanism down, tighten the beefy power strap, and drive your shins into the true 130 flex for downhill skiability rarely found in AT boots.

    Brand Description

    Fischer stands for designing and building innovative, inspired, high quality products that reflect our deep passion for the sport of skiing. As an independent company that has been under family ownership since it was founded in 1924, Fischer takes pride in being a reliable partner for our customers, our top athletes and employees.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    Fischer

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Style Of Boot

    Powder

    Sizes

    25.5-30.5

    Features

    Dynafit Inserts • Motion Support Liner • Ultralon Moldable Liner • Phatt Maxx Powerstrap

    Last

    102mm

    Flex

    130

    Weight

    1800g