Nordic Ski Fischer Rcs Skate Plus Stiff Ifp
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It is without a doubt the most famous ski in the Nordic environment for years. The RCS evolves over time has technologies directly from World Cup skiing, the Speedmax. Always a reference among skating skis it shines by its tolerance and its behavior on compact snow.
What are the characteristics of the Fischer RCS Skate Plus Stiff cross-country ski?
Always present, always popular, the RCS Skate Plus Stiff is undoubtedly the biggest success of the Austrian brand. Its characteristics of stability in skating and gliding in direct track make it a ski very accessible and always performing. Time has no hold on this model, which knows how to evolve with the technological variations of the now superior models. For this version, the novelty lies in the sole, with for the first time, the appearance of the Cold Base Bonding process. This technique for assembling the sole reduces the impact on its molecular structure, resulting in better wax adherence and more versatile gliding on snow changes. In terms of structure, we stay on the standards with the Air Core Carbon core, this honeycomb structure promotes the lightness of the ski while maintaining excellent lateral rigidity. The ski deforms less and offers a very good grip on the thrust. The higher and longer Stiff camber increases this effect and the ski is very comfortable on compact snow. The Plus sole, which is by far the most used at Fischer is suitable for snow above -5 ° C, quite standard conditions that offer very good versatility. Like the entire Fischer range, the RCS is a very affordable ski at the technical level, it lets the skier climb on its supports without rushing it, which facilitates the phases of gliding. The balance of the ski is also highlighted with the Hole tip, the rocking movement of the ski at the end of the thrust is clearly less present and facilitates the transition phase before the ski installation by eliminating the inertia of the movement. The IFP plates it is equipped with are made for Turnamic bindings, compatible with Prolink, NNN and Turnamic boot standards.
Caution! Fischer top-of-the-range skis are delivered pre-waxed in order to best protect the soles during transport. It is therefore normal that you find soles with paraffin and the ski must be scraped at home before the first use.
Who is the Fischer RCS Skate Plus Stiff cross-country ski intended for?
Ideal for technical progress, the RCS facilitates support and glide phases by its tolerant nature. It is a ski to approach skating in a regular way with the aim of finding good technical benchmarks. Its light structure and its top-of-the-range sole put in the best position to control the phases of gliding smoothly. It can be suitable for a large number of skiers who wish to pass a technical milestone and have a better feeling of their sensations.
What are the main qualities of the Fischer RCS Skate Plus Stiff cross-country ski?
Good on compacted snow
Glides on snow above -5°C
|Size Chart : Fischer RCS Skate Plus Stiff IFP|
|Ski Length||Skier's weight|
|176 cm||55 - 64 Kg|
|181 cm||60 - 74 Kg|
|186 cm||70 - 84 Kg|
|191 cm||75 - 90 Kg|
Technical data Nordic Ski Rcs Skate Plus Stiff Ifp
Structure - ConstructionCold Base BondingHole Ski TipAir Core CarbonIFP - Integrated Fixation PlateWorld Cup Plus BaseDTG World Cup PlusPrecision Pairing SystemPrewaxedFinish First
Weight of the pair in grams
1090 grammes en taille 186