Boasting the same basic design as the Speedmax Skate Plus, it the manufacturing process which sets Carbonlite apart, its base is not cold welded like the that of the Speedmax. But make no mistake, the Carbonlite is still one of the best skis in the world.
What are the characteristics of the Fischer Carbonate Skate H-Plus?
Equipped with the Plus base, the most versatile in the Fischer range, the Carbonlite Skate Plus boasts and exceptional glide. Stable when skating, this cross-country ski is also perfectly balanced. Its hollow tip allows for an effective burst of the ski when skating therefore permitting a total commitment on the opposite ski. The ski's carbon ends provide for excellent grip during the lateral thrusts. It is the perfect combination of aggression, lightness and stability.
Who is the Fischer Carbonlite Skate H-Plus for?
Experienced skiers looking for a pointed and versatile ski which has the ability to bring about technical improvement. Its versatile base means that it can be used in the majority of snow conditions, an compelling advantage when it comes to long distance races. Probably the world's top-selling high-end ski, the Fischer Carbonlite Skate H-Plus is a safe and cheaper alternative to the Speedmax. It is one of the best choices for an excellent glide, and that's without mentioning its performance that is both smooth on the camber and aggressive on the thrust.
What are the main benefits of the Fischer Carbonlite Skate H-Plus cross-country ski?
A versatile glide
Aggressive when skating