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Speedmax Plus Skate Ski Stiff, 177cm

Like a cheetah that's been lit on fire, the Fischer Speedmax Plus Skate Ski has one thing on its mind: speed. In fact, it's probably even more single-minded than the flaming cheetah, which is presumably also thinking about extinguishing its smoldering tail. The Speedmax has never been near flames--it was raised in an icy Austrian laboratory, where it was given a cold-bonded base in a heat- and pressure-free process which preserves the molecular structure of the base for better wax absorption and glide, giving you a smooth, lightning-quick ride in all conditions. That said, the Speedmax is most at home in compact to soft snow, thanks to a pre-waxed DTG World Cup Plus base structure that's coarser, deeper, and designed to excel in slightly warm and moist conditions. Computers control the entire ski-shaping process, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. As all cheetahs know, weight savings are key when it comes to increasing top-end speed, and the Speedmax abides by the same principles. It's made with a lightweight Air Core reinforced with highly molecular (really strong and light, pretty much) carbon fiber, and a multiaxial carbon laminate that gives the ski a stiff flex with a load of rebound energy and torsional stiffness, so none of the energy you put into it is wasted. To further lighten the load, Fischer cut out the tip of the Speedmax, reducing swing weight and encouraging a quicker ski return for easier, faster strides with less tip drag. A World Cup sidecut keeps the ski tracking in the direction of your forward momentum and ensures maxiumum stability and energy savings, so if you ever do meet a cheetah on the track, you can whoop him in an endurance race.

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Off-Track 3 Backcountry Ski Boots

Lightweight, stable backcountry boots for the skier who likes to go off-trail and do some exploring in the woods. They're a great match for touring backcountry skis like the Fischer Spider 62 and Outback 68. NNN BC sole provides torsional stiffness and greater contact with the binding, allowing...

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Motive 86 Skis 2014 - 182

Don't let snow conditions dictate where you can and can't go with the Fischer Motive 86 Skis. The Air Carbon TI 0.5 laminated wood core provides excellent torsional rigidity and stiffness for staying extremely stable while charging hard. All-Mountain Rocker allows you to float over powder and crud while still being able to hold a strong edge on hardpack. Ski hard and ride any type of snow on the Motive 86 skis from Fischer.

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Speedmax Plus Skate Ski Medium, 172cm

Like a cheetah that's been lit on fire, the Fischer Speedmax Plus Skate Ski has one thing on its mind: speed. In fact, it's probably even more single-minded than the flaming cheetah, which is presumably also thinking about extinguishing its smoldering tail. The Speedmax has never been near flames--it was raised in an icy Austrian laboratory, where it was given a cold-bonded base in a heat- and pressure-free process which preserves the molecular structure of the base for better wax absorption and glide, giving you a smooth, lightning-quick ride in all conditions. That said, the Speedmax is most at home in compact to soft snow, thanks to a pre-waxed DTG World Cup Plus base structure that's coarser, deeper, and designed to excel in slightly warm and moist conditions. Computers control the entire ski-shaping process, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. As all cheetahs know, weight savings are key when it comes to increasing top-end speed, and the Speedmax abides by the same principles. It's made with a lightweight Air Core reinforced with highly molecular (really strong and light, pretty much) carbon fiber, and a multiaxial carbon laminate that gives the ski a stiff flex with a load of rebound energy and torsional stiffness, so none of the energy you put into it is wasted. To further lighten the load, Fischer cut out the tip of the Speedmax, reducing swing weight and encouraging a quicker ski return for easier, faster strides with less tip drag. A World Cup sidecut keeps the ski tracking in the direction of your forward momentum and ensures maxiumum stability and energy savings, so if you ever do meet a cheetah on the track, you can whoop him in an endurance race.

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Backcountry.com
$750.00 See It
Motive 86 Skis 2014 - 168

Don't let snow conditions dictate where you can and can't go with the Fischer Motive 86 Skis. The Air Carbon TI 0.5 laminated wood core provides excellent torsional rigidity and stiffness for staying extremely stable while charging hard. All-Mountain Rocker allows you to float over powder and crud while still being able to hold a strong edge on hardpack. Ski hard and ride any type of snow on the Motive 86 skis from Fischer.

