This is Fischer race beast, the ski that you can see the most in Cross-country World Cups, Biathlon and Nordic combined events. It is loaded with performance and returns for 2018 with a new look and a new mission, end on PeyongChang Olympics podium. Technically, the ski features the same construction but comes with a new system for the bindings, the IFP plate. This system is designed to work with Fischer new bindings, the Turnamic. Turnamic bindings are compatible with the boot standards NNN, Prolink and Turnamic.
What are the specifications of the Fischer Speedmax Skate Plus Stiff IFP ski?
It is a top-shelf ski utilised by most athletes around the world and it is understandable when you realise the amount of performance it delivers. Featuring the Plus base which is the most versatile base Fischer has ever made, the ski excels in the most frequent conditions (between -5°C and 2°C). The cold-bonding manufacturing process keeps the molecular structure intact and gives the ski a more consistent glide on variable conditions. The fibreglass-reinforced honeycomb core coupled with the carbon tips gives the ski a smooth character during glide phase while offering an enjoyable aggressivity when you kick. It is a subtle mix of stability and liveliness that makes this ski so good. The Stiff camber is the stiffest available in Fischer lineup and provides powerful propulsions without making the ski too difficult to manage. Indeed, the Speedmax remains accessible to most skiers despite the performance it can deliver.
Who is the Fischer Speedmax Skate Plus Stiff IFP skate ski designed for?
Designed with performance in mind, the ski is suited for experienced skiers or racers. Stable and lively, the light construction also makes the ski effortless to manage and easier to ski than most other skis of its category. If you want high performance wrapped with comfort, you should definitely get your hands on it.
What are the main assets of the Fischer Speedmax Skate Plus Stiff IFP ski?