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This is probably one of the most notorious cross-country ski ever made. The RCS Skate is a standard in the industry and it returns for 2018 with a few upgrades keeping it at the head of the market. Another change is the IFP plate only compatible with the new Turnamic bindings.
What are the specifications of the Fischer RCS Skate Plus Medium IFP cross-country ski?
Just like the name says, the ski comes with a Medium camber and it’s important as it directly impacts the personality of the ski. This type of camber works either with soft snow conditions or with small and light skiers who need a ski that’s easy to manage. If you belong to the latter category (women included), if you look for a versatile and confidence-inspiring ski, then the RCS Skate is for you. It carries the same high-end base as the one featured on the Carbonlite and Speedmax skis which ensures a high performance glide. The Plus base is highly versatile as it excels on “classic” snow (between -5°C and 2°C). The ski features no carbon in the tips which gives it a smoother and softer character. It doesn’t feel as aggressive on hard snow but it makes it easier to manage. The honeycomb core helps saving weight without compromising torsional stiffness and enhances the grip when skating. Finally, the new IFP plate only works with the new Turnamic bindings. However, these bindings are still compatible with multiple boot standards including NNN, Prolink and of course Turnamic.
Who is the Fischer RCS Skate PLus Medium IFP ski designed for?
We selected this ski with women skiers in mind because not every women can handle a stiff camber. Level-wise, the ski remains fairly easy to manage and it is suitable for most skiers. It is the do-it-all skate ski, it offers a versatile glide, a good stability and a soft camber. The winning combination for all day fun.
What are the main assets of the Fischer RCS Skate Plus Medium IFP ski?
Suited for small or light skiers