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evo
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Speedmax Plus Skate Ski Medium, 192cm

Like a cheetah that's been lit on fire, the Fischer Speedmax Plus Skate Ski has one thing on its mind: speed. In fact, it's probably even more single-minded than the flaming cheetah, which is presumably also thinking about extinguishing its smoldering tail. The Speedmax has never been near flames--it was raised in an icy Austrian laboratory, where it was given a cold-bonded base in a heat- and pressure-free process which preserves the molecular structure of the base for better wax absorption and glide, giving you a smooth, lightning-quick ride in all conditions. That said, the Speedmax is most at home in compact to soft snow, thanks to a pre-waxed DTG World Cup Plus base structure that's coarser, deeper, and designed to excel in slightly warm and moist conditions. Computers control the entire ski-shaping process, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. As all cheetahs know, weight savings are key when it comes to increasing top-end speed, and the Speedmax abides by the same principles. It's made with a lightweight Air Core reinforced with highly molecular (really strong and light, pretty much) carbon fiber, and a multiaxial carbon laminate that gives the ski a stiff flex with a load of rebound energy and torsional stiffness, so none of the energy you put into it is wasted. To further lighten the load, Fischer cut out the tip of the Speedmax, reducing swing weight and encouraging a quicker ski return for easier, faster strides with less tip drag. A World Cup sidecut keeps the ski tracking in the direction of your forward momentum and ensures maxiumum stability and energy savings, so if you ever do meet a cheetah on the track, you can whoop him in an endurance race.

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Backcountry.com
$750.00 See It
Speedmax Plus Skate Ski Medium, 177cm

Like a cheetah that's been lit on fire, the Fischer Speedmax Plus Skate Ski has one thing on its mind: speed. In fact, it's probably even more single-minded than the flaming cheetah, which is presumably also thinking about extinguishing its smoldering tail. The Speedmax has never been near flames--it was raised in an icy Austrian laboratory, where it was given a cold-bonded base in a heat- and pressure-free process which preserves the molecular structure of the base for better wax absorption and glide, giving you a smooth, lightning-quick ride in all conditions. That said, the Speedmax is most at home in compact to soft snow, thanks to a pre-waxed DTG World Cup Plus base structure that's coarser, deeper, and designed to excel in slightly warm and moist conditions. Computers control the entire ski-shaping process, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. As all cheetahs know, weight savings are key when it comes to increasing top-end speed, and the Speedmax abides by the same principles. It's made with a lightweight Air Core reinforced with highly molecular (really strong and light, pretty much) carbon fiber, and a multiaxial carbon laminate that gives the ski a stiff flex with a load of rebound energy and torsional stiffness, so none of the energy you put into it is wasted. To further lighten the load, Fischer cut out the tip of the Speedmax, reducing swing weight and encouraging a quicker ski return for easier, faster strides with less tip drag. A World Cup sidecut keeps the ski tracking in the direction of your forward momentum and ensures maxiumum stability and energy savings, so if you ever do meet a cheetah on the track, you can whoop him in an endurance race.

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Backcountry.com
$750.00 See It
Women's Fischer My Style Touring Ski Boot

Built with comfort and performance in mind, Fischer My Style Touring Boots are constructed on a woman's last for optimal fit. Twin Skin concept features inner boot liner for secure hold and an outer boot for protection against the wet and cold. Thinsulate and fleece liner provides more warmth...

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L.L.Bean
$109.00 See It
Sc Classic Skis

These skis are designed to help classic-style skiers who are getting into racing or fitness skating achieve their best performance. The traditional javelin sidecut (41-44-44) helps the skis stay easily in-track and glide smoothly with minimal drag. The precision-tuned core, made of air-channeled...

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L.L.Bean
$189.00 See It
Sc Nis Skatecut Skis

These skis are designed to help skate skiers who are getting into racing or fitness skating achieve their best performance. The SkateCut ski, with a slight hourglass shape at the forebody and tail, distributes pressure more evenly along the entire edge for a balanced push off and optimal glide....

