If you like double poling, you’re in the right place. This ski likes to glide with the strength of your arms, no kick propulsion is possible with it. This new and fresh design follows the trends of the classic technique, the Speedmax Double Poling sticks to skier’s evolution.
What are the specifications of the Fischer Speedmax Classic Double Poling cross-country ski?
Technically speaking, the ski is a combination of a skate ski camber with the geometry of a classic ski. The goal with this is to deliver the liveliness, the power and the rebound of a skate camber to help you go further with your poles and gain motion and speed. And if you wonder why it is a classic ski length, it’s only because the rules have changed. From this season, double poling with skate skis on classic races are forbidden. Techniques evolve and racers seek the ultimate efficiency. If double poling is their strength, then they’ll go for it.
Who is the Fischer Speedmax Classic Double Poling cross-country ski designed for?
Right, let’s get this straight. This is not a ski for everybody. It’s a ski for a minority of skiers actually, skiers able to push on their arms several miles in a row. An elitist product that we are happy to offer. Like all Speedmax skis, the Double Poling comes with a gorgeous finish and high-end features. We can’t wait to see what you guys are going to think of it. In Scandinavia, double poling is really popular. It is also an excellent way to work out and exercise sheathing even if it may feel a little tough during the first sessions. Once you master the technique, double poling feels truly satisfying and could very well turn into a sport of its own.
What are the main assets of the Fischer Speedmax Classic Double Poling cross-country ski?
|Specs Nordic Ski Fischer Speedmax Classic Double Poling|
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• Race Expert
Structure - Construction
• World Cup Plus Base
• Cold Base Bonding
• Carbon Pro Tip & Tail
• Classic 902
• DTG World Cup Plus
• Precision Pairing System
• Fischer Carbon Fibre
• Air Core HM Carbon
• Race Code
• Finish First
Weight of the pair in grams
1030g en taille 197cm
Air Core combined with macromolecular carbon fibers.
3D-Classic tips made of carbon. Weight reduction allows optimal push.
Construction of a race ski deliver optimal energy transfers. Universal use and on wet snow.
Deeper and coarser Plus structure, ideal for warm and moist conditions. Produced using natural diamond.
The finishing touch now comes from Finish First: the term that covers and unites all the individual technological steps in the course of the final treatment of the base.
Multiaxial T300 1K carbon fibre for ski tip, ski tail and as laminate. Extremely tough and minimum weight.
The next generation in ski pairing: fully automatic dynamic measurements of a multitude of pairing criteria ensures precise ski choice and optimised pairing.
Infrared preparation of the base with hot fluorinated wax. Great glide properties, protects from dirt and oxydation. Powered by Swix.
From the trainer and the coaches to the engineers at Fischer who make every effort to develop the perfect set-up. With technologies that are tuned to each other in the ski, boot, binding and pole. Because victory is a question of perfect details. Now featuring the new RACE CODE label of quality, guaranteeing the technological lead for professionals and other ambitious skiers, direct from Fischer's racing department.
World Cup Plus Base for conditions between +5 and -5°C
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Product reference : H17FISCSKI002
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