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The is a safe bet if you look for a reliable skin ski. The Twin Skin Race returns for a third season on the snow and carries the same construction that has already made a countless skiers happy.
What are the specifications of the Fischer Twin Skin Race Soft/Medium IFP cross-country ski?
The sidecuts are exactly the same as those of Fischer Race skis: the Speedmax and the Carbonlite. The idea was to emphasise the glide of the skis by reducing friction in the tracks. The structure is slightly different though. You won’t find any carbon in that ski. Basalite was used instead to reinforce the honeycomb core. This gives the ski a softer and smoother character, less aggressive than the Twin Skin Carbon. It’s easier to get the ski to grip. The Soft Medium Camber is best suited for small or light skiers with a weaker technique. The Twin Skin System is basically two thin strips of skin that give the ski an excellent glide/grip ratio because the grip zone is short and favours the glide. The other new thing is the IFP plate, only compatible with the new Turnamic bindings. Don’t worry, these bindings are still compatible with the NNN and Prolink boots.
Who is the Fischer Twin Skin Race Soft/Medium IFP ski designed for?
Don’t be fooled by its name. Race is not what defines it best as it comes with a pretty different construction. The Twin Skin Race is an excellent training ski for long sessions. The soft camber makes it easy to manage for less experienced skiers and we thoroughly recommend it whatever your style is.
What are the main assets of the Fischer Twin Skin Race Soft/Medium IFP ski?
Soft and flexy camber