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L.L.Bean
$189.00 See It
Motive 86 Skis 2014 - 175

Don't let snow conditions dictate where you can and can't go with the Fischer Motive 86 Skis. The Air Carbon TI 0.5 laminated wood core provides excellent torsional rigidity and stiffness for staying extremely stable while charging hard. All-Mountain Rocker allows you to float over powder and crud while still being able to hold a strong edge on hardpack. Ski hard and ride any type of snow on the Motive 86 skis from Fischer.

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evo
$479.90 See It
Speedmax Plus Skate Ski Medium, 182cm

Like a cheetah that's been lit on fire, the Fischer Speedmax Plus Skate Ski has one thing on its mind: speed. In fact, it's probably even more single-minded than the flaming cheetah, which is presumably also thinking about extinguishing its smoldering tail. The Speedmax has never been near flames--it was raised in an icy Austrian laboratory, where it was given a cold-bonded base in a heat- and pressure-free process which preserves the molecular structure of the base for better wax absorption and glide, giving you a smooth, lightning-quick ride in all conditions. That said, the Speedmax is most at home in compact to soft snow, thanks to a pre-waxed DTG World Cup Plus base structure that's coarser, deeper, and designed to excel in slightly warm and moist conditions. Computers control the entire ski-shaping process, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. As all cheetahs know, weight savings are key when it comes to increasing top-end speed, and the Speedmax abides by the same principles. It's made with a lightweight Air Core reinforced with highly molecular (really strong and light, pretty much) carbon fiber, and a multiaxial carbon laminate that gives the ski a stiff flex with a load of rebound energy and torsional stiffness, so none of the energy you put into it is wasted. To further lighten the load, Fischer cut out the tip of the Speedmax, reducing swing weight and encouraging a quicker ski return for easier, faster strides with less tip drag. A World Cup sidecut keeps the ski tracking in the direction of your forward momentum and ensures maxiumum stability and energy savings, so if you ever do meet a cheetah on the track, you can whoop him in an endurance race.

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Backcountry.com
$750.00 See It
Adventure 60 Nis Touring Skis

These Nordic touring skis are ideal for beginner and intermediate skiers looking for lightweight skis that offer excellent maneuverability and control. Designed for both in-track and out-of-track skiing, the waxless Adventure skis feature an air channel wood core and a sintered base in case you...

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L.L.Bean
$229.00 See It
Motive 86 Skis 2014 - 161

Don't let snow conditions dictate where you can and can't go with the Fischer Motive 86 Skis. The Air Carbon TI 0.5 laminated wood core provides excellent torsional rigidity and stiffness for staying extremely stable while charging hard. All-Mountain Rocker allows you to float over powder and crud while still being able to hold a strong edge on hardpack. Ski hard and ride any type of snow on the Motive 86 skis from Fischer.

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evo
$479.90 See It
Watea 84 Skis 2014 - 176

Make the mountain yours with the Fischer Watea 84 Skis. The 84 mm waist width paired with Freeski Rocker makes the Watea perform in any type of snow - from freshly fallen fluff to crusty east coast ice. Featuring a Sandwich Sidewall Construction with Fiber Tech, the Watea 84 skis are so extremely durable, stable and responsive, you'll be yelling "Watea wanna hit next?!" all day long.

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Outback 68 Backcountry Skis

These backcountry skis are made for the adventurous skier who wants to break his own trail. They're excellent for daylong backcountry tours or for multiday winter backpacking trips. Full metal edges allow outstanding control on descents. Mid-length design provides more control and better...

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L.L.Bean
$269.00 See It
RCS Skate Cold Ski Med, 172cm

Fischer athletes have been stacking up Olympic and World Cup medals on the RCS Skate Ski for over 20 years, making it perhaps the most storied skate ski in history. While it's been replaced at the top of Fischer's line in recent years by the Speedmax and Carbonlite, it's still a high-performance skating machine, with a lightweight Air Core that's reinforced with carbon fiber and given added torsional stability by Power Edge construction, letting you turn every ounce of energy output into track-gobbling speed. The RCS Cold has a DTG World Cup Cold base that's ground to excel in average to soft conditions, thanks to a fine structure that glides over cold snow, and Skating 610 camber that distributes weight evenly, relieving pressure at the tip and tail to eliminate stickiness and hang-ups. The RCS's World Cup Skating sidecut keeps you flying forward, rather than wasting energy moving side to side, and tracks exceptionally well to provide a stable, easy platform. Fischer also gave the RCS an ultralight carbon laminate in the tip and tail to reduce swing weight, increase maneuverability, and help eliminate tip drag, so you can efficiently transition from stride to stride with no hang-ups, and like all of their top end skis, built the RCS using Computer Flex Control, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. They've even given them an infrared factory wax, so all you have to do before hitting the trail to get your Bill Koch on is give your bases a quick brush.

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Backcountry.com
$475.00 See It
Women's Fischer Off-Track 3 My Style Backcountry Ski Boots

Lightweight, stable backcountry boots for the skier who likes to go off-trail and do some exploring in the woods. They go well with touring backcountry skis like the Fischer Spider 62 and Outback 68. Built specifically to fit the narrower heel of a woman's foot. NNN BC sole provides torsional...

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L.L.Bean
$139.00 See It
RCS Skate Plus Ski Med, 182cm

Fischer won the World Cup and World Biathlon title in 1990 with one of the original RCS skate skis, and they've been stacking up medals and championships every since. While the RCS has been replaced at the top of Fischer's line in recent years by the Speedmax and Carbonlite, it's still a high-performance racing machine, with a lightweight Air Core that's reinforced with carbon fiber and given added torsional stability by Power Edge construction, letting you turn every ounce of energy output into track-gobbling speed. The RCS has a DTG World Cup Plus base that's ground to excel in average to soft conditions, thanks to a slightly deeper and coarser structure that glides over wetter snow, and Skating 610 camber that distributes weight evenly, relieving pressure at the tip and tail to eliminate stickiness in soft snow. The World Cup Skating sidecut keeps you flying forward, rather than wasting energy moving side to side, and tracks exceptionally well to provide a stable, easy platform. Fischer also gave the RCS an ultralight carbon laminate in the tip and tail to reduce swing weight, increase maneuverability, and help eliminate tip drag, so you can efficiently transition from stride to stride with no hang-ups, and like all of their top end skis, built the RCS using Computer Flex Control, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. They've even given them an infrared factory wax, so all you have to do before hitting the trail is give your bases a quick brush.

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Backcountry.com
$475.00 See It
RCS Skate Plus Ski Med, 187cm

Fischer won the World Cup and World Biathlon title in 1990 with one of the original RCS skate skis, and they've been stacking up medals and championships every since. While the RCS has been replaced at the top of Fischer's line in recent years by the Speedmax and Carbonlite, it's still a high-performance racing machine, with a lightweight Air Core that's reinforced with carbon fiber and given added torsional stability by Power Edge construction, letting you turn every ounce of energy output into track-gobbling speed. The RCS has a DTG World Cup Plus base that's ground to excel in average to soft conditions, thanks to a slightly deeper and coarser structure that glides over wetter snow, and Skating 610 camber that distributes weight evenly, relieving pressure at the tip and tail to eliminate stickiness in soft snow. The World Cup Skating sidecut keeps you flying forward, rather than wasting energy moving side to side, and tracks exceptionally well to provide a stable, easy platform. Fischer also gave the RCS an ultralight carbon laminate in the tip and tail to reduce swing weight, increase maneuverability, and help eliminate tip drag, so you can efficiently transition from stride to stride with no hang-ups, and like all of their top end skis, built the RCS using Computer Flex Control, ensuring that every board has an identical flex and camber profile. They've even given them an infrared factory wax, so all you have to do before hitting the trail is give your bases a quick brush.

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Backcountry.com
$475.00 See It